Health Insurance Information Health care is very expensive in the United states. That is why all GVSU international students are required to have health insurance to cover major medical expenses during their stay in the United States.
The rate is: $1430.64 per year. It will be broken into three equal payments of $476.88 to be due near the beginning of Fall, Winter and Spring/Summer semesters
You will be charged for the Health Insurance through the Padnos International Center. To apply for a waiver of the mandatory insurance, please visit: Ascension's website
Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required by Grand Valley; however, vaccinations for measles, mumps, rubella, polio and tuberculosis are recommended. No proof is required. If you are bringing any prescription drugs to the United States, you must bring an English translation of the prescription with them. In case any prescriptions are needed while you are here, MetroHealth at the Campus Health Center can assist you.
Medical Attention: Grand Valley offers medical services through the MetroHealth Center. Students needing urgent medical attention should visit one of the area hospitals, which include Spectrum Health, Mary Free Bed, Metro Health, Helen DeVos Childrens Hospital, Butterworth Hospital and Saint Marys Health Center. In case of an emergency in the United States, dial 911.