If you have a graduate employee appointment, contact the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation (GTFF) at 541-344-0832 to determine if you are eligible for the PacificSource - GTFF Plan.
If you are an international student on the PacificSource – GTFF Plan you still must submit a waiver request form (step-by-step instructions available) prior to the published deadlines. You can do so through myUOHealth, under the “Forms” tab.
Don't forget to register your PacificSource – GTFF Plan with the University Health Center to ensure seamless access to care. Do this by bringing a copy of your insurance card to the insurance liaison desk on the first floor of the health center.
University Health Center is able to directly bill the PacificSource – GTFF Plan. In addition, your medical deductible does not apply when you access care at UHC.
Study Abroad Students
The UO Student Health Benefits Plan includes medical evacuation and repatriation benefits required for study abroad programs. The benefits are included with the PacificSource Global Emergency Services program. You can enroll in the UO Student Health Benefits Plan through myUOHealth.
International students who are studying abroad are still subject to the university’s insurance requirement.
If you have other health insurance, remember to contact your insurance company directly to determine coverage while you travel.
If you are on the UO Student Health Benefits Plan and your study abroad program requires insurance verification, please send a request to the insurance coordinator through myUOHealth.
Visiting scholars are not eligible to purchase the UO health insurance plan. However, there are several short term plans available commercially. The University of Oregon does not endorse any plan or program. The links below are informational only. Individuals are encouraged to make their own assessment of their healthcare needs and make an independent decision.
Graduating Students and Alumni
The UO Alumni Association partners with the Alumni Insurance Program to offer a wide variety of plans, whether you're a recent graduate, settled down with a family and career, or ready to enjoy retirement.