Students who are enrolled half-time or more on the Lacey campus are required to have health insurance coverage. Student who carry their own insurance coverage may submit a petition to waiver the Saint Martin's health insurance fee. Waivers are good for the academic year provided that the coverage listed has not changed.

Domestic student health insurance plan - 2021/2022

All domestic students enrolled on the Lacey campus half-time or more are required to have medical insurance coverage. If a student has their own health insurance coverage they may waive out of the health insurance fee.

Summary of Benefits

Plan costs and coverage dates for 2020/2021

Coverage8/31/2021 - 1/9/20221/10/2021 - 8/30/20225/16/2022 - 8/30/2022
Waiver deadline9/20/20211/31/2022 
Student only$1,213*$2,135*$985*
*Includes $10 administrative fee


Students who have their own coverage must submit an online waiver form directly to the University's health insurance provider by the first day of the semester. If the waiver is accepted, the insurance charge will be removed from the student's account within approximately three business days. If the waiver is denied, the student will have the opportunity to appeal the request directly online.

**The online waiver portal opens up early July each year for the upcoming school year.

Domestic health insurance waiver form »

International student health insurance plan

Saint Martin’s University is pleased to inform you of a new international student health insurance provider for the 2022-23 academic year. More details to come in July 2022! Firebird insurance coverage will end August 28, 2022.

Plan costs and coverage dates

SemesterEligible student
8/30/2021 - 1/9/2022
5/17/2022 - 8/29/2022

*Includes $10 administrative fee


All international students at Saint Martin’s must purchase insurance through the university from Firebird International Insurance Group, LLC.  Exceptions to this requirement will be made only for visiting exchange students (provided their insurance meets all J1 visa insurance requirements), and students sponsored by scholarships which include insurance coverage.  Any exceptions must first be approved by the Office of International Programs and Development.