Student Coverage That
Passes The Test
Get ready to ace your health care. With the Student Blue plan, you'll:
- Pay nothing for preventive care
- Score savings like fitness reimbursements and more
Don't overlook a single benefit: sign in to My Blue or create an account today to explore all the features.
BOOST YOUR ENERGY AND YOUR SAVINGS
Because what hurts isn’t always Physical
Nothing should stand between you and your mental health, whether it's emotional, physical, or your social well-being. We'll help you access the resources you need for conditions like these:
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Depressive and mood disorders
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Substance use disorder
You may be able to stay on your parents' health plan until age 26. Many students enroll in Student Blue even though they could stay on their parents' plan because Student Blue offers:
- Affordable health insurance
- Comprehensive benefits
- Coverage even when you're outside your home state
If you aren't a member yet and have questions, your school can help you.
Call us at the number on the front of your Blue Cross card.
Please contact your school or administrator.
If you need urgent or emergency care outside of our service area, go to the nearest health care facility. Call Member Service at the number on the front of your ID card during the next possible business day.
If you need routine care (checkups, vaccinations, etc.) when traveling, check with Member Service before making your appointment.
While your plan covers most types of treatment, there may be some exceptions based on the specifics of your plan. Some services and items your doctor recommends may not be covered by your plan. Be sure to read your subscriber certificate carefully to find out what is covered and what may be excluded.
If you have a condition that requires prompt treatment, but can wait for the time it takes to contact your doctor for direction, this is considered urgently needed care. Examples conditions that may need urgent care are:
- Sprained ankle
You may need emergency care because of the sudden onset of a condition with acute symptoms, including severe pain, which are acute enough that the lack of prompt medical attention could reasonably be expected to place your health in serious jeopardy. Examples of conditions that may need emergency care are:
- Suspected heart attack
- Loss of consciousness
- Suicide attempt
If you need emergency care, go to the nearest medical facility or call 911 (or your local emergency number).
Create an account or Sign in to MyBlue to review your summary of benefits or check your benefit materials. (In most cases, this is called either the Member Handbook, Subscriber Certificate, or Summary Plan Description.)
If you have any questions, please call Member Service at the number on the front of your Blue Cross ID card.