The University of Utah Interim Travel Safety and Insurance Rule (2016) requires all University travelers to enroll in University of Utah Group International Health Insurance Coverage.
University of Utah international insurance coverage is provided by Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI) and contains (4) principal elements:
- CISI Health Insurance for travelers (Accident and Sickness)
- Team Assist (AXA) 24/7 Traveler Assistance (Medical, Travel and Technical)
- Emergency Medical and Security Evacuation
- International Travel Health and Safety Intelligence
Review the information below for detailed information about each component
University of Utah travelers can review the following documents for common questions regarding insurance policy coverage, benefits and claims.
University of Utah travelers have 24/7 access to medical, security and travel assistance provided though Team Assist (AXA). Team Assist representatives can be reached by phone or email at any time in order to provide emergency assistance or support.
After registering their international travel, University of Utah student travelers are provided instructions for self-enrollment in University coverage. Students pay charges for insurance coverage and travel support at the time of their self-enrollment.
- Student rates are calculated weekly for the travel up to 3 weeks in length
- Student rates are calculated monthly for travel longer than 21 days
|University of Utah International Insurance Enrollment Charges|
|Enrollment Dates||Rate Calculation||Charges|
|1-7 days||Weekly Rate ($10)||$10.00|
|8-14 days||Weekly Rate||$20.00|
|15-21 days||Weekly Rate||$30.00|
|22-35 days||Monthly Rate ($39.25)||$39.25|
|36-65 days||Monthly Rate||$78.50|
|66+ days||Monthly Rate||$39.25 per month|
Real-time Medical and Security travel information is available to all University of Utah travelers.
The University partners with iJET to provide country- and region-specific travel destination intelligence. Please contact the Global Risk Manager for information about accessing the University of Utah iJET travel intelligence Portal.
Questions? Contact the Global Risk Manager.