While UW offers a range of health plan options, choosing what works best for you and your family can be complicated. But don't worry, you've got a lot of resources to help you choose. Start here, compare your options, and enroll.
See your medical and dental plan options.
Compare medical plan costs, networks, and coverage.
Change your existing plan either during open enrollment or when a life event occurs.
Add or remove a child, spouse, or partner from your health insurance during open enrollment or due to a qualified life event.
If you're enrolled in other comprehensive group health insurance, you can waive the coverage provided by UW.
Eligibility requirements for health insurance and other state-provided benefits.
Find health insurance options that are available for people who are not eligible for one of the University's health insurance programs.
You must pay an extra fee if you or a dependent uses tobacco or if you add a dependent who has declined other health coverage.
The Federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires employer‐sponsored medical and dental costs to be reported on employee tax forms. Find out how report these details.
Pay to continue your health insurance when your employment ends or you lose benefits eligibility.
Academic student employees (ASEs) receive health insurance through the Graduate Appointee Insurance Program (GAIP).