International Admissions

Health

It is advisable that you have medical and dental examinations before you leave home, as the cost of medical care in the U.S. is very expensive. Also bring with you copies of your medical records and prescriptions for authorized prescriptions written in English.

Health Insurance

The United States does not have a national healthcare system, and the cost of medical care can be catastrophic. A few days in the hospital, for example, can add up to thousands of dollars. To protect yourself from financial hardship in the event you become ill or injured, you must maintain insurance through the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System Student Health Plan.

  1. Purchase health insurance before registering for classes.
  2. Renew this insurance policy prior to fall registration (occurring in early April).

How much does it cost?

Approximately $1,197 for the academic year 2014-2015. Rates may vary for exchange students not seeking a degree. Please check your welcome packet for more details.

How do you get it?

Contact our cashier in the St. Cloud State University Administrative Services Building. Or mail your payment to:
Cashier’s Office
St. Cloud State University
720 4th Ave S, AS 123
St. Cloud, MN  56301
When mailing payment, please include your first and last name, as well as your student I.D. number or Social Security number. Do not send cash.