Students and their dependents have access to a low cost, voluntary group medical-surgical hospital insurance plan. Applications are available at the Student Health & Wellness Center or online at the Student Insurance Agency.Check each site to confirm enrollment requirements (how many units you must be taking to be eligible), payment options (per semester, per year) and cost to enroll for yourself (different price for different ages) and for your dependents (if any). You must be on the plan yourself to be eligible to enroll your dependents.
Health center staff can determine students' eligibility and enroll students in Family PACT, a program that offers free reproductive health care (lab testing, medications). They also help students apply for other state insurance programs, including Medi-Cal and Healthy Families.
Strapped for cash? You might qualify for Financial Aid that pays for tuition, or for one of many scholarships available to COC students. Find out by visiting the Financial Aid website.