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Maricopa Community Colleges
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About the Student Accident Plan

This plan is provided without charge to all students of the Maricopa Community Colleges.

The following is a brief summary of our student insurance plans. The master policies contain complete details of the provisions, limitations, and exclusions and will prevail at all times.

Education is expensive – and so are accidents. To protect students against the financial burden of medical expenses resulting from an accident, the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) provides its students with Student Accident Insurance. Every MCCCD student is automatically insured and the cost for the insurance is covered in the student-activity fee.

  • Coverage applies only to College-related accidents.
  • Coverage applies to students registered in day or evening classes and who are enrolled in an approved credit or non-credit class at any of the Maricopa Community Colleges.
  • Description of coverage:
    This plan covers accidents on an excess insurance basis occurring only while the eligible student is:
  1. Attending class during the hours when college is in session;
  2. Traveling for regular class sessions, directly to or from home and college other than by motorized vehicle but not longer than one hour before class commences or one hour after class is dismissed or for the time required when traveling in a vehicle authorized and furnished by the college. No coverage is provided for any motorized vehicle not supervised and provided by the College/MCCCD;
  3. Participating in or attending an activity exclusively sponsored, calendared and supervised by the College; traveling to and from the activity in an authorized vehicle.

This plan also covers children of properly enrolled and registered students and staff members of the College while they are authorized to use, and only while they are using, the officially designated childcare facility on or off campus.

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In the event of an injury:

  1. Immediately report the Accident to an instructor, coach or trainer. All Injuries must be reported to a College authority within 72 hours of the Accident. An Accident repor tis necessary to substantiate the insurance claim. Do not delay in reporting.
  2. First medical treatment must be rendered within 120 days from the Accident date in order for benefits to be considered.
  3. Please note: All bills must first be submitted to any other group hospital or medical plan for which the Insured maybe eligible. That insurer’s Explanation of Benefits paid or denied must accompany the claim form.
  4. Claim forms are available from Student Services or the Athletic Director.
  5. When required, please fully complete and sign the claim form. Attach all itemized bills and any other insurer’s Explanation of Benefits and send to:

Special Risk Services
PO Box 31156
Omaha, Nebraska 68131
(800) 524-2324