Overseas Insurance Coverage
Stetson requires that all students participating in a university study abroad program obtain adequate travel insurance for the duration of their stay abroad.
An Overseas Accident and Sickness Insurance and Crisis Management assistance is automatically provided through CHUBB/Ace American Insurance Company for those students participating in Exchange, Semester Study Abroad programs and Faculty-led, course-related overseas programs. Please see the Overseas Information and Links below, and download the Insurance Card to take with you while traveling.
For students who are studying abroad with an affiliated program with another organization, please be sure to set up your overseas travel insurance before leaving to go abroad. Study Abroad Coordinators can advise you on this process. Please contact WORLD: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning for more information at: (386) 822-8165 or email@example.com. You do not want to wait until you are abroad to obtain insurance.
Chubb Travel Accident and Sickness Plan Forms, Overseas Travel Card and Coverage Summary:
- Please click here for a copy of your Travel Assistance Program Card which should be carried with you at all times while abroad.
- Please click here for a summary of Overseas Insurance Coverage under the plan.
- Please click here to access the CHUBB Claims Center if you need to report a claim for this policy.
Note: Stetson does not provide personal property insurance for students while attending the University, nor for travelers while on a University-sponsored trip. Students and travelers are responsible for securing such insurance if they want to cover their valuable personal property (such as laptops, phones & other items). The URMIA Student Property Insurance can provide coverage to your personal property on campus and while abroad. To find out more, visit URMIA Student Property Insurance.
Faculty and Staff traveling on a course-related overseas program or on approved overseas University business are also automatically covered under the Overseas Accident & Sickness Insurance coverage and Voluntary Compensation (worker’s compensation) coverage. Please contact the Office of Risk Management for more information on faculty and staff insurance programs. The Office of Risk Management can be reached at (386) 822-7701 or firstname.lastname@example.org.