Students are automatically covered on a semester basis for benefits if they are a daytime student registered in a Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities approved full-time, post-secondary or post-diploma program and have paid your insurance premiums in full. Coverage begins on the first day of the semester and is only in effect while you are attending daytime classes.
The following benefits are available to you under your Group Insurance Plan.
- Accidental Benefits
- Prescription Benefits
- Dental Benefits
- Extended Health Care Benefits
For complete details, please refer to the information brochure available at your local SSF office. The benefits are subject to all conditions, limitations, exclusions and other terms outlined in the Master Group Insurance Policy.
Opt-out or make changes to the plan
To opt out of the dental care benefits or opt-in dependent family members:
- Go to www.wespeakstudent.com
- Choose 'Seneca College' from the drop-down menu
- Click on the OPT OUT or OPT IN HERE buttons and follow the directions
- Fall 2016 semester: October 7, 2016
- Winter 2017 semester: February 10, 2017
- Summer 2017 semester: June 9, 2017
(Students can opt out of the Dental portion only of the plan during the deadlines mentioned above. The opt out lasts for 2 academic years and its irreversible.)
If you drop out or leave for any reason, the coverage is automatically terminated. Students that attend Seneca College for only one semester, they will receive benefits for that semester only.
When submitting a claim, the following information will be needed:
Group No. 513981
Policy No. 97200
Certificate No. N--------- (9 digits Seneca student number. e.g: N012345678)
Visit your local SSF office in one of the locations below for more information on your Health and Dental plan.
|King||GH1020||416.491.5050 ext. 55141|
|Markham||M343||416.491.5050 ext. 77342|
|Newnham||F1525||416.491.5050 ext. 22980|
|[email protected]||S2014||416.491.5050 ext. 33428|
International Students visit studyatseneca.ca to get more information on your health coverage.