Division of Student Affairs
Student Insurance Plan
California College of the Arts is committed to ensuring all students have the appropriate resources to uphold their physical health and wellness.
Per CCA policy, all students who are registered for courses at full-time status (12 or more units per term for undergraduate students; 9 or more units per term for graduate students) are automatically charged for and enrolled in the CCA student insurance plan unless they submit an approved insurance waiver that meets all of CCA's minimum requirements, by the established deadline - which is typically aligned with the end of the Add/Drop period.
The CCA student insurance plan includes: Health Insurance Coverage; Dental and Vision Insurance Coverage; and a One Medical Membership.
Undergraduate students registered for fewer than 12 units/term and graduate students taking less than 9 units/term are ineligible for the Aetna student health plan. Students are encouraged to see what options are available on the insurance marketplace.
Property & Renters Insurance
CCA recognizes the importance of ensuring the safety of personal property. While CCA does not cover students' lost, stolen, or damaged property, we strongly urge all families to contact their insurance agents, check their homeowner's policies, and/or to consider purchasing renter's insurance.
CCA does not recommend or endorse any individual insurance company. However, please note that Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. provides information regarding personal property coverage.
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