Health + Wellness
Per CCA policy, all students who are registered at 12 or more units per semester (9 units per term for all graduate students) are charged the insurance and are automatically enrolled in the CCA Aetna Health insurance plan, unless they submit an approved insurance waiver that meet's all of CCA's minimum requirements, by the established deadline. Students who are enrolled part-time, are ineligible for the college's health insurance plan.
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Important announcement on eligibility requirements for Fall 2020 / Spring 2021 academic year: Aetna has made an exception to the eligibility requirement for the academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As CCA move classes 100% online for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021, full-time enrolled students taking classes online will still be eligible for the insurance plan unless meet the requirements to waive. The Aetna PPO plan is a U.S nationwide insurance plan, and One Medical membership also have offices U.S nationwide.
Get information and resources about COVID–19 (novel coronavirus) for the CCA community.
Details on the Aetna PPO and One Medical Membership, the healthcare options provided by California College of the Arts.
Different ways a student can access their health insurance plan.
California College of the Arts is dedicated to maintaining the physical and mental well-being of its community.
Resources for CCA community members who may be experiencing or know someone experiencing substance use disorder.
All residents (including those currently living in CCA housing) are required to upload in Workday COVID-19 test results. Please see more information below.