Your name came up on a web article as I was researching insurance policies available to student athletes attending American universities.
Our daughter (age 17; will turn 18 in Aug.) will be attending university in Wisconsin. We are Canadian residents in Nova Scotia, but she is a dual
U.S./Candian citizen. She is planning to play on the university's women's basketball team, and the season lasts approximately 5 months, from Nov thru March.
According to NCAA athletic association rules, she must provide evidence of insurance that includes coverage for athletic-related injuries,
with a coverage limit of at least $90,000. She has medical insurance that covers her in the U.S., but not for intercollegiate athletics.
I wondered if you might be able to provide a quote for a policy that would cover her as a university athlete in the U.S.
Thanks for your inquiry! If you are interested in the student plans which include coverage for intercollegiate sports, then you can refer to the below link for that information. You can get an idea of cost and options by putting your information here: Student insurance
Some student insurance plans exclude coverage for Intercollegiate sports governed by NCAA for most F1 visa students.
The only plan that covers NCAA college sports is the Diplomat America Insurance
with the rider.
Please let us know if we can help you in any further.
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