The Change-of-Coverage & Opt-Out Period for your school is now over.

The coverage manager allows you to :

  • Coverage Change your coverage
  • Family Coverage Enrol a family member
  • Opt-out Opt-out

Take control over your Plan with this new and exclusive online tool. All transactions are secure, quickly processed, and can be completed in one sitting. In order to access your profile, you must first sign in. Please make sure to provide a valid email address as this is where you will be sent confirmation emails.

The process is not complete until you obtain a transaction number. You will also receive an instant confirmation email with your transaction number. Please review the confirmation email and messages on-screen to ensure that they reflect your coverage preference.

Please fill out all the required fields below and click "LOG IN".

Student ID: * [?]
Date Of Birth: *
Confirm Email:*

Do you have questions? 1 866 416-8707 Mon to Fri, 9 am to 5 pm

Where can I find my student ID number?

You can find your student ID number on your student ID card, by contacting your school, or by visiting your school's online web portal.

When I log in, can I use a personal email or just a university email?

You can use any email that you like! Just make sure the one you use is one that you will check regularly, as we will be sending you updates and confirmations regarding the changes you make to your coverage.

How do I know if I need to enrol myself or log in?

You will need to enrol yourself if you have not been automatically enrolled in the student Plan but are eligible for coverage. You need to log in if you have already been billed for the coverage on your tuition fee statement and are ready to make changes to your coverage and/or enrol your family in the Plan.

When can I change my coverage?

You may make changes to your coverage during the Change-of-Coverage Period from Aug. 25 - Sept. 20, 2023.

Can I enrol my family in the Plan?

As long as you're eligible for coverage, your spouse and/or dependent children can be covered too! Common law couples are eligible.