Insurance Coverage

The ACCSA provides all eligible Assiniboine Community College students with a Health & Dental coverage through StudentVip, all students can Opt-In or Opt-Out of the plan. The Opt-In and Opt-Out period for Fall 2020 begins on September 01, 2020 to October 08, 2020. Please visit the StudentVip website to Opt-In and Opt-Out. If you need assistance with opting in and out of the plan please contact our ACCSA staff or connect with StudentVip through their Live Chat option.

Please Note: No student will be enrolled or opted out of the plan after the deadline. Exceptions will be made for students under exceptional circumstances only.

If you have any questions about your Health & Dental coverage please contact us 204-725-8710 or email us 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your ACCSA Health & Dental Plan?

Prescription drugs, extended health, dental, travel & accident coverage that fills the gaps in your primary health care. Built specifically for you by the Assiniboine Community College Students’ Association.

Who is covered?

Students enrolled in a minimum of 18 credits in the Fall term OR minimum 15 credits in the Winter term.

Please note there are eligibility exceptions. For more info or to opt-in family members please visit

Fall Opt-In/Opt/Out: September 4th – October 4th, 2018

Winter Opt-in/Opt-Out: January 7th – February 7th, 2019

How much does it cost?

If eligable, you Health & Dental Plan fee is automatically included in your tuition. $240.00 covers a single student from September 1, 2020 – August 31, 2021.

What if I already have covereage?

Great! You can opt-out during the designated opt-out period at


You can combine both plans to get up to 100% coverage.

Your alternative insurance may not be as comprehensive, or it may stop covering you if you are a part-time student over 21, or full-time over 25.

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Do we have Accident Coverage

The Students’ Association provides accident insurance coverage to any Assiniboine Community College student that pays Students’ Association fees. Students are covered while they’re on the school premises and while attending or participating in any school activity approved and supervised by the proper authority of the school or the ACCSA. If a student has an accident, it is their responsibility to file a claim immediately with the Students’ Association Office.