Health Insurance and Services

Health I​nsurance

For the 2013-2014 year, the Albany Law School student plan will consist of health insurance through Capital District Physician’s Health Plan (CDPHP), plus dental insurance and a discount vision plan. The annual policy is effective Aug. 1, 2013, through July 31, 2014. All full-time students (enrolled for nine or more credits) must be enrolled in Albany Law School’s plan or maintain other comparable health coverage.

New students are automatically enrolled in and charged for the student health insurance plan each year. If you are a new student who has other comparable health insurance and you would like to waive the Albany Law School student health insurance plan, you must submit a waiver online no later than Aug. 23, 2013.

Returning students who waived coverage in Albany Law School’s plan last year do not need to submit a new waiver form unless their coverage information has changed. 


Albany Medical Center St​udent Health Services

​Student Health Services, conveniently located on Hackett Blvd., serves students of Albany Law School and other area colleges and graduate schools. Care is provided for a wide range of issues including: general medical evaluation, lab testing, x-rays, flu shots and more.​

Researching Your​ Options

Go to www.healthcare.gov to find out which private insurance plans, public programs and community services are available to you.

You may also want to visit the New York Health Benefit Exchange website for information about the plans that will be available on the Exchange beginning Jan. 1, 2014. Open enrollment for these plans begins on Oct. 1, 2013.

Other Information

On-campus Location for Automatic Defibrillators