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Published onAugust 29, 2019

Kick off the school year with health insurance!

Nobody plans to get sick or hurt, but unexpected things happen even to healthy young people, so it’s important to get health insurance. As a college student, you have several options for coverage:

Published onAugust 23, 2018

Heading back to school? See student health insurance options

As you get ready for the upcoming school year, don’t leave health insurance off your back-to-school checklist. Getting health insurance may be more affordable — and simpler — than you think. As a college student, there are several options available to you:

Published onOctober 8, 2015

Our new Privacy Manager puts privacy choices at your fingertips

Your privacy is serious business. That’s why we always make sure we have important safeguards in place to protect the information you provide when you visit HealthCare.gov.
We’ve now introduced a tool that lets you easily control some of the information we may collect from you.

Published onSeptember 24, 2015

Annual household income changes? Report them to the Marketplace ASAP

Published onSeptember 17, 2015

3 ways to get information for 2016 health care coverage

With 2016 Open Enrollment starting November 1, it’s a great time to sign up for reminders and updates from the Health Insurance Marketplace® about 2016 coverage.

Published onSeptember 11, 2015

See if you qualify for health care savings

Wonder if you qualify for savings on health insurance?
We’ve created a quick and easy tool to help. Just enter your state and the number of people in your household.

Published onSeptember 4, 2015

Under 30 and busy? Get a fast, personalized health coverage decision guide

There are many options for health insurance for young adults. You can:
  • Get covered by a parent's health insurance plan.
  • Buy your own Marketplace insurance, with savings based on your income.
  • Buy a catastrophic health plan — a type of insurance that has a low monthly premium but mainly protects you from worst-case scenarios.
  • Get free or low-cost health coverage through Medicaid.

Published onAugust 21, 2015

Heading back to college? Add health coverage to your must-have shopping list

Published onMay 8, 2015

Congrats, graduates! You’ve got a diploma, now get health insurance

As a new college graduate, you’re taking the next steps on your professional and personal journeys. If you’re heading into the working world, you may get health insurance through your job. But if you don’t get a job right away, you have options for health coverage. Here are 4 ways you can get covered: