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Student Health Insurance

Montana Student Health Insurance System for 2021-2022

Please see below the final MUSSIP rates for plan year 2021-2022.

You will be assessed the fee for coverage once before fall semester and once before spring semester, but the dates of actual coverage overlap the semesters. No separate coverage is available for summer semester only.

Students must accept or waive this insurance plan as part of their fall and spring registration process.

If you change your mind after you have accepted or waived the plan, you can contact Student Central or Joshua Archey at 406.771.4324, to fill out a form to make the change.

Time limits do apply for these changes, and may not be allowed past a certain date.

Students need to be take a minimum of 6 credits to qualify for the health insurance coverage.

*If you have Montana Medicaid coverage or are otherwise unable to obtain the MUS Insurance, please read the information below the rate table.

Fall New/Returning Students
CampusDatesStudent RateAdmin FeeTotal

Great Falls

8/1/21 to 1/31/22




Spring Returning Students
CampusDatesStudent RateAdmin FeeTotal

Great Falls

2/1/22 to 7/31/22




Spring New Students
CampusDatesStudent RateAdmin FeeTotal

Great Falls

1/1/22 to 7/31/22




These rates do not include any administration fees
21/22 Annual Rate:$4,610.00

21/22 Monthly Rate:


21/22 Daily Rate:


PLEASE note that Great Falls College MSU does not charge administrative fees.


While it is important to recognize that having health insurance coverage is important (it is a requirement for attending Great Falls College), there is no requirement that students have this particular plan, so if you are able to find another plan that suits your needs, you are certainly welcome to choose that plan. While we believe everyone should be insured to guard against financial peril in case of an unexpected illness or accident, we trust our students to make intelligent choices for themselves and their families.

For information on local help in navigating the Affordable Care Act Marketplace Insurance, please go to this website and put in your zip code:

If you need a gap policy, or short term plan, you can contact any insurance representative.
The link below is for Blue Cross Blue Shield. Any Blue Cross Blue Shield agent/producer can assist you in attaining this plan, or you can sign up on line or on the phone.

Also, here is the link to get a quote for the short term plan:

Please contact Blue Cross Blue Shield Montana at or call 855-267-0214 for additional information.


Contact Joshua Archey at 406-771-4324,; or stop by the Office of Student Engagement in R221. Please do so as soon as possible. The State of Montana has certain requirements you may need to comply with in order to maintain your State coverage.

Contact Information:

Joshua Archey

Student Engagement, Prevention Education
and Health and Wellness Coordinator

(406) 771-4324