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Student Blue

Student Blue

Insuring student health for more than 25 years

Our health insurance plans for students offer many options to help make college life a little easier.

Why choose Student Blue?


Student Blue from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) provides quality health insurance that meets the specific needs of college and university students. By choosing Student Blue, you get several important benefits:

Trusted health insurer

Choose a plan from the company North Carolina has trusted for reliable student health coverage for more than 25 years.

Extensive provider network

Access to a large provider network with coverage in all 100 counties in North Carolina.

Global coverage

Enjoy health care coverage that extends across the United States and around the world, giving you peace of mind.

Ready to get started?

Find your school, check your eligibility status, enroll in or waive your coverage, then find a health care provider and see other important health insurance details specific to your school.

Student resources

If managing your health and your health insurance coverage is new to you, or you need help finding the right health-related forms and information, you can find it here.

Student resources can help you:

  • Find a health care provider
  • Log in to the Blue Connect℠ member portal
  • Get wellness discounts
  • Learn about dental plans and travel insurance

You can also get important health-related forms and documents, and find answers to frequently asked questions about student health insurance.

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