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FLEXible Enrolment

If you are an eligible student, use this form to customize your benefits to fit your needs best and choose to select a Flex option.

You have 3 Flex options available, if no option is selected you will be automatically enrolled in the Balanced Plan and cannot Flex your benefits until your next enrollment period. Should you choose to Flex your Benefits you will be enrolled in your chosen plan at any period in which you are enrolled in the Student Benefits Plan. Students choosing to Flex their Benefits must be enrolled in BOTH the health and dental plan.

Once a FLEXible Benefit option is selected, it will remain in force for a minimum of 2 plan years after which you can choose to move back to the Balanced plan. If you do not take action to change your plan, you will remain enrolled in the same plan as the prior benefit year. Should you enroll eligible family members into the Plan(s), they will receive the same benefits coverage that you receive.

Find our more information about your FLEXible options HERE.

Opt In


Student Benefits Plan coverage is provided to eligible students automatically, except in certain circumstances where a student's enrolment status excludes them from automatic inclusion by the institution or due to a previous waiver on file.

There are 2 opportunities for students to complete an enrolment request:

1) Upon Policy Anniversary: For students starting in September the anniversary would be the following September prior to the applicable deadline. For students starting in January the anniversary would be the following January prior to the applicable deadline. For students starting in May the anniversary would be the following May prior to the applicable deadline.

2) Lifestyle Change: There are certain circumstances known as lifestyle changes that allow a student to make changes to their enrolment status within 30 days of the change. Lifestyle changes include; getting married or meeting the twelve month co-habitation requirement for common law status, birth/adoption of a child, meeting provincial plan residency requirements and losing their alternate coverage.

Students who lose their comparable coverage may opt back into the plan(s), provided that they are within 30 days of losing coverage. If a student has lost their comparable coverage they must show documentation of loss by submitting a letter from either the insurance carrier or employer.

It is the student's responsibility to complete the Individual Enrollment form and provide payment of the applicable fee(s) prior to the deadline.

For more information on re-enrolment please contact the SABVC Student Benefits Plan Office. Please read and agree to the Terms & Conditions prior to submitting this form.

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