International Student AHP Insurance Guide

Welcome to the UTSA AHP information page, below you will find the links and resources to help you navigate through your student health insurance coverage.



Steps to access your health insurance:

Step One: Create your AHP account:

Step Two: Create BCBSTX Account: Blue Cross Log In (if new, click on "Register Now")

Step Three: Obtain your digital insurance card

If applying for an insurance waiver: 

Insurance Resources & Coverage Add-Ons

Information HUB:

UTSA AHP Benefits Page:

Enrollment Page: (Scroll down to "Online Enrollment" and click on "International and Graduate Students")

  • Add dependents
  • Dental
  • Vision

Blue Access for Members

Access an electronic ID card, view claims information, and more

Change Address, Phone, or Email

It is very important to make sure that your address, phone number, and email address on file at the school are current and accurate. You must submit your address change update via myUTSA Account. If not, ID cards, explanation of benefits, and other notifications about your student health insurance plan may not get to you. If you have moved or your contact information has changed, please make sure you update your contact information with your school.

Additionally, please refer to to learn how you may update your address in our records as well.

UT System Orientation Video 22-23


View the UTSA AHP Zoom Session

Important Health Requirements to be completed before enrolling at UTSA

Health Requirement 1:

Meningococcal Meningitis Immunization

Health Requirement 2:

TB Screening/Test

All international students are required to submit proof of Tuberculosis Screening to UTSA Wellness360 on or after March 1 for the summer or fall semesters and on or after September 1 for the spring semester.

What documentation do I need?

It is highly recommended that you obtain a TB blood test in your home country. Student Health Services accepts the following blood tests:

  • T-Spot

If your test result is in a language other than English, please have a translation service translate Records into English prior to submission to UTSA Wellness360.

UTSA does not accept these tests:

  • IgG
  • IgM
  • Other forms of rapid testing
  • PPD from other countries

How do I submit proof of TB screening/test?

Health Insurance Options After Graduation

Continuation of Coverage is available to insured students who have graduated or are no longer eligible for coverage under the UT System plan at UTSA. Covered students must have been insured for at least six (6) continuous months. Your premium must be received by Academic Health Plans within 30 days after your UTSA Student Health Insurance Plan terminates. Eligible students may purchase an extension of coverage for up to a maximum of 3 months. Per AHP, continuation of coverage is only available once and cannot be renewed (example: purchase 1 month extension, not able to extend for additional 2 months). Contact Academic Health Plans for more information, if needed.


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