Even if you have access to a student health plan, you can apply for coverage (or stay covered) through Nevada Health Link instead.
- If you're under 26 and living in the same state as your parents: You can be included on your parent's application. Your parent can add you during Open Enrollment (or during a Special Enrollment Period, if they qualify). Learn more about enrollment periods.
- If you're under 26 and living in a different state from your parents: You have two options:
- Apply for coverage with your parent or stay on their plan.
- Apply yourself in the state you go to school.
- If you're 26 or over, you have the same options as above. But if you apply with your parents, you may be required to choose a separate plan because you're 26 or older.
- If no one claims you as a dependent and you live separately from your parents (whether in the same state or a different one): You should fill out your own separate application.
- If no one claims you as a dependent and you live with your parents: You should apply on your own separate application.