All registered students are automatically enrolled into the UC SHIP insurance plan.  Please keep in mind that waiving is an annual process and must be completed every academic year to avoid being automatically assessed and enrolled into UC SHIP.  If you are currently covered under a private health plan and do not wish to be dually covered with UC SHIP, you may submit an online application to waive out of the student health insurance plan.  The waiver website will be available and accessible for the upcoming 2018-2019 academic year during the below times:

Semester Students (Law/Med): The waiver application is no longer available for the 2018-2019 academic yearPlease check back for waiver dates for the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year.

Quarter Students (Graduate/Undergraduate): The waiver application is currently live for the spring quarter.  The waiver will be available beginning March 1st - March 20th 2019. 


  • 2018-19 Pre-Waiver Worksheet (revised 12/1/18) - Please note that this is NOT the waiver application, rather a resource guide to assist with the waiver prior to submitting an application.
  • UC SHIP Waiver Application (Please note that 3rd party login ID are currently not able to do SHIP transactions. The student themself must do the SHIP transaction.
Important Things to Note:
  • Those with third party access are unable to log onto the UC SHIP waiver application with their sign-on credentials.  Only registered UCLA students will have access to the site.  
  • Once an application has been successfully completed, you will be automatically notified of the status of your application. An email confirmation of the decision will be sent to your UCLA email account.
  • If your UC SHIP waiver application is denied, you will have the opportunity to appeal this decision. An UC SHIP Waiver Appeal Application must be completed and submitted to the Ashe Insurance Office within 14 business days from waiver reconsideration.

o   If your UC SHIP waiver application is denied, you will be responsible to pay the UC SHIP fee posted on your BruinBill account.  Failure to pay this fee may result in you being dropped from your classes for the term.  If you have already paid the UC SHIP premium fee and your application happens to be approved, you will be refunded the UC SHIP premium fee either by physical or electronic check.