Published on May 25, 2017
If you recently graduated from college, you may have new options for getting health insurance. Check out these 3 options for a range of plan types and costs:
Buy your own Marketplace plan
You may be eligible to enroll in Marketplace health insurance for the rest of 2017 if you qualify for a
You may qualify if:
- You’re moving to or from the place you attended school
- You lose other health insurance, like if your student health plan has run out or you’re dropping off your parent’s plan
- You experience other life events, like having a baby or getting married
Not sure if you qualify? Answer a few questions to find out.
Get added to your parent’s plan
If your parent’s health insurance plan covers dependents, you can usually be added to their plan. They may be able to add you to an existing Marketplace plan through a Special Enrollment Period, as long as you’re under 26.
See if you qualify for Medicaid or CHIP
If you’re working part time, planning your next move, starting a business, or otherwise aren’t making much money, you may qualify for Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). To see if you qualify, enter your household income and size. We’ll tell you the programs you may be eligible for. If you qualify, your coverage can start right away.