New York State of Health

Yes, the New York State of Health Insurance Marketplace is still available to students! Certified enrollers will be on campus to assist students until 12/22/17. Enrollment for ACA insurance is available all year for:

1. The “Essential Plan” ($20/month) or Medicaid (no cost). Many college students qualify for one of these insurances.

2.  If you had a “qualifying life event” (loss of insurance or job, major change in your finances, getting married or divorced etc).Please check with the enrollers about your particular situation.

3. Open enrollment runs 11/1/17- 1/31/18 in New York State. 

Fall 2017 Schedule for NYS Marketplace Enrollers

(no appointments needed, but we recommend you call ahead to verify)

  • 10am-1pm, Tuesdays & Fridays, Shawndel Lewis, (585) 713-0986 or Campus Center Atrium or Brick Lounge. 
  •  9am-12noon, WednesdaysSheila Forsett (585) 754-7011
     or Campus Center Atrium or the Brick Lounge.
  •  10am-1pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays, Lisa Galletto, (585) 278-4187 or Flynn Campus Center Atrium, 2nd floor terrace.

The insurance representatives can schedule a different time/location to meet with individuals. You are free to choose any plan you qualify for. For more information, please see the nystateofhealthwebsite.


Monroe Community College has once again contracted with the Allen J. Flood Companies, Inc. to offer student health insurance for purchase by any MCC student. Details about the policy are available at or on the summary or brochure.


  • Healthcare providers must be listed under the CIGNA PPO Provider Network (available through links at  the AJ Flood website or through the links on the summary flyer above).
  • Students must request a temporary insurance card soon after purchasing the insurance, in case they need to see a healthcare provider before the permanent card is mailed out (about 6-8 weeks into the semester).
  • To request a temporary card, contact any of the A.J. Flood representatives below and provide them with your name, student ID number, date of birth, gender, email address, mailing address and semester(s) of coverage.

  • The temporary ID card will be emailed to you in 2-3 business days and you can then print it.