Students and School Sports Programs

We deliver tailored student accident insurance coverage for private, public and faith-based day care programs, primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities. Coverage can provide protection during school-related activities, as well as sports or other extracurricular activities.

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Coverage Includes

Student accident insurance pays a benefit for a critical or fatal injury caused by a covered accident.

AXIS offers accident plans that provide coverage for school activities, including sports, school-sponsored trips or events, including:

  • Pre-K–12 non-sport programs – Protection for students, facility and staff for non-sport related injuries
  • Pre-K–12 sports programs – Protection for students, faculty, staff, volunteers, managers and coaches. Coverage can be expanded to include tackle football, ice hockey, lacrosse, rodeo, rugby, skiing and snowboarding
  • Intercollegiate sports programs – Expanded protection for athletic directors, coaches, trainers, cheerleaders, key participants, as well as prospective students and their chaperones

Additional accident benefits can include:

  • Bereavement and trauma counseling benefit
  • Crisis death benefit for acts of violence on school premises or during school activities
US insurance coverage is underwritten by AXIS Insurance Company. Coverage is subject to exclusions and limitations, and may not be available in all US states and jurisdictions. Product availability and plan design features, including eligibility requirements, descriptions of benefits, exclusions or limitations may vary depending on state laws.

This insurance  provides limited benefits.  Limited benefits plans are insurance products with reduced benefits and are not intended to be an alternative to or integrated with comprehensive coverage.  Further, this insurance does not coordinate with any other insurance plan.   It does not provide major medical or comprehensive medical coverage and is not designed to replace major medical insurance. Further, this insurance is not minimum essential benefits as set forth under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.