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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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UC Berkeley students report long lines for flu shots offered by the Tang Center after the University of California issued the flu vaccine mandate in October. 
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UC Berkeley students report long lines for flu shots offered by the Tang Center after the University of California issued the flu vaccine mandate in October. 
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The ASUC Student Advocate’s Office has received nearly 60 applications to its Cal-Pays Copay Fund, which supports students with chronic conditions and disabilities, since its launch April 3.
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The ASUC Student Advocate’s Office has received nearly 60 applications to its Cal-Pays Copay Fund, which supports students with chronic conditions and disabilities, since its launch April 3.
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Defunding essential resources often makes it feel as though our value is dependent on the contributions we can make (such as academically) without raising the bottom line.
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Defunding essential resources often makes it feel as though our value is dependent on the contributions we can make (such as academically) without raising the bottom line.
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CA Gov. Newsom signed SB 24 into law Friday, which requires all student health centers at public state universities to provide medication abortion by 2023.
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CA Gov. Newsom signed SB 24 into law Friday, which requires all student health centers at public state universities to provide medication abortion by 2023.
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The UC Berkeley Financial Aid and Scholarships office cares tremendously about the financial and personal wellness of our students.
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The UC Berkeley Financial Aid and Scholarships office cares tremendously about the financial and personal wellness of our students.
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It was a week before tuition was due last year, and I was waiting for my scholarships to disburse so that I could be certain I wouldn’t be dropped from my classes. I’d received a financial aid office email every few days telling me that my awards had been adjusted.
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It was a week before tuition was due last year, and I was waiting for my scholarships to disburse so that I could be certain I wouldn’t be dropped from my classes. I’d received a financial aid office email every few days telling me that my awards had been adjusted.
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The unfortunate reality is that SHIP claims — aka use and cost to the plan — have increased annually for the last three years. The result of those rising claim costs is that SHIP premiums have to increase to account for them. This reality was evident throughout all the health insurance bids the campus received.
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The unfortunate reality is that SHIP claims — aka use and cost to the plan — have increased annually for the last three years. The result of those rising claim costs is that SHIP premiums have to increase to account for them. This reality was evident throughout all the health insurance bids the campus received.
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The changes to SHIP coverage in the fall may be inevitable — so the campus must inform students about possible disruptions in coverage, rather than releasing dismissive press releases. If UC Berkeley truly values the health and wellbeing of every student, it must actively support students through the large and frustrating changes that next year will bring.
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The changes to SHIP coverage in the fall may be inevitable — so the campus must inform students about possible disruptions in coverage, rather than releasing dismissive press releases. If UC Berkeley truly values the health and wellbeing of every student, it must actively support students through the large and frustrating changes that next year will bring.
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Thus, this financial disincentive of ER use could disproportionately impact low-income students, potentially leading to dangerous medical situations.
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Thus, this financial disincentive of ER use could disproportionately impact low-income students, potentially leading to dangerous medical situations.
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