Université du Québec à Montréal - AFESH (UQAM)
Université du Québec à Montréal - AFESPED (UQAM)
Université du Québec à Montréal - AFÉA (UQAM)
Association générale étudiante de Bois-de-Boulogne (AGEBdeB)
Mouvement Étudiant Ébéniste de l'École Nationale du Meuble (MEEENM)
Cégep de Rimouski (AGECR)
Université de Sherbrooke (REMDUS - 2e et 3e cycles)
Association générale des étudiants du Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (AGECSJR)
Association Générale Étudiante du Collège Ahuntsic (AGECA)
Association générale des étudiantes et des étudiants du Cégep de Victoriaville (AGEECV)
Association générale des étudiantes et étudiants du Cégep Gérald-Godin (AGEECGG)
Collège de Maisonneuve (SOGÉÉCOM)
Association générale étudiante du Cégep de Vieux Montréal (AGECVM)
Association générale des étudiants et étudiantes du Cégep de Sorel-Tracy (AGEECST)
Association générale des étudiantes et étudiants du Cégep de Chicoutimi (AGEECC)
Association étudiante du Collège de Rosemont (AGECR)
École nationale d'administration publique (AEENAP)
École du Barreau - Gatineau
Association étudiante du Cégep de Sherbrooke (AÉCS)
École nationale de théâtre (ÉNT)
Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (AGEE-ITHQ)
École du Barreau - Québec
Université du Québec à Rimouski, Campus de Lévis (AGECALE)
Université Laval (CADEUL - 1er cycle)
Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (MAGE-UQAC)
École du Barreau - Sherbrooke
Université du Québec à Montréal - AéESG (UQAM)
Université du Québec à Montréal - AFELC (UQAM)
Université du Québec à Montréal - ADEESE (UQAM)
Université du Québec à Montréal - AESS (UQAM)
Conservatoire de musique et d'art dramatique du Québec (FAECMADQ)
Université de Montréal (FAÉCUM)
Collège d'études ostéopathiques (AECEO)
Faculté de l'éducation permanente de l'Université de Montréal (AGEEFEP)
Fédération étudiante de l'INRS (FEINRS)
Université de Sherbrooke (FEUS - 1er cycle)
Association des médecins-résidents de l'Université de Sherbrooke (AMReS)
École Polytechnique (AEP - 1er cycle)
École Polytechnique (AÉCSP - 2e et 3e cycles)
École du Barreau - Montréal
Association étudiante de l’ÉTS (AEETS)
Université du Québec en Outaouais (AGE-UQO)
Université Laval (AELIÉS et AMReQ)

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our history

Founded in 1996, Studentcare was the result of student union leaders joining forces to enact a common vision. Together, they were committed to offering the post-secondary community health and dental plans that would always be simple, empowering, and reliable.

As part of this vision, Studentcare has consistently worked to demystify insurance coverage and help over a million students effectively manage their health care. We were the first student health and dental plan administrator to launch an in-house member services centre, and the first to introduce secure online opt outs—providing students with more flexibility and customization than ever before when it comes to their health care.

From the very beginning

Now, we are the largest student health and dental plan administrator in Canada, serving more than 1,000,000 students and over 95 student associations across the country.

Defining “Plan

Your student Plan helps cover the cost of important health-care services that are not covered by provincial health care. On behalf of your student association, ASEQ | Studentcare:

  • negotiates a collective plan that has the best mix of benefits, saving students millions of dollars in medical costs each year
  • communicates Plan details to students through the use of websites, information in student newspapers, info guides, emails, posters around campus, etc.
  • through the Care Centre, answers questions about the Plan and liaises with the insurance company to resolve complex cases
  • collects feedback from students on Plan satisfaction and awareness
  • and more!

our role


Comprehensive. We have created and operate Canada’s most advanced Plan member support system, including an in-house bilingual call centre.

Simple. We strive to provide plans that are clearly explained, easy to use, and tailored to the individual needs of students.

Our Values

Empowering. We offer students the options, tools, and knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their health and finances.

These three values extend into every aspect of our activities, from how we communicate with students to how we design plans that save students millions of dollars in medical costs each year.


To add even more value to your Plan, we have set up extensive and exclusive Networks of health, dental, and vision professionals across Canada who have agreed to reduce the cost of their services for our Plan members. Savings from Network professionals are in addition to Plan coverage, and they ensure that you get the most out of your Plan.

Of course, you are free to visit the health-care professional of your choice. By consulting a member of the ASEQ | Studentcare Networks, you will simply receive additional coverage.

savings for


is now

Implementing environmentally friendly best practices is a natural part of providing simple, reliable, and empowering health coverage to students, especially since environmental health directly affects our physical health.

At ASEQ | Studentcare, we take pride in doing our part to respect the planet. As the leading provider of student health and dental plans in Canada, our environmental impact extends to over 1 million members. Along with evaluating our business processes and operations in terms of their impact on the planet, we have participated in the ClimateSmart Training Program for Businesses and we were early adopters of a GHG-emissions management strategy.

We plan to continue participating in many environmental impact reduction strategies.

Combatting stigma
and providing support

As a health coverage provider, we are aware of the stigma attached to the act of seeking out and visiting a mental health professional. That’s why we’re working with all of our student associations to help erase that stigma and make mental health resources more widely accessible within the student community.

We understand that a comprehensive health and dental plan is part of a cohesive mental health strategy on university and college campuses; however, we also understand that health coverage is only one part of the solution. Here are some of the ways we are working to increase awareness and decrease stigmatization of mental health issues for students:

  • partnering with a variety of student-oriented mental health resources, both on and off campus
  • offering Empower Me, a 24/7/365 mental health and wellness service that allows students to connect with qualified counsellors, consultants, and life coaches for support
  • launching the Online Studentcare Psychology Network, which enables students to consult licensed psychologists at preferred rates via video conferencing through their smartphones or computers
  • conducted a national survey on students’ attitudes towards mental health and their knowledge of the resources available to them on campus and online, in partnership with 25 student associations

on Mental Health