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Take Advantage of Residence Life

Many students overlook a variety of opportunities and events that their resident life department has to offer. Often, residence life staff and neighbors can become a student’s first home for support and assistance.

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10 Things You Should Definitely Bring To College

College Freshman year is one of the scariest, most nerve-wracking times in a student’s and parents life. However, one of the easiest ways to alleviate that stress is by making sure you are prepared. Purchasing essential items that you’ll need all year is key to your preparation. Here is a list of the ten things you shouldn’t forget to bring to college.

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Life After College

Short Term Needs Meet Short-Term Care!

A great alternative to more expensive, long-term health care plans is short-term health insurance. With short-term health insurance, graduates can get the coverage they want at a price that they can afford.  

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Can you afford to pay for an extra semester? If not, consider tuition insurance today.

Tuition insurance can help you minimize the risk of financial loss due to withdrawal. It’s not “drop-out” insurance, but should you need to withdraw from school for a covered medical reason, tuition insurance can help protect that investment – your tuition and other fees. Helping safeguard your investment, tuition insurance can help give your family greater peace of mind this semester.

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Budgeting

What will happen if your college student has to withdraw from college?

Nationwide, college families are busy completing student orientation and finding ways to pay for college.  Among the many questions that college students are smart to ask is – What will happen if your student has to withdraw from college? According to a 2015 National Student Clearinghouse: “The overall national six-year completion rate for the fall 2009 cohort was 52.9 percent. No matter where your student attends college, families deserve the opportunity to protect their investment in a higher education.

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