Budgeting

Five Reasons Tuition Insurance is a Smart Decision

GradGuard has worked closely with Allianz Global Assistance to create a modern form of tuition insurance has been created to address the financial risk facing college students and their families.   Starting at $29.95 for $2,500 of coverage per term, tuition insurance is an affordable way to protect both your student and investment.

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New Search Tool Makes It Easy to Find College Student Insurance

College families are often unaware that the investment they make in a college education can be at risk. From theft to student health, college students can be vulnerable to real financial losses that can disrupt their education. GradGuard’s search tool and unique insurance programs, however, make it convenient for college students and their families to protect their investment in a higher education.

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Campus Safety

Valuable Protection for International College Students

With nearly one million international students attending American colleges and universities, it is important to understand the risks facing this valuable population. Three forms of insurance are particularly important for international students to consider securing to protect themselves from financial losses while studying in the United States. International students will benefit from securing tuition insurance, renters insurance, and student health insurance prior to attending classes.

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Campus Crime

Three College Surprises to Avoid

It is true that some families may be able to replace stolen property or pay for an extra semester of college if their student is forced to withdraw for medical reasons, but if they can’t then I recommend that they seriously consider both tuition and renters insurance from GradGuard.

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Preparing for School

8 Things College Freshmen Need To Know (Before School)

Out-of-state or not, living away from home for the first time means adjusting to new responsibilities. From getting along with your roommate to keeping up with classes, you’ll be expected to navigate through experiences and make adjustments to your former lifestyle. Here are eight tips to help you make the best start possible:

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