Academic Success

Half of Students Entering College Worry They Won’t Graduate

Forty-Eight percent of students and their parents think they may need to withdraw from school.

According to recent survey results announced by Allianz College Confidence Index, “prospective college students are arriving on campus already doubting their ability to reach graduation with nearly half anticipating the need to either temporarily or permanently withdraw from their degree program.” The findings reveal that 48 percent are less than very confident they will finish college without dropping out permanently and 55 percent think they will need to take at least some time off.

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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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Campus Crime
Budgeting

Buying a Car in College

Buying a Car in College: What You Need to Know Buying a new car is exciting, especially if you’ve had the same one since high school. Doing this by yourself […]

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Financial Literacy
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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College Life Protected
Campus Crime
Campus Crime
Financial Literacy

What to do With Graduation Money

Many graduates get a nice stack of cash shortly after graduation. Whether it’s from your family or friends, it is very important to know how to manage this money. Often, recent graduates tend to […]

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