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Policies Available to Cover Tuition Loss if You Quit School Early

Next General recently began offering GradGuard, a national group policy available to students at any college. The program provides up to $50,000 of annual tuition insurance for the nonrefunded financial loss associated with attending college. Included in the package also is coverage for identify theft, emergency medical evacuation and even personal-computer coverage. The cost is $239 a year and up, depending on the level of coverage.

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How Health Care Reform Effects Students

 Brian Kaskie, a UI associate professor of health management and policy, While health-care reform agenda could include both positives and negatives for young people, it’s a net gain for students. […]

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Shortage of Doctors may Increase

After the overhaul of health care, a main concern is the strain it will put on the doctor shortage we are already facing today.  The new health care law stresses […]

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What Does the New Health Care Law Mean?

“The idea behind the bill is to bring down health care costs to make it more affordable,” said Steward French, an assistant professor in political science.  It is believed that by […]

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Health Care Bill Signed into Law

It has been hard to get away from the health care debate, everywhere you look one of the main topics of discussion has been health care.  After a year of […]

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