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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

Tips for Selecting a College Laptop

Buying the ideal student laptop is no easy task. You’ll need to be determined, well-informed, and most importantly, patient to land the best notebook for your needs and budget. Whatever the price you pay, be sure to protect it with an affordable renters insurance policy designed just for college students. For about $.50 cents a day, the GradGuard renters insurance plan will replace your laptop in the case of theft or damage.

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School

After College Health!

If you are leaving are a recent college graduate who is in the process of finding a job, you may also benefit from short-term medical insurance.  Short-term medical insurance can help you pay for medical expenses in case your suffer an accident, injury or illness.

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College Life Protected

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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International Students
Student Life

Traveling Abroad This Summer?

Studying abroad can be a fun and enjoyable experience for students.  It’s the chance to broaden your horizon and experience how living in another country compares to the United States. […]

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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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