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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Top 3 Reasons College Tuition Insurance Is a Smart Decision

GradGuard offers a new form of tuition insurance that is available in all fifty states and designed as an individual insurance policy that is easy to understand and convenient to purchase. For most of the nearly twenty million college students and their families, the cost of an extra semester would be a real financial burden. As a result, college families are smart to consider purchasing Tuition Insurance prior to the start of school.

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Campus Crime
Academic Success

Reducing College Costs

College is expensive and college costs continue to climb every year but there are ways to help manage the rising costs. Apply for financial aid – even if you think your […]

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Paying for College

The Real Cost of College

Paying for college is often more than just tuition – you’ve got books, living expenses, and fun study-break activities to consider as well! This infographic breaks down those costs throughout […]

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Life After College
Financial Literacy