Student Health

Back to School: Health Insurance Options for College Students in a Post-Reform World

Back to School. Health Insurance Options for College Students. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions An estimated 19 million students will be enrolling in classes this fall(1), and as many as 12%(2) of these may be uninsured. GradGuard, featuring $5,000 of tuition refund insurance and emergency medical evacuation insurance with each policy, is mentioned by eHealth as a good alternative to consider for college students and their families.

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Paying for College
Student Health

College Health Insurance

Many higher education institutions in the United States provide health insurance for their students.  Although a deeper look into these policies often reveals a limited amount of coverage.  Students looking for a broader coverage […]

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Life After College

Finding Employment After Graduation

It’s a daunting task to find a job these days, and graduates all across the country are finding themselves unemployed. With student loans and credit card debt, some graduates are […]

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Life After College

Searching for a Job? Graduate Information

With the United States still facing a recession and a high un-employment rate.  Graduates are entering a tough job market that can be discouraging. Don’t give up! A recent article in The Wall […]

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Paying for College

News on Pell Grant Program

As you may have heard, the new health care law was passed along-side new laws for student loans. According to the Daily Nexus, students borrow $23,000 to pay for college […]

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Life After College

30% of Young Adults Uninsured

Statistically speaking, 30 percent of young adults ages 20-29 are uninsured. About a year ago, President Barack Obama set out to close this gap. With the new health care law […]

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In the News

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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