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What Type of Insurance Does Your College Student Need?
Data from the National Center for Education Statistics reports on the risks within and surrounding college life are very real.
As Move-in Approaches, a Reminder from the NAIC about Student Insurance Needs
Fall 2013 student move-in has already begun at some colleges (and is rapidly approaching elsewhere). Many more students are moving into apartments or homes near campuses nationwide.
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First weeks can be tough for college kids
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