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Why You Need Tuition Insurance Before College Starts 2021

Many college parents have been asking us about tuition insurance. Tuition insurance is an affordable form of protection that reimburses a college student / family if they are forced to complete a withdrawal from college due to a covered reason. Part of the growing interest relates to new forms of tuition insurance that are now available through Allianz and GradGuard. A.W. Dewar's has offered tuition refund insurance for 80+ years, but these new providers have entered developed new approaches to helping families protect the nearly $500 billion invested in a college education annually. Typical tuition insurance programs, which only offer tuition refunds when a student withdraws due to illness, injury, psychological conditions or death.
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Essential College Question: What will happen if your college student has to withdraw from college?

Essential College Question: What will happen if your college student has to withdraw from college?
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Insuring Your Student

The Importance of Insurance for Your Student As your baby birds begin to leave the nest, there are always a few things that us college parents are concerned about. Did I teach them enough? Can they really do their own laundry? Do they even know how to make rice? Take a breather, parents! You have […]
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If Your College Doesn’t Provide 100% Refunds, You Are Smart To Consider Tuition Insurance

If you are like most college parents, you are unaware if your college or university will provide a refund if your student is forced to withdraw mid-semester for health or medical reasons.  In a 2017 survey of college officials, only 16% of schools reported providing 100% refunds.  That's when tuition insurance can help.  Tuition insurance provides a refund when a college or university may not. 
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Parents Growing Less Confident in Students’ Ability to Finish College; Families Worry About Financial Blow from Temporary Withdrawal

According to the 2018 Allianz Tuition Insurance College Confidence Index, parents are more concerned than a year ago about their child's ability to finish college without needing to withdraw, though students' level of confidence in finishing held steady. However, both still see significant financial implications of an early college withdrawal, estimating a loss of about $10,000. Despite their concern about withdrawal and financial losses, both groups also admit to not being able to recall their college's refund policy.
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What will happen if your college student has to withdraw from college?

The American College Health Association annual survey on National College Health student health reports incidents such as illnesses, accidents, and injuries can frequently happen, even to young and healthy college students. The good news is that college families can protect their investment by purchasing tuition insurance coverage starting at $29.95 for $2,500 per term.
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Increasing Access & Transparency in College Refund Policies for Student Withdrawal

IntroductionA sad truth of higher education is that not every student will graduate.
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Increasing Access & Transparency in College Refund Policies for Student Withdrawal

 pic from flickr user Tax CreditsIntroduction
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Twitter & College Parents

Twitter isn't for everyone, but it sure can benefit parents to stay in touch with campus life and resources to help your college student.
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Student Health & its Impact on College Graduation

 Parents worry about their students in many ways.  We are worried about having the money to support their student, we worry about the risks that may interefere with the investment they make in college, we worry about the academic progress their student makes towards graduation and probably most frequnetly we worry about the health and well being of their college student.   What may surprize some families is how interconnected the health of their student is to their progress towards graduation.