6 Types of Insurance for College Students and How to Save on Them

Mindy Trotta

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6 Types of Insurance for College Students and How to Save on Them

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Students have multiple insurance options when they head off college. Most have health insurance, but many families may not be…

An Expert Discusses How Student Loans Work

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Having to learn about the Basics of the Student Loans at the point during the college admissions process when every…

Complete Guide to the Western Undergraduate Exchange

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If you live in a western state, you may qualify for a tuition discount at participating out-of-state colleges. Here is…

Survey Results: Parents Say The Student Loan Process Can Be Confusing

May 4, 2022

Headline: Survey Results: Parents Say Finding College Loans Can Be Confusing Subhead: But it doesn’t have to be Tags: College…

Student, Parent, Private or Federal Loans: Explore All the Options

May 4, 2022

Private student loans were once thought to be not as desirable as their federal loan counterparts. In fact, they were…

What parents should have their kids should do during Quarantine

May 4, 2022

While it may seem like it’s been forever since we’ve been able to freely go about our business without the…

A Novel Idea: Ask Students What They Think About Returning to Campus

A Novel Idea: Ask Students What They Think About Returning to Campus

July 28, 2020

With the new school year just a few weeks away and coronavirus cases on the rise, many college and university…

Why Online Only Education is Still Worth the Cost

Why Online Only Education is Still Worth the Cost

July 21, 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been much discussion about the future of higher education. With more schools opting…