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Sallie Mae’s Tuition Refund Insurance and College Renters Insurance Named University Business Magazine 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Products

By: blocke

NEWARK, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sallie Mae is proud to announce University Business Magazine selected Sallie Mae’s tuition refund insurance and college renters insurance as 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Products. Winners were selected by the editors of University Business from nominations submitted by the readership of the magazine and were based on both the[…]

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New players expand tuition insurance business

By: blocke

Some students preparing to enroll this fall at Carnegie Mellon University have taken steps to protect their substantial investment in higher education by purchasing a special kind of insurance policy, one that may be unfamiliar even to veterans of the insurance industry. For more than seven decades, CMU students have[…]

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Next Generation Insurance Videos for Students

Next Generation Insurance Videos

By: jsheehan

Insurance can be confusing. There are many different types of plans, within those plans are different levels of coverage, and policies often come with exclusions. Understanding your own risk, where you are vulnerable and what you should do to mitigate that risk is often overwhelming. Thinking about the “what if’s”[…]

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Sallie Mae Insurance Services Now Available to College Students at SallieMae.com

By: blocke

NEWARK, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sallie Mae, the nation’s No. 1 financial services company specializing in education, today announced that new insurance products designed to help families protect their investment in higher education are now available at SallieMae.com. As college campuses around the country begin their second term, the online launch of[…]

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Students More Confident

Study Finds That Today’s Students are More Confident Than Ever – But They Need to Become More Educated on Life-Stage Risks

By: nextgenins

The Boston Globe recently ran a story about a study by Jean Twenge, San Diego State University psychology professor, finding that today’s students are more confident than ever (read the entire article here). “Among other things, Twenge and her colleagues found that a larger percentage of incoming college freshmen rated themselves as[…]

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