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Consider individual health coverage for your student

By: blocke

One thing about health care coverage: it never fails to leave you challenged and confused. The latest evidence is that many colleges and universities are phasing out or scaling back their school-sponsored medical plans sold to students. Blame it mostly on escalating costs associated with the higher coverage requirements of[…]

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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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Campus Housing Accidents Remain High, Though Insurance and Student Education Efforts Are Improving

By: blocke

October 3, 2011, Phoenix, Arizona – National Multi-Housing Council – Student Housing Conference – New research from Next Generation Insurance Group (NGI) reveals that college students are often unaware of their exposure to property and financial losses due to fire, theft and vandalism in on- and off-campus housing. Inadequate liability[…]

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StudentHealthPlan.com Gives College Students More Choice, Better Options for Health Insurance

By: blocke

Enhanced health insurance offering from Next Generation Insurance Group especially appealing to non-traditional students Boston, Mass. – September 30, 2011 – Required health insurance policies for college students vary in quality and coverage. Students are often unclear about alternatives or complementary plans. Next Generation Insurance Group (NGI) has launched its[…]

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Next Generation Insurance Group Partners with Sallie Mae to Launch Life-Stage Insurance Services for the Collegiate Market and Young Adults

By: blocke

BOSTON, Mass., [July 11, 2011]—Next Generation Insurance Group (NGI), a licensed specialty insurance agency and the nation’s first comprehensive insurance provider focused on the collegiate and young adult markets, has partnered with Sallie Mae to offer insurance programs to colleges and universities, as well as students and young adults. Sallie[…]

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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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2011 College Protection Plans

By: nextgenins

Next Generation Insurance Group seeks to create insurance and benefit solutions for affinity groups and particular life-stages and events. We created  GradGuard.com as the nation’s first comprehensive insurance and benefits platform specifically designed for the collegiate market. GradGuard is fulfilling its vision and is now available through many leading colleges and universities,[…]

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Choosing Insurance for the College Life – NYTimes

By: nextgenins

Paul Sullivan of The New York Times describes some of the vital risks that college families should consider in his September 17th article. Please read the entire article here or see a summary of the highlights below. Sullivan commentary is mostly aimed for wealthy parents, but much of the advice he highlights[…]

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