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What is tuition insurance? What does tuition insurance cover?

Updated 1 month ago | Frequently Asked Questions

Tuition Protection Plan provides benefits to help safeguard the investment made in college/university. It can cover the cost of your tuition, academic fees, and housing if you have to completely withdraw for a reason such as covered Injury, illness, or mental health condition.

- You are able to see a quote here and find more information here.

-You can view a sample tuition plan after starting your quote process. Click here to start your quote process. Once you input your school and housing selection click 'continue'.

Screenshot of school information screen beginning quote process and ‘continue’ button

 On the next page, you will see the coverages and pricing information, scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll see the button to ‘select this plan’ and underneath, there is a link to ‘view sample policy’. Click the link and the sample policy page will populate on a new tab.

Screenshot of plan selection screen, coverage total and link to sample policy

Select ‘plan details’ and you will be able to review sample plan.

Screenshot of Allianz sample policy detail screen

 

Need more information? Let's break it down a bit more:

What does tuition insurance cover?

Tuition insurance can reimburse you for up to 100 percent of tuition costs, as well as covered fees, room, and board. The Tuition Protection Plan also includes Student Life Assistance benefits.

 

What is included in non-refundable costs?

Non-refundable costs can include tuition, fees, room and board costs that are not refunded by the school.

 

Why should I purchase tuition insurance?

Just as you purchase insurance to protect your home and car, tuition insurance allows you to protect the investment you make in higher education for yourself or your student. Tuition insurance can reimburse you for non-refundable tuition, fees and room and board costs (up to the amount of your Plan limits) should your student have to withdraw from school for a covered reason.

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