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Under new health coverage guidelines, most students can remain on their parents insurance policies until age 26. However, some young Americans may prefer other options. Health Insurance for... Read more
News flash to parents: Health insurance is not a top concern for your graduating student this spring! Yet the financial risks of even a minor uninsured medical procedure could... Read more
Each year in May and June, millions of families with graduating high school and college students find that they must replace their student's health insurance because they are no longer covered... Read more
MedSave.com is preparing for a lesser-known Thanksgiving tradition this week as college students return home for the holiday break. Many families have their first opportunity for... Read more
Each spring millions of families with graduating high school and college-age children find that they must replace their student's health insurance because they are no longer covered by... Read more
Summary - University of Minnesota requires all of its full time students to have health insurance and places significant restrictions on the type of insurance that may be used. Students... Read more
MedSave.com and The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) offer tips for parents and college students urging these young adults - and their parents - to get smart... Read more
Summary - Most U.S. colleges and universities including the University of Central Florida require students to have health insurance as a condition of enrollment. A... Read more
Summary - Michigan State University recommends that all of its students have health insurance. Some of the MSU professional schools require students... Read more
Summary - Texas A&M State University recommends that all of its students have health insurance and requires international students to have health... Read more