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According to the Clery Act Reports, there have been an average of over 24,000 crime and safety incidents reported annually on college campuses since 2009.
American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment shows the need for tuition insurance when delayed progress results in a medical withdrawal.
Helping college families recover financially from a forced medical withdrawal must be a priority according to findings from a 2020 national survey of college students.
Recent research found that nearly a third of students pursuing a bachelor's degree considered withdrawing from their program for a semester or more in the past six months.
Most school policies don’t offer a refund in the event of a forced withdrawal - even for a medical reason - after the fourth week of classes.
ACHA’s National College Health Assessment from 2019 indicates four common student illnesses and their impacts on degree completion.
ACHA’s data reveals other student health conditions that may also disrupt an academic term or lead to an unexpected student withdrawal.
GradGuard’s no cost integration into any student housing portal experience is a seamless financial literacy experience that can help protect students and schools when the unexpected occurs.
Tuition Insurance is a great way to help students and families protect their investment in higher education.