"With the new college year about to begin amid a resurgent pandemic, college tuition insurance is getting new attention. Tuition insurance is just what it sounds like: Students or their families buy a policy that will reimburse them for all or part of their tuition and other costs of attending college if the student must withdraw from school for a documented medical or mental health reason," The New York Times reports.
... "Despite formal cutoff dates for refunds, institutions would probably work with a student in a medical or mental health crisis to arrange a partial or full refund, or offer a deferral so the student can withdraw but return to classes the next semester, said Justin Draeger, president and chief executive of National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators."
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Publication Date: 8/6/2021