Insuring Your Student’s Home Away From Home

dormroom_laptopClasses starting at most colleges in Nebraska this week has surely caused many empty nesters some first day of school blues.  Despite our children leaving for college taking their first flight out of the nest, they still need their parents guidance and forethought.  Help protect your student from risks that they may not even know is there.

When students go off to college they usually take their computers, TVs, stereo equipment, most of their wardrobe, and anything else that they can cram into the car. Whether they’re taking all their worldly possessions or just enough to get by, they’ll need insurance to cover the things in their dorm room or apartment. So before they take off for college, make sure they’re covered by your homeowner's insurance or a separate renter’s policy.

Check to See if College Bound Kids Are Still Covered!


All over Nebraska the latest migration of students prepares to descend on college campuses. Depending on whether your student is facing year one or is farther along the higher education highway, their individual stress levels may range from sheer terror to borderline boredom. For you, concerns may be running the gamut from empty nest issues to “How are we going to pay for this?”

Not that we want to add any wood to the mental and emotional fires, but college-bound season is also the perfect time to schedule a session with your Gregory's Insurance Professional.

Congratulations Class of 2012: Now It’s Time to Graduate to Your Own Insurance!

graduationIt’s a rite of passage for college students to don cap and gown and march for graduation ceremonies- in fact, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), nearly 1.8 million students will graduate with a bachelor's degree in 2012. As those 1.8 million make the transition from undergraduates to careers, pursuit of advanced degrees or back into mom and dad's basement, it's critical that they understand how walking across that stage may have changed their insurance needs.

QUICK READ: Preparing for College

Quick Quiz

When preparing to send you child to college be sure to review:
1. Their college essay
2. Your bank account
3. The film “Animal House”
4. Their insurance coverage
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