Student Health Insurance
Most family health and/or property insurance plans limit or exclude coverage once children reach 20 to 24 years of age. The following links provide information regarding insurance products for college students. Each company is independent, thus the requirements, fees, and coverage options may be specific to that provider's policy. Please contact the individual provider directly for additional detailed information.
This information is provided as a student resource for affordable student insurance alternatives, and does not reflect the endorsement of any company, provider or product by State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota.
Mega Life and Health Insurance Company
Student Insurance Agency
Insurance for Students, Inc.
International Student Insurance
Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/rights/
Homeless Student Information
Resources, Programs, and Awareness for College Students in Need
Over one million young people in the United States currently face homelessness, and many do not have an adult in the picture to provide guidance or assistance when it comes time to think about higher education. The federal government defines these unaccompanied homeless youth (UHY) as individuals who do not have “fixed, regular and adequate” housing and who are “not in the physical custody of a parent or adult.” Many of these youth have aspirations to attend college, yet lack the support and awareness of resources needed to move their dreams into reality.
Raise awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps parents stay healthy and drug-free for themselves and their children.
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