College is expensive, so protect your investment with tuition refund insurance.  In the event that you need to withdraw due to an unexpected illness, injury, or mental health condition, tuition refund insurance offers up to a 100% refund of covered education expenses.

Tuition refund insurance covers expenses up to the policy limits regarding tuition, academic fees, room and board, and other eligible related expenses.

The annual cost for tuition insurance starts at $358.

Enroll before the start of the semester. 


  • Tuition refund insurance covers

    Tuition and other academic fees.  Books purchased directly through the school or the loss of unused room and board costs may also be covered.

    If a school provides a partial reimbursement at the time of withdrawal, tuition refund insurance will cover any remaining balances up to the policy limits for covered fees.

  • Tuition refund insurance does not cover

    • Voluntary withdrawal from an academic program
    • Dismissal from an academic program due to academic or disciplinary reasons
    • Incurred a loss prior to or after the period of coverage
    • Failed to attend classes for any reason
    • Graduated or completed classes early
    • Been inducted or drafted into the Armed Forces
    • Modified enrollment status

    Please note: Full disclosure of coverage

  • Policy length

    The policy begins the first day of class and spans a traditional academic year - fall and spring semesters

  • Increasing coverage

    Additional coverage needs to be purchased before the first day of classes

  • Tuition refund insurance, the right choice

    College is one of the largest investments, and often is unprotected.  Many times students are forced to withdraw from school for medical reasons resulting in added financial responsibilities due to the institution's tuition liability or withdrawal schedule. 

    Tuition refund insurance will refund lost tuition, academic fees, and other related expenses should a student need to withdraw within policy coverage guidelines.