These were possibly some of the best times of your life. I mean come on; just ponder all that homework you used to stay up all night doing, and all those midterms and exams you took every quarter or semester. That was fun and exciting stuff, right? Hoo-rah! Okay, that’s more of a military thing, but anyway. The truth is that with college comes good and bad. There’s typically not just one or the other. Sure, you do a little homework, and then you go out and get wild and crazy with your buddies or dorm-mate. There’s a balance. Oh but wait; we don’t want to forget about the financial side of it all. And we certainly don’t want to disregard college health insurance. This is imperative.
When it comes to college health insurance, many students don’t have the slightest clue. I should know; I was definitely one of them. It actually wasn’t until my sophomore year that I realized I had college health insurance. And college dental coverage for that matter. For some odd reason I had been assuming I had none. This was totally not the case. One day it just hit me. I suddenly thought that I had better get college health insurance and get it fast. Who knows what could happen? I may randomly break my arm or something. Life is just too unpredictable to not have some sort of insurance. So this is when I did a little digging. I pulled up my college’s website on my personal computer and got the rundown. In no time at all I was able to discover that I already had college health insurance. It was through my school and the payment for it was deducted each quarter with my tuition fees. It truly wasn’t much at all. I checked out what all I was covered for and it seemed perfect for me at the time. Heck, I even had a dental plan in place. Who’d have ever thought that college health insurance was provided for you if you were a full time student? Okay, well probably a lot of folks, but I wasn’t one of them. Regardless, it felt great to suddenly know I had coverage.
Are you in need of college health insurance? Well, if you are currently enrolled at a University, and are a full-time student, chances are you probably already have it. Or, you at least have easy access to acquiring it. Modern-day college health insurance shouldn’t cost you much if you’re attending college full-time. Hop on the web and see for yourself.