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College Renters Insurance

Colleges and Universities don’t replace stolen bicycles or backpacks, but GradGuard’s College Renters Insurance can. Our College Renters Insurance is designed for college life and contains an exclusive student endorsement that offers significant advantages to students and their families.

GRADGUARD CAN PROTECT YOU FROM THE UNEXPECTED

What is Covered By GradGuard?

GradGuard’s College Renters Insurance helps protect things like clothing, electronics, bicycles, books and more.

GradGuard’s College Renters Insurance

Policy Highlights

GradGuard’s unique student focused coverage provides real renters insurance protection with an exclusive student endorsement. We provide relevant features like low deductibles, worldwide property coverage and monthly payment plans.

Gravel Icon Personal Liability Coverage
Down Arrow Icon Low Deductible
(as low as $100)
Credit Card Icon No Credit Score Needed
Calendar Icon Convenient Monthly Payment Plans

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Knowing the Facts

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fires were reported within on-campus student housing in 2015.

*Clery Act Data

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of colleges surveyed do not replace stolen or damaged student property.

*HigherEdStudy.Org
2017 survey of student housing officers

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property crimes were reported on campus’ nationwide.

*Recent FBI Report

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Trusted by Hundreds of Institutions

More schools trust GradGuard to provide student benefits and insurance programs that help attract and retain students while removing obstacles to enable them to complete their education.

University of University of South Carolina
Texas Tech University
University of Michigan
University of Southern California
Baylor University
Loyola University New Orleans
California Lutheran University

Renters Insurance is underwritten by Markel American Insurance Company, Waukesha, WI. The advertised product is not available in AK, CT, FL, and RI. Other program options are available for these states. Claims and coverage subject to policy, language, limits and exclusions.