What is Education Protector

Education Protector℠ is a unique program designed specifically for eligible high school athletes under 21 years old and who have received a verbal athletic NCAA scholarship offer. This program provides insurance coverage for the window of time between the extension of a Verbal Offer and the formal signing of the Letter of Intent or an athletic grant from an Institution of Higher Learning. Education Protector provides tuition reimbursement benefits in the event of a covered loss of those athletic scholarships and grants due to a covered Injury.

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How it Works

When a college or university presents a student-athlete with a Verbal Offer for an athletic scholarship or grant, there is a period between the issuance of that Verbal Offer and the signing of the Letter of Intent, which binds the athletic scholarship or grant. Due to a covered Injury, if a Letter of Intent is never offered for the student-athlete’s sport listed on their Education ProtectorSM application by the NLI Final Signing Date, or the student-athlete has not yet signed a Letter of Intent, Education Protector will provide funds for Tuition reimbursement.

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Eligibility & Payment

In order to be eligible for coverage under this policy, Verbal Offers must be confirmed by the producer through a national scouting agency. Benefits under Education Protector are either paid directly to the Owner of the policy upon proof of payment of covered charges or paid to the Institution of Higher Learning, upon receipt of an assignment of benefits from the Owner. Education Protector is designed to provide families with funds so their child can still pursue higher education in the event a Verbal Offer is rescinded due to a covered Injury.

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Parents who are depending on an athletic scholarship or grant to help meet their children’s college expenses can benefit from Education Protector. At a cost of $749 for a policy term for high school seniors and $1,400 for a two year policy term for high school juniors, Insureds will know that the loss of a collegiate athletic scholarship or grant offer may not put the dream of college education out of reach.

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