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As you prepare your student for high school graduation this Spring, you’re probably making a list of all the things to buy for college. Sure, you want to save money... but sometimes you have to spend a little to save a lot. That’s where NSSI comes in with student property insurance.
Now, just imagine if you had to replace all of those new college purchases out of your own pocket… not just the “Big Ticket Items” like Computers, Smartphones, Music Instruments, TVs and Gaming Systems. But all of the miscellaneous personal property you packed in those bags, boxes, and suitcases like cameras, Mp3 players, clothing, jewelry and classroom materials. It’s the little things that add up to the bulk of a loss. But don’t let them overwhelm you. Why not pay little now so you don’t have to pay a lot in the future?
NSSI covers most of the items a college student needs during the school year. Take a moment and think about the value of the items your student carries in their backpack alone – a laptop, iPad, cell phone, textbooks and more! The cost of these items adds up quickly for parents. And just think, can you afford to replace all these items if they get damaged or stolen? With NSSI, you don't have to worry! Residence hall advisers, faculty, and staff are eligible for coverage too! See below for a listing of the losses and items covered under our student property insurance policy.
Automobiles, motorcycles, boats, motors, aircraft or aircraft parts or any other type of motorized land vehicles or other conveyances or their accessories (including car stereos, GPS devices, etc.); transportation tickets or other tickets; salesmen’s samples; merchandise for sale or exhibit; money in currency or coin, evidences of debt, letters of credit, passport documents, notes, securities; animals; contact lenses; artificial teeth or limbs; keys and forms of identification (including student ID’s, driver’s license, etc.); firearms or ammunition; pharmaceuticals - prescription or over-the-counter medications; artwork - professional or amateur; antiques and collectibles.