Student Insurance Consolidation – Put All Your Eggs in One Basket

Student load bundling is a method to always consider when you have more than one student load. Contrary to the saying “don’t put all your eggs in one basket”, it can definitely be beneficial for you to do so.

Due to the fact that we have many expenses that can arise due to our studies, it is likely that most people will need to obtain additional funding to help them through difficult times.

The simple way to look at it is that if you have multiple insurances, you pay multiple fees and multiple interest rates, so it only makes sense to consider putting everything in one basket, so you’ll only have a lot of expenses.

insurance consolidation

A student insurance is consolidated when we combine all of our insurances into one new insurance and only one monthly payment. Your previous student insurance balances are repaid with the new insurance.

The interest rate you will pay will be (more than likely) an average of the total rates at which your previous insurances were charged.

One point to keep in mind is that it may be possible to combine your insurances with those of your partner or spouse. Usually though this is not a recommended practice because if you ever need to apply for a insurance deferment, both of you will have to meet the insurance criteria. Insurance payments still have to be met even in the event of a divorce.

Most insurances can be consolidated. Most financial institutions can offer consolidation insurances. You may also consider going to the Department of Education. Another thing to consider is that students as well as parents can use insurance consolidation.


  1. In some circumstances, you can help determine the terms of your insurance structure.
  2. Consolidation insurances usually have lower monthly payments.
  3. You may have the option of changing your current variable interest rate to a lower fixed rate.
  4. It may also be possible to extend the insurance term from 10 years to 25-30 years.
  5. You may also qualify for tax credits.
  6. There are usually no repayment penalties, which means you can make more payments than indicated in the schedule.


  1. When you reduce your insurance payments, you will have to extend the repayment period and thus increase the amount of interest you will pay.
  2. Keep in mind that once you’ve consolidated all of your insurances, you may not be able to “cancel them”.

eligibility – eligibility

Always keep in mind that there are always specific criteria that you will need to meet before starting the integration process.

There are also minimums that are usually set when consolidation is considered, and usually the total amount you need to consolidate should be more than $10,000.

You will also have to remain in the grace period or have already started a repayment plan and have not received any previous consolidation insurances.


  1. Find a lending institution in your area that has the best offer.
  2. Use the power of the web to find a list of approved organizations.
  3. Always speak to your student council members because they will have up-to-date information about what is available and who you can see. They can also give you an idea of ​​the costs you might be looking for.

straight ahead

Looking to the future now, it may also be helpful to consider creating some kind of passive income stream that can help you in the future to repay your insurance. There are different ways you can achieve this that also won’t cost you any money.

We hope you have more information now about student insurance consolidation to help you make a more informed decision.