UE Alumni Association Insurance Program
The UE Alumni Association sponsors an Alumni Insurance Program as a service to alumni. The program offers a variety of attractively-priced insurance products, most of which are available to alumni, students, faculty, and staff, as well as their spouses, domestic partners, children, parents, and siblings:
- Auto, Home & Renters Insurance Special rates for alumni and family members living in the same household
- Life Insurance Coverage from $10,000 to $50 million
- Accidental Death Insurance Covers you 24 hours a day, every day of the year, worldwide
- Travel Insurance Travel Medical and Trip Protection for individuals or groups, for personal or business travel
- Long Term Care Insurance Protects your assets while allowing access to quality care in the most appropriate and desirable setting
- Long Term Disability Insurance Protect your income if you become too sick or injured to work
- Pet Insurance Simple, customizable dog and cat insurance plans
- Identity Theft Protection A comprehensive solution to give you peace of mind
- Small Business Insurance An all-in-one simple solution that includes a selection of plans, employee enrollment, and ongoing administration
- Advisory Services Access to licensed insurance professionals who answer questions and provide customized guidance
- Real Estate Referral Program Connects you with a network of hand-selected agents from brand name brokers in your area – and earns you a cash rebate!
- Medicare Health Exchange A combination of sophisticated technology and helpful assistance to help you choose the right Medicare plan for you.
For more information visit https://ue.meyerandassoc.com/ or contact our program administrator (Meyer and Associates) at 800-635-7801.
Top 10 Reasons to Buy Health Insurance
- When you put your health at risk, you put your finances at risk as well.
- Without health insurance, even a short-term illness or injury could cost thousands of dollars. You could lose your savings, car, or even your home, and it could affect your credit rating or even future job opportunities.
- Broken leg. Basic x-ray. Simple cast. $3,000. Now THAT hurts.
- Your parent’s policy may not provide adequate coverage if you live beyond the in-network area, and young adults who are otherwise on their own have no recourse but to obtain coverage for themselves.
- You may find yourself with a gap between the end of current health insurance and the start of coverage from a new employer.
- Some employers don’t offer insurance benefits, or the programs they do offer are prohibitively expensive.
- Employment for 18- to 24-year-olds is at 54% – the lowest since 1948, when the government started keeping track.
- Freelancers and consultants may need to find their own insurance coverage.
- Many young adults have their own families and need to consider coverage that will include their spouse or partner and children, if any.
- Going without health insurance, even for a short period of time, is Just. Plain. Dumb.