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Answered 2005-07-02 03:16:25

as long as your child continues to be a full time student, then they are covered until they graduate. That may not be the case. Most insurance will cover a student to age 21 - 25. So if the student wants to pursue a doctorate that will take them past their cutoff date then they will be terminated. It depends on the policy.

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