Starting college mid-year

Starting college mid-year

Most first-year college students move to campus in the fall, but that’s not always the case. Some students decide to wait a semester, attend community college or work and save money. Other students are offered spring admission from the college itself. If your student will enter college mid-year, you may have a few questions and concerns. What

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Healthy meal ideas for students living off campus

Healthy meal ideas for students living off campus

Good nutrition is the foundation for feeling energetic, alert and strong, but eating well can be a challenge for college students who live off campus. They are at the mercy of student budgets, transportation limitations and novice (or nonexistent!) cooking skills. I know because I have seen my own two college-aged children struggle to prepare easy,

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Mid-year money conversations

Mid-year money conversations

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As the proud parent of a college student, it might feel as if your parenting days are almost over, but there is one important area where your almost-adult child can still use plenty of input and guidance: smart money management. Newfound financial freedom can be intoxicating. There are so many interesting things to do on

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Help your student power through finals

Help your student power through finals

The weeks between Thanksgiving and winter break are tough on students. No way to sugar coat it. They are buried in work: reading, exam preparation, final projects, more reading, paper writing, etc. Some first-year students experience another wave of homesickness after the Thanksgiving holiday. Seniors are extra stressed as they work on theses and capstone

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  • We're so glad you found the list useful and hope your son is having a good adjustment to college!