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From move-in day to graduation and beyond, we’re here to answer all your questions from your first-year student’s transition to college to life after graduation.
Big choices and big changes are on the horizon. Read all about the best cures for “senioritis”, making the final college choice, what to do if your student is waitlisted, options if college isn’t the right path for your student, senior application and more!
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We provide the resources and support you need to stay informed and connected. Whether your student is finishing high school, halfway through their undergraduate career or approaching graduation, we’re here for you.
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We've got you covered from insider advice to answering the most frequently asked parent questions. Let us help you navigate the college experience.
From campus tours to the Common App essay, we have advice and information to reduce stress and increase success.
Financial literacy is key to making college affordable and ensuring your student graduates without a heavy burden of debt. Find essential advice and information about budgets, scholarships, student loans and more.
Whether they’re living in a dorm or off campus, you can help your student have the best possible residential experience. Explore topics like getting along with roommates, how to find a great off-campus apartment, and more!
What makes a successful college student? How do majors and minors work? How can your student stay on track for an on-time graduation? Learn all about it here.
Each semester brings new challenges and opportunities for your college student. From co-curricular activities to campus jobs and study abroad, help your student thrive.
Mental and physical health are central to happiness and success during college. There’s lots to cover when you talk to your student: sleep, alcohol and drug use, stress management, relationships and more. Let’s get the conversations started!
You want to be confident that your student will be ready for life after graduation. Start now to support a smooth and successful transition from campus to career.