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Starting college is a major transition in a student's life (and for parents, too) and there’s lots of advice available about how to get ready. But what about heading into year two or three or four?
Returning to college for sophomore, junior or senior year is very different. The summer should be calmer and less anxious, but there is still plenty for your student to think about and do.
Some preparation over the summer (when free time is more plentiful and the pressure is off) can make the beginning of fall semester a whole lot easier.
When your college student starts their first semester, it’s not just a big deal for them. It’s a big deal for you, too. Get the First Semester Guide for College Parents now!