10 College Tips for Parents

by | Aug 13, 2019 | Parenting/Family, Sponsored

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10 College Tips for Parents

Raise your hand if you have a kid going to college soon! Raise your hand if you have a kid IN college!

OK. Maybe you are sitting at your computer in your kitchen, alone, raising your hand. Or maybe you are reading this on your phone in a coffee shop and you just raised your hand and everyone is looking at you. You can put your hand down now.

I have one high school graduate who completed a couple of college terms, a high school senior, and a freshman. In short: I am raising my hand with you!

My son went the community college route so I have not yet experienced the kind-of parenting where your baby moves away and off into wild, wild, west of college life. But I have A LOT of friends who have, and it appears with my senior daughter… I will be sitting in that seat within the next year. 

Over the last couple of years, I have reads COUNTLESS Facebook shares of pride and lamenting as friends have sent off their “babies” to college. Therefore, it seemed a fantastic place to go for advice for those of us who are gearing-up for this next *wonderful* phase of parenting. So here follows 10 college tips for parents BY parents!

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WOW! Right?!

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