University Parent Shares Tips on Transitioning from High School to College on #CampusChat

If you have a college-bound senior, it’s time to get ready for the next step: college. It’s a new step in your teen’s life and an emotional one for both of you. What can you expect over the next few months? How can you prepare for move-in day? What do you need to know to help your student handle this transition?

University Parent wants to help prepare you for every aspect of the transition: from summer emotions, to dorm shopping, to move-in day, to dealing with the empty nest.

University Parent helps parents connect with other parents, share insights, and help with positive reinforcement during this transitional time. At University Parent you can follow links to connect with other parents and post questions and get answers–from experts and other parents who are going through the same transition.

WHAT: #CampusChat – Transitioning from high school to college (for both parent and student)

WHEN: May 11, 1PM ET

WHO: @4CollegeParents @collegevisit @suzanneshaffer

HOW TO JOIN: Follow the #CampusChat hashtags

SPREAD THE WORD:   TWEET – Get advice from @4collegeparents (University Parent) on #CampusChat Wed. 1PM ET (Register here for two great prizes!)

PRIZES:

A copy of University Parent’s “Guide to Supporting Your Student’s Freshman Year”

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A Sturdy Canvas College Laundry Bag

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HOW TO ENTER: To be eligible, you must:

  1. RSVP by leaving your Twitter handle in the comments below. (If you aren’t on Twitter, it’s easy—and free—to sign up. Go to www.twitter.com to see how)
  2. Participate in the chat from 1PM-2PM ET on Wednesday, May 11.

Author: Suzanne Shaffer

Suzanne Shaffer advises parents and students in the college admissions process and the importance of early college preparation at ParentsCountdowntoCollegeCoach.com. She is excited to share her knowledge with the readers of Smart College Visit.

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