After all the hard work and preparation, your student has made it to the first day of classes. Every student’s experience is different, and it can be hard to know what to expect. We have information and advice to help with the transition.
Caring for your student's mental health
College students can be particularly susceptible to mental health challenges. It's okay to have concerns about student mental health. Find out the signs and how you can help your student if they are suffering.
One big mosaic: Embracing diversity
Part two of our diversity series shows us that embracing diversity can mean swallowing the fear of not being accepted by others based on differences.
What do college classrooms look like?
College classrooms come in all shapes and sizes. Students learn in traditional lecture halls, outdoors and in professionally simulated environments.
One big mosaic: Diversity on college campuses
A diverse college campus means students have a range of countries of origin, cultural and ethnic identities, religious beliefs, income levels and political affiliations.
What your student should do to prepare for their first semester of college
This seven-item action plan will help your student be as prepared as possible for their college adventure.
Helping your student choose their summer break adventure
Summer break ideas to help your student make the most of their free time by working toward their future while still having fun.
How to deal with changes in your college student
College will inevitably change your student in a variety of ways. These changes might be welcome changes or they could be drastic, less desirable ones.
What parents should know about college life
We’ve all been there. Needs change as your child grows. So what does parenting a college student look and feel like. We asked a parent of four college students.