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The Post Drop-Off Blues

The transition to college looks different this year for many families with some students learning remotely from home and others heading to campus. If you are among those parents who brought students to a college campus, you may be worried about their safety given Covid-19, and also just missing them.  Inevitably, some moms and dads shed a few tears while saying goodbye to their college matriculant—or on the long drive home. 

Some parents are surprised at the depth of the sadness…

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The Parent’s Role in The College Admission Process

The process of applying to college has more complex layers than it did when the parents of today applied to college. It can be difficult for parents to know how to help, where to step in and when to back off. Here are some guidelines:

Parent Do’s:

Support Independent Thinking. This is the first major decision a student will make and they may not know how to research and evaluate a college for fit at the outset. Let them form and grapple with their own opinions before jumping in…

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