Special guest Coree Burton from Purdue’s Residence Life is back sharing important things to consider before deciding to live off campus.
Special guest Coree Burton from Purdue’s Residence Life sharing his expertise on the top three things a new beginner can do to help set themselves up for a great university housing experience..
I found an amazing and brilliant person that created a custom planner with college students in mind. She agreed to join me on my podcast this week to talk about how the adolescent brain works, how the role of the parent shifts from teller to coach, and the top 3 ‘adulting skills’ to teach your student before they head off to college. Lesley even threw out a bonus tip on the benefits for a student (and parents) to develop a mindfulness habit to truly take things to the next level.
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This week I’m talking about what happens when your college emails you to say you are not a student anymore. Your grades just didn’t make the cut for two or more semesters and now you aren’t a student there any more.
I got you.
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First, remember this is a circumstance.
It’s not good.
It’s not bad.
What you chose to think about it is what matters.
What should you think? Well let’s look back and the last couple semesters to see if we can uncover why you are where you are today.
Do any of these situations resonate with you?
This episode is dedicated to all the things the parent of a college student must figure out despite FERPA and HIPPA. Godspeed, friends! It is not easy.
Your student’s health
You are most likely still the provider of insurance coverage, copays and deductibles. However once they turn 18 your ability to easily manage all that has become challenging.
Likewise FERPA creates a very similar challenge on the academic side of life. Your student is looking to you for support and guidance and paying tuition and housing. But you have to figure out how to do that as someone on the outside.
Now many universities have parent or guardian access that students can provide to those that are helping them. But those are not necessarily easy to figure out, there is typically more than one, and you will most likely need some uninterrupted time with your student to set...
When we become mothers there is this seemingly natural phenomenon that happens to us. We tend to pay more attention to the health and care of our spouse and our children and let our own take the back seat. This week I’m talking with Alma about how to get your own health back.
Alma Ronquillo is the founder of Nourished by Alma….she specializes in Gut Health, with her mission being to bring Spiritual and Physical Gut health into harmony.
I was so intrigued as I personally let my own health suffer to the point of emergency surgery just a few months after losing my youngest child.
We talk about why we tend to ignore our own health, some tactics on how to handle empty nest syndrome, and some practical advisor to more forward.
Remember yourself at their age and what you needed. Try to be that person to your emerging adult.
This week I’m covering my recommended To Do’s once Final Grades are released.
Where to find them, how to fix incorrect grades, and next steps depending on the grades.
While May 1 has lost a little of the “umphf” it had prior to COVID it’s still an important date for every high school senior and college administrator.
For your student, the list of To Do’s seems to multiple like mushrooms at night and they all are very close together in due dates.
For college admin, it’s very similar. Lots of planning and anticipation based on those May 1 commitments before the first day of class.
Here are some things you can share with your student to help with their decision making.
Confirm the due date for your college/s of interest.
Consider your own...
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