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Roundup of Helpful Posts for March

March truly marks a turning point in the college year.  Not only is it the time for midterm exams and for the legendary spring break, it is also the point at which the end of the school year seems almost within reach.  Students know they are coming into the “home stretch” of their academic year.  This provides both relief and its own stress.  There’s still so much to be done.  Some students may realize that they are not going to turn around a difficult academic start and need to make plans.  Students may be worrying about summer jobs or summer school.  Students need to be thinking and making plans for the next year – housing choices, roommates, fall schedules, majors, internships.  Seniors face the ultimate stress of finding a job or getting into graduate school.

Last March we did a roundup of posts that may be helpful to both you and your student at this pivotal point in the academic year.  You may view our roundup from last year here.  It contains many helpful articles.  This post contains a list of posts we’ve written over the past year that may be helpful at this point in the calendar.

Planning ahead

Should My College Student Live Off Campus?

College Acceptance – or Rejection – Letters: Ten Ways Parents Can Help College Students Cope

Why Your College Student Should Consider an Internship

How to Help Your College Student Use the Summer Months Wisely

Is Your College Student Preparing for the World of Work?

Finishing the year

Are You Ready for the Pomp and Circumstance?

College Commencement’s Coming: Is Your College Student Ready?

Using Senior Year to Prepare Your Student for College Success

Coping with difficulty

When the College Experience Hits a Roadblock: Helping Your Student Deal with Dissatisfaction

How Parents Can Help Their Student in Trouble

Signs That Your College Student May Be in Trouble

When Your College Student is Unhappy

How You Can’t Help Your College Student Stay in School

Is Your College Student Stressed?  Probably.

Talking to Your College Student About Stress

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