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College Transition Tips for Parents: 5 Valuable College Policies Your Student Needs To Know

This is the second in a series this month all about college transition tips for parents and getting prepared. College transition is hard especially for students with ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental health conditions. Getting accommodations is vital as well as maintaining time and mental wellbeing. What if something goes wrong? I mean really wrong, like life went sideways-type wrong. It happens, more than you think. So, what options does a student have if something occurs that impacts school in a negative way? 

Learn about five of the most important policies that can help your student navigate through some of college’s most challenging moments. Most importantly, two of these policies can save your student’s life and the life of someone else’s student. No joke, these two policies are here to save lives, bottom line. A close second is keeping your student in school. 

I hope you never need these policies, ever. If you do, you’ll know which policies can help and when to use them. The best part is that once you inform your student of these policies, it won’t be the first time they’ve heard of them. That means your student is more inclined to remember them and use them if necessary. Repetition works. So, grab a notebook and pen, and take some notes. This is a College Transition Tips for Parents episode you’ll want to have on hand if you need them. So, bookmark this page so you can come back to it any time.

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