Parent Orientation Luncheon with Keynote Speaker: David Coleman
The Art of College Parenting
Just as a paintbrush, palette and canvas are the tools an artist uses to perfect their craft, experience, intellect, patience, compassion and love are the provisions parents rely upon as they adapt to parenting a college student. Just as the college experience has a profound impact upon the lives of students (and usually a very positive one), it has an equally significant impact upon the lives of parents. This important Orientation program prepares parents for what lies ahead.
In those final moments just before dropping their son or daughter off on the campus doorstep (following Orientation), very little that parents say to their children will have a profound impact on how those students adapt to or progress through college. Why? Because by this point, parents have done all they can to lay the moral, ethical and spiritual foundation to help guide the decisions their sons and daughters will make while in college.
In this lighthearted yet highly educational program, parents' fears are alleviated and their most basic and pressing questions are answered. The success of this program also involves the wisdom of VIP's - Veteran Informed Parents - those who either currently have or have already had a son or daughter go through the college "experience." Bottom line: It all comes down to how parents and students work together to make college the exceptional learning experience it is intended to be. This Parent Orientation program is a sure fire way to begin that process.
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