Starting college involves change in your student's life - change of a significant
nature. Even students who are living at home leave behind the comfortable environment
of high school and may be leaving well-established friendships. If your college student
is older, he or she may be entering college after some time in the workforce. In either
case, first-year students who commute to college enter new social and learning environments
that present unique rewards and challenges.
The National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience offers a helpful guide
for families of commuter students that the Office of First Year Experience and Student
Retention at UVU would like to make available to families of first-year students.
For a free copy of the guide, please complete the form below and we will mail a copy
Yes, I would like a copy of A Guide for Families of Commuter Students: Supporting
Your Students Success!
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