“Personal, potent, practical and portable. Insightful, inspirational, humorous, and encouraging.

 

Deljah Dickson has removed the veil of apprehension, anxiety and confusion that has loomed as a daunting obstacle in the minds and hearts of almost every college freshman in the form of the proverbial question: "What am I getting into?"

 

Her personal excursion into the halls of academia was an education in the classroom before learned professors as well as a study on how to avoid the pitfalls of non-scholastic life. It is a must-read for every freshman and parent of every freshman. Dickson exposes the threatening giants and the little foxes that seek to discourage and destroy the potential positive experience of academic pursuit.

 

This is a guide for survival for every new collegian. Should be mandatory for every college freshman!

 

Dr. Kenneth C. Ulmer D. Min., Ph.D. Bishop, Faithful Central Bible Church Inglewood, California


Book Cover Topics on:
Leaving Home
The Roommate
Eating for Survival
Freshman 15
Remembering Your Self Worth
Maintaining Your Values and Religious Beliefs

 

 

Extras:
Preparing for college countdown

College shower list
Personal Journal
Calendar