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College means more responsibility, more freedom, and more choices for your child than he or she may have ever had before. Making the transition can be tricky for students and parents alike.

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Guest Editor

Kevin F. Gaw, Ph.D.

The current President of the American College Counseling Association.

Executive Editor:
College Parents of America

 

Editors:
Jennifer Kirshman, M.Ed., Shannon Schnuck, M.Ed. & Denise Daniels, Ph.D.