Running away from zombies or wrestling with werewolves is kids’ stuff when you’ve got roommate issues to deal with.
Staten Island, NY (PRWEB) October 13, 2011
'Tis the season to feel shivers up your spine, so long as they are induced by a Halloween prank and not the thought of going to college, of course. But if you do equate going back to school with starring in a slasher film, there’s hope: The CollegeBound Network’s free guide to “Surviving the Back-to-School Jitters.”
Roommates and loans and cafeteria food, oh my! College-bound students will breathe a sigh of relief just knowing that they’re not alone when it comes to feeling the heebie-jeebies about starting college. More importantly, however, the Jitters guide, free to those who visit The CollegeBound Network’s blog “College: U Got It?” will help them to put things into perspective and shed some light on how to channel that nervous energy in order to emerge victorious in all aspects of college life.
Running away from zombies or wrestling with werewolves is kids’ stuff when you’ve got roommate issues to deal with. The same goes for battling homesickness and eluding the Freshman 15. But unlike the silly people who run into the house when the madman is chasing them, you’ve got a much better chance of survival with CBN’s guide.
Gina LaGuardia, VP of content development at CBN, explains: “Students are grappling with a ton of emotions when they go to college, but we’re hoping that being scared out of their wits isn’t one of them. If it is, we’re here to help.”
About The CollegeBound Network
Since 1987, The CollegeBound Network (CBN) has worked with America’s leading colleges, universities, and career schools in connecting learners with educational opportunities. More than 3 million surfers utilize CBN’s sites, including CollegeBound.net, CollegeSurfing.com, MyEducation.com, MyGlobalEducation.com, SpaBeautySchools.com, and others. CBN specializes in recruitment lead generation solutions for 1,000+ educational institutions and 3,500 campuses using 15+ websites, robust content, a dedicated Student Services division, various social media platforms, daily blogs, etc.