Larson Texts, Inc. Debuts New Program for First-Year Experience Students

Dr. Malcolm Kahn and Dr. Sue Kahn Create a Comprehensive Guide to College Success

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College Success & YOU

College Success & YOU

We wrote this book to help students succeed during their transition to college and during their journey from students to career-ready professionals.

Erie, PA (PRWEB) March 15, 2014

Larson Texts, Inc. is proud to announce that College Success & YOU: Achieving Your Goals is now available as part of its andYOU.com series of textbooks. The textbook combines expert guidance and instructional support with applications to realistic scenarios students are likely to face during their college years.

College Success & YOU was written by Dr. Malcolm Kahn and Dr. Sue Kahn, two first-year experience experts. The authors worked together to assemble their knowledge and experiences into this comprehensive guide to success for students in first-year experience or other college orientation and success courses.

“We have taught and counseled thousands of first-year college students over our careers,” said Malcolm and Sue. “We wrote this book to help students succeed during their transition to college and during their journey from students to career-ready professionals.”

The College Success & YOU program provides students and instructors with a number of valuable features, including an Interactive eBook App and a discussion board where students can interact with their peers from across the country.

“Malcolm and Sue used their expertise to create the ideal first-year experience program,” said Matthew Totzke, CEO of Larson Texts, Inc. “We are very excited to continue our tradition of producing industry-leading educational materials and are proud to add College Success & YOU: Achieving Your Goals to our line of programs.”

To learn more about College Success & You: Achieving Your Goals please visit CollegeSuccess.andYOU.com or LarsonTexts.com.


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