Here’s exactly how this book will help you to be your son or daughter’s college hero.
Chapter 2 gives guidance on exploring college options, from what to ask on campus tours to considering Christian vs. secular schools.
Chapter 4 breaks down the best way to decide which school to go to (including things you may not have considered).
Chapter 5 gives you a complete guide to financial aid, including easy-to-follow explanations of complicated terms.
And, because getting into college is only the beginning…
Did you know that 65% of students who go for a four year degree end up taking 6 years to graduate? Taking that long to graduate means less time in the workforce, more student debt...and more frustration for everyone.
So, The Modern Guide to College has you covered for the college years and beyond.
The During College section of the book has 6 full chapters dedicated to everything from making a successful transition to campus life, to time management, getting good grades, and how to secure a dream internship.
The After College section of the book covers everything from job searching to applying to graduate school...and even encourages lifelong learning.
Who is Dr. Kent Ingle, and why is he giving his book away for free?
As president of Southeastern University for nearly a decade, Dr. Kent Ingle’s job is to make sure students succeed...and he knows that when students are supported at home, they’re set up for an even higher level of success. That’s because the number one factor for whether or not a student succeeds in college is from the support they get from their parents.
Dr. Ingle believes so strongly in parental support of college students that he’s giving his book away for free, so that all students and parents can feel empowered as they start on the right college path...together. He wrote The Modern Guide to College to give parents like you a go-to college resource for your student — from applications and getting scholarships, to getting good grades…to graduation and landing their first job!
Chad Veach Says...
As the father of three: one college graduate, one college student, and one high school junior, I found this book tremendously helpful in every facet of the process...from picking a major to finding a scholarship. A must read.
This is an unbelievable book, helping so many families and students.