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16. Campus Living
While many colleges require all Freshmen to live on campus, you still may have two or three options. Read on to find out more.

17. The Transition to College
I know you’ve heard all about the differences between high school and college, but I think you’ll learn a lot from what this lesson has to say.

18. Information about Scholarships
While applying for scholarships is only one part of the college application process, it is by far the part that will require the most work. Find out what you need to do before it's too late!

19. Information for Parents
Everyone knows about all of the new experiences that freshmen in college experience, but little attention is focused on the student’s family. Parents also experience changes, and they need to know a little of what they should expect from you. So this lesson is intended for you to take home and give to your parents.

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