Partnering with Parents offers parents of first-year students a series of free, interactive workshops to help navigate their students’ first year at Cabrini College.
The workshops address many topics, including first-year challenges for students, financing college, and what to expect when students move back home after their first year away.
Members of the Cabrini College faculty and staff will offer parents helpful strategies. Opportunities to meet other families add to this enriching experience.
Parents of first-year students will receive mailed invitations providing detailed information about each workshop, but please feel free to email email@example.com with any questions.
2013 – 14 Schedule Topics for each workshop are subject to change.
“Homecoming Weekend - Welcome to Cabrini College”Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 at 3 p.m.
Iadarola Center, Room 118 Help your student manage first-year challenges, support your student’s integration into the Cabrini College community, and discover academic resources to assist your student in the learning process. Topics for presentation and discussion include homesickness, housing, and academic support.
“Knowing the Nuts and Bolts of Financial Aid and Class Registration”Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 at 3 p.m.
Iadarola Center Lecture Hall Learn how to help your student adjust to college life through getting involved, improving time management, and understanding the dos and don’ts of social media, among other tips. Topics include adjustment, involvement, time management, and financial aid.
“Surviving to Thriving” Friday, February 7, 2014 at 3 p.m. As your student begins the spring semester, reflect on what you and your student have learned from the first semester as you begin planning for sophomore year. Topics include roommate agreements, housing lottery, proactive student-life choices, and professional experiences.
“Moving Up, Moving Out, and Moving Home” Friday, May 2, 2014 at 3 p.m.
Iadarola Center Lecture Hall Join us for the final workshop of the year. Learn more about preparing for Move‑Out Day and supporting your student’s independence, self-sufficiency, and academic progress.