The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...Drinking excessively puts a person at risk for anything from losing your way home to accidents, injury, or targets of crime. If drinking is part of your evening plans, be sure you stay with a group of friends. There is safety in numbers. To this day, I tell my daughters, “If one of you goes to the bathroom, you all go to the bathroom.” ..."

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"... to receive a measles shot if they could not provide documentation in English that they had been immunized against measles in the past. - Campus safety - - Security Incidents - In the aftermath of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) massacre in ..."
"...(Virginia Tech) massacre in April 2007, concerns of safe campuses have become a priority for students, parents and administrators. Historically parents and students would not have dreamed they would have to be concerned about a matriculated student committing mass murder on campus. Today, along with other issues concerning personal safety, it does cross their minds. The good news is that institutions of higher learning are taking this event very seriously. Campus security personnel are being trained on many campuses on how to deal with an event such as the one at Virginia Tech. ..."
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"... campus is composed of over 20,000 undergraduate students alone and sits on 1,450 acres of land. ▪ Students must take responsibility for their personal safety by using good common sense. ▪ Know who and how to call should problems or concerns arise. ▪ Be sure to put the campus ..."
"...oldest daughter have a credit card from them when she was 20 years old by just filling out an application. My second daughter went in to apply when she was 20, but could only obtain a ‘secured’ card, meaning that we, her parents, needed to put down a $1,000 safety net before she was approved. If she demonstrates she can handle credit responsibly by paying the card off each month, the security deposit will be returned to us after 12 months ..."

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