Cart is empty   Cart is empty
Loading...
Loading

For Students

Naked Roommate’s First Year Survival Workbook

ISBN: 9781402264986

By: Harlan Cohen

Published: July 2012

Available Formats

Paperback

$16.99


Description

An Amazing College Experience Starts with You!

The Naked Roommate’s First Year Survival Workbook is your personal roadmap to creating and living your own very best college experience. Based on the bestselling book, The Naked Roommate: And 107 Other Issues You Might Run Into in College, this guidebook is the ultimate companion for a student looking to have the most successful and productive first year. Harlan Cohen, the most trusted voice on the college transition, and expert instructor Cynthia Jenkins give you ways to evaluate your expectations, interests, and concerns about college life, and then track them against the real deal as you make your way through the exciting, surprising, and, yes, sometimes difficult first year experience.

Filled with 107 Naked activities and exercises covering:
• Finding your place(s) on (and off) campus
• Making friends, talking to parents, and paying for college
• Juggling the perks and pitfalls of technology
• Study strategies, classroom essentials, and instructor insights
• Roommates, relationships, drinking, drugs, sex, no sex, and more...(roommate contract included)

If you are open to possibilities and ready to expect the unexpected, some of the best years of your life are about to begin.

About the Author

Harlan Cohen

Harlan Cohen is one of the most widely read and respected syndicated advice columnists for people in their teens and twenties. His column, "Help Me, Harlan!," is distributed by King Features Syndicate. Harlan regularly tours high school and college campuses giving presentations to students, professionals and parents. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Hide


Specs

Format: Paperback

Dimensions
Length: 9 in
Width: 7 in
Weight: 1.00 oz
Page Count: 400 pages

Excerpt

Welcome to the Naked Workbook

If you're reading this, I assume that high school is behind you (or almost behind you) and college is now in front of you. While you worked hard

See More