The College Girl’s Survival Guide: Maximize Your Student Experience with Good Sense, Grace, and Faith in God by Hanna Seymour
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I co-read this book with my granddaughter who is an undergraduate at Liberty University! Ms Seymour’s heart and passion is passed on to the reader in every single chapter.
Hanna is like a dear friend who has walked on the same path just a bit sooner than the reader! Her voice is wise and friendly.
The Chapter titles are real life: “I’m super nervous about orientation;” “I’m Overwhelmed;” “I’m just not happy here;” “Help! I’m living with a stranger;” “I’m Terrified of Sharing my Faith.”
Hanna Seymour calls this a Survival Guide – we think it’s a guide to not only surviving college life but THRIVING in it.
Who should read this book?
We recommend this book for the new college student or the senior undergrad who is wondering “where do I go from here?”
Want to read this book?
The book can be purchased here.
Michele Morin says
I love that you reviewed and read alongside your granddaughter. Your relationship is such a thing of beauty!
It truly is! So blessed.
Emily | To Unearth says
I graduated from Liberty! I loved it, although it was a bit of a different atmosphere when I was a student from what it is now. 🙂 So fun that you were able to read this book alongside your granddaughter!
Emily! AN L.U. GRAD? Yay rah!!!
Nancy E. Head says
What a practical book! Thanks for reviewing something so many people need to read! God bless!
Nancy, extremely practical and highly recommended!
Milton Goh says
The adolescent years can be a trying time with lots of social pressure. A guide like this arm her with the wisdom to thrive in school like you mentioned!
YES! Thanks for commenting.