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How CSS Saves College Parents from Traveling

How CSS Saves College Parents from Traveling

You couldn’t be prouder of your kiddo — it seems just yesterday you were reminding them to finish their elementary school math homework, and now they’ve completed their first year of college! 

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5 Ways to Help Your Student Beat the Winter Blues

5 Ways to Help Your Student Beat the Winter Blues

Between academics, socializing, and extracurricular activities, college can feel like a whirlwind for college freshmen. And while this time of year is often a welcome reprieve in many ways, some students may face a serious case of the winter blues.

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What to Do When Your College Student Takes a Semester Off

What to Do When Your College Student Takes a Semester Off

If your student is considering taking a semester off of college, or taking what’s called a term withdrawal, you might have a lot of questions and concerns. 

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The College Freshman Survival Guide to Winter Break

The College Freshman Survival Guide to Winter Break

Congratulations, you’ve made it through finals and it’s time for that long, glorious winter break! 

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Need to Take a Sick Leave? How CSS Can Help

Need to Take a Sick Leave? How CSS Can Help

Over the course of 4 (or more) years in college, a lot of exciting things can happen: you meet people who will become friends for life, travel the world, land your dream job, and more. 

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Studying Abroad? Here's How to Store Your Stuff

Studying Abroad? Here's How to Store Your Stuff

For many college students, studying abroad is a dream come true. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see new sites and immerse yourself in another culture — and not just for a week or two on vacation, but for an entire semester. 

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How to Get Rid of Your Old Mattress

How to Get Rid of Your Old Mattress

For most college students, a staple of their college years is moving: out of mom & dad’s and into a dorm, then onto a frat or sorority or off-campus housing, then maybe back home with mom and dad...although hopefully not that last one. 

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