1. Set the tone correctly. Make sure your child knows you are proud of them and their
accomplishments. Make this experience easier by letting them know they will have a
good experience no matter where they go.
2. Be there for your child as they can possibly be going through one of the most difficult
times if they do not get accepted into their college of top choice. Remind them of the real
reasons why they must’ve been turned down. This could be due to a higher number of
applicants than expected in comparison to the number of positions they have open. For
students that have gotten into their school of choice, they may feel great initially, but then
the anxiety comes in about possibly having to leave home, friends, or having to start
3. Let your child settle in the news they have gotten. This is an experience that can turn
into a learning moment as what to do with sudden news like this, possibly life-changing
4. Celebrate any college acceptance letters your child may have gotten. Getting into
college isn’t an easy goal. It takes hard work and dedication for years in order to get
accepted into a nice institution. Talk with them to see how they would like to approach or
celebrate the circumstances.
5. If a student is unhappy where they are currently attending or planning on attending,
remind them that there is always an option to transfer.
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