As parents of college students, we want to make sure our sons and daughters have all the comforts of home: care packages, bedsheets (that fit!), and delicious meals. It's a bit more difficult, though, to figure out how we can help them achieve academic success.
A subscription to a top-notch news source, such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, or The Economist, is one of the best academic resources you can provide your student. My parents got me a subscription to The Wall Street Journal when I was a student. The Journal gave me inspiration for assignments, ideas for class discussions, and perspective I would not have sought out on my own otherwise. The Journal brought life to my college education and I grew intellectually from reading it each day.
Here at University Parent, we’re pleased to announce that we have partnered with The Wall Street Journal to enable college parents to buy their students a subscription to this incredible academic resource for 75% off the regular price.
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You’ve already made a big investment in your student. Give them a tool that will add context to what they’re learning and make them better prepared for a career after graduation.