Welcome FYE16 Conference Attendees!
This is an extra-special year for College Transition Publishing. Not only are we introducing a full series of Life During College Success Guides at FYE16 (see below), this is also our 16th year in business, our WebApp is now available on ALL of our publications, and we recently introduced a new division to our business, Veteran Transition Publishing. 2016 is definitely going to be GREAT!
While attending FYE16, be sure to connect with our President, Terry Arndt. He will be passing out complimentary copies of the Life During College books at Booth #74 – co-hosted with his good-friend, Jullien Gordon. You can also hear Terry speak at these two events:
Monday, Feb. 22 (4:15-5:15), Life During Community College – Your Guide to Success, Salon E
Tuesday, Feb. 23 (10:30-11:30), Serving Veterans on Campus – Best Practices, Salon 17
As you know, College Transition Publishing develops academic, career and financial success programs for future and current college students, as well as recent college graduates. Our mission is to provide students, and those who serve them, with the information, tools and resources that empower students to achieve success in all aspects of their lives. In addition to publishing the industries highest-rated publications on college transition issues, we also produce a wide range of free supplemental resources, including webcasts with industry leaders, best practices meetings, white papers, networking opportunities, and more. If you are not on our newsletter, we encourage you to sign-up today to receive updates on new resources, publications and events. In addition, if you are interested in publishing an article, white paper or even a new book – let us know! We are always looking to add valuable content for our clients.
We are excited to offer you the opportunity to download a complimentary copy of one of our Life During College publications. Below are descriptions and additional information for each. To receive your complimentary download, simply click the button below.
Life During College: Your Guide to Success
The MOST comprehensive, value-oriented college transition guide on the market. Packed with information, resources and tools to ensure your student achieves academic, personal, social, financial and career success throughout their college experience.
Life During College: The Online Learner's Guide to Success
(First Edition) – Available March 2016
Life During College is a comprehensive guide developed to assist new Online Learners achieve academic, personal, financial and career success while completing their online education.
The WebApp service is an annual subscription based on the number of end users. With an annual service fee as low as $1/user*, the WebApp revolutionizes how readers access any of our books.
Life During Community College: Your Guide to Success
(First Edition) – Available March 2016
Life During Community College is a comprehensive guide developed to assist students achieve achieve academic, personal, social, financial and career success while attending community college and beyond.
Life During College: The Veteran's Guide to Success
The ESSENTIAL college transition guide written specifically for military veterans – covering academic, personal, social, financial and career success.
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