College Process: Move-In Day Has Arrived!
We previously gave you information about College Acceptance time, and how it is an important time for a young Millennial going off to College, and what they should learn in College. We now give you common knowledge about the point, and time of the College process that a young Millennial has reached, called Move-In Day, and the start of their College lives.
The decision deadline of May 1, or an Early Decision, or Early Action Date, usually Oct. 1 or Nov. 1, is now long gone, and parents have now sent a deposit check to the secondary institution of higher learning that their child has chosen to attend, and are preparing to send in tuition checks, after each semester is over, or after each year that their child is at the chosen school, depending on how, and when, the College that their child is at, sends it to them, and how the school has their payment schedules, and plans set up, so that their child can keep attending the school that their child has chosen to go to each semester for the next four years of their life, or however long it takes their child to complete their degree, and the amount of time their child decides to finish their degree, and wrap up their College experience all together.
It is now time for parents’ college-age child, or children, also dependent on however many they have, and, or who are going to College, to continue their education based on the school that they decided to attend after high school four months ago if they followed the regular, and normal timetable of deciding what school to attend to extend, and further their education, or 11 months, give or take, if they decided on a school earlier than the aforementioned normal decision deadline.
Some students moved in to their dorm rooms at dormitories they previously chose to stay in for at least their first year at their secondary institution of higher learning last week as their classes began Monday, while others began their classes at the end of last week, and moved into their new quarters in the middle of the week to prepare, and get ready for the start of classes. Other students might have moved in, and started classes on different days, and at different times, while others are moving in, and starting classes this week, but all of them had, and have the same objective on Move-In Day, of moving in, starting classes and beginning College.
Students who at the regular, and normal four months, and also the aforementioned Early Action, or Early Decision deadline, might not have had a plan to continue their education, did not want to go to College, and go into the job force right after they graduated high school, or wanted to take a year off, or had to go straight into the job market to support their family, a family, or continue working at their job that they were working in during high school, and go to College later in their life, whichever the case may have been.
With students either moved in, or getting moved in to their collegiate living spaces, which they may stay in again the next year that they are at the school they are at, or future years, unless they transfer from the College to another College at any point in between, leading up to the day they graduate from College overall, it is now also time for them to make new friends, in addition to anyone that they already know, who is, or are either also just starting out at the same College they are at, or currently at, and are in the midst of their studies at, or finishing up at, and graduating from, whichever their case may be.
In addition to finding out where they can eat, and where the good places on their campus to do so are, the College that they have selected to go to, are enrolled in, and are at, are; the new friends that young Millennials make, should be connections that young Millennials at College should want to keep in contact with, and part of their network while they are at the secondary institution of higher learning that they are enrolled in, and after they graduate from the school, and enter, and are in the workforce.