The College Girl’s Survival Guide

52 Honest, Faith-Filled Answers to Your Biggest Concerns

Millions of young women head off to college each year believing that they are about to embark on the best four years of their life. However, almost immediately upon arrival—things are not as expected. From roommate conflicts, homesickness, relational difficulties, lack of direction, and more—college is full of challenges. And yet, this season of college life provides you this incredible opportunity to determine how you will respond in the face of challenge, and even more importantly, whether or not you learn to trust that God’s way is truly the best story you can live.

For the last ten years, I’ve had the privilege of mentoring and guiding over a thousand women, helping them navigate the transition from high school through college. The College Girl’s Survival Guide, is a culmination of all of those conversations, emails, and heart to hearts I’ve shared with those women. It contains the answers to the top 52 concerns of college girls today and is packed with down to earth, Biblically-based advice designed to help you not only make the most of your college experience, but to create habits that will propel you into your twenties and beyond.

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“Hanna Seymour’s… passion and experience make The College Girl’s Survival Guide a must-read for the young lady in your life.”
—Dave Ramsey, best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host

“The College Girl’s Survival Guide contains anything and everything a girl needs to know before she starts college…”
—Rachel Cruze, New York Times bestselling author

“If I had had The College Girl’s Survival Guide while I was in college, it would have had a permanent place on my nightstand.”
—Andrea Lucado, author of English Lessons: The Crooked Path of Growing Toward Faith

“This is a book every college-bound girl should have in her backpack!”
—Barbara Rainey, creator of EverThineHome, author of Letters to My Daughters and The Art of Being a Wife