How is all of this “stuff” going to fit into one vehicle? You know your dorm room is only 11 by 14, and you have a roommate, correct? What floor did you say we had to carry these boxes to?
If you’ve asked these questions over the past couple of weeks and your dining room looks like a combination mini-warehouse for Target, Best Buy and Bed, Bath & Beyond, you must have a child headed off to college.
The dollar amount of all of these “necessities” can rise almost as fast as your concern over how this child that can’t remember to shut the refrigerator door is going to keep this small Fort Knox of belongings close to its current condition and more importantly, in their possession.
College students are frequent victims of crime. Knowing what to watch out for, and how to protect themselves and their property, is important to college life on campus.
After checking your insurance policies to make sure your student’s property and automobile are properly covered while they are away at college, take a minute to cover these tips that might help them as they venture away from the nest.
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