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VCU Family Webinar: Adulting and Your Student – You and Your Student’s Rights and Responsibilities

As your student enters the world of adulthood, navigating the rights and responsibilities they now have and understanding new limitations on your rights over them can be tricky. This webinar will educate you about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and discuss what it means for you. We will be joined by representatives […]

VCU Family Webinar: Weeks of Welcome – How to Navigate the First 6 Weeks

The first six weeks are full of challenge and excitement as students begin to learn about their new role as an adult while balancing that with a new social scene and academic expectations. In this webinar, you’ll learn about how your student can get involved on campus and in the city of Richmond. Some students […]

VCU Family Webinar: Paying for College – Understanding and Paying the Tuition Bill

Students finance their education through a combination of scholarships, grants, work-study, loans and personal funds. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about the comprehensive list of financial aid options available to you and your student, as well as important upcoming deadlines to be aware of. We will walk through what a tuition bill looks like […]

VCU Family Webinar: Making the move – Move-In

This webinar provides families with important information for a successful arrival process. Our presenters will answer all of your questions while highlighting Move-In Day logistics for students living on campus, what to bring, what not to bring, and our Weeks of Welcome festivities. We will also provide advice for families of students choosing to live […]

VCU Family Webinar: Equal Access for Every Student

All VCU students deserve a learning environment where they have equal access to every aspect of the University’s programs, services, and activities. In this webinar, Student Accessibility and Educational Opportunity will share how we do this through partnerships with students, faculty, and staff to promote students’ independence and to ensure the recognition of students’ abilities, not […]

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