Posts tagged: Students

Questions to Ask Your High School Senior Leaving for College

By Bailey Linton on March 20, 2019

When I was a high school senior, there was nothing that excited me more than leaving for college.

It truly was nothing against my parents. I was simply ready to move on from the melodrama in high school.

I was looking to places beyond where I had grown up and was ready to spread my wings and explore. My parents, however, were a bit less thrilled than I was.

That's right Moms, this blog post is for…

Can University Athletics Really Make a Worldwide Difference?

By Bailey Linton on May 3, 2019

In my time at Cornerstone University, I have often been asked about what makes Cornerstone University so special. One of the first school initiatives I always make sure to point people toward is Night of Nets.

Night of Nets is a global campaign that involves different groups from across the world coming together to end malaria, which is a deadly disease. All proceeds of Cornerstone's Night of Nets…

Encouraging Your College Student

By Elizabeth Boock on March 11, 2020

The day has finally come to send your student to college. He may be your first, middle or last, but no matter what, it's a big change. For the first time, your student will be "on their own."

In some ways, this will be a lot harder for you than it will be for the student. Letting go and having faith that you've prepared your student well can be difficult, but it's also the best thing for both of you…