College Life 101: Freshman Orientation (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the College Life series.
- #2: College Life 102: Social Learning (Paperback): $13.95
- #3: College Life 201: Sophomore Studies (Paperback): $13.95
- #4: College Life 202: Core Principles (Paperback): $14.95
- #5: College Life 301: Junior Seminar (Paperback): $14.95
- #6: College Life 302: Advanced Placement (Paperback): $15.95
- #7: College Life 401: Senior Experience (Paperback): $15.95
- #8: College Life 402: Undergrad Completion (Paperback): $21.95
- #9: College Life 501: Post-Grad Management (Paperback): $24.95
When it comes to life, class is always in session
Leaving home for the first time to attend college is stressful enough. But when the roommate lottery of Paradise Valley University strikes, it produces couples who have absolutely nothing in common; causing personality clashes which takes the stress to a whole new level. Dismay hits Sidra Howard, the prim and proper princess, when she contemplates spending an entire semester with Chasity Parker, the troubled beauty with a sharp tongue and even sharper claws. Malajia Simmons, a boy crazed, attention seeking diva, is no happier. Not only does she get stuck with the upper bunk bed, she has to share a triple room with Alexandra Chisolm, a nosey and overbearing, self proclaimed "know-it-all". But even the meddling Alexandra isn't as bad as Emily Harris, the shy, mommy's girl with a non-existent backbone.
Coming to college to escape her home life, Chasity hopes to get through the semester without any problems. Her hopes are tainted once she begins to have to resist the advances of a determined football star, on top of dealing with family drama which seems to have followed her. Alexandra's need to fix everyone's problems not only rubs her roommates the wrong way, it also causes her to fall blind to the problems brewing with the boyfriend that she left behind. Eventually she'll be forced to face the issues head on. Emily's refusal to come out of her shell is too much to handle for party girl Malajia, whose main purpose is to have fun and be seen. The same doesn't apply to Sidra, who's more concerned with trying to keep her over-the-top stress level under control.
These five young women try to handle family drama, pressure, and conflicts; all while trying to maintain their grades. They quickly learn that college life isn't what they expected and must adapt to their new environment if they ever hope to make it through their first semester.