I've got two daughters, and I've been blessed that both of them came through college life with a stronger faith than when they started. Hanna Seymour's goal is to make that story the rule rather than the exception for every college girl. Her passion and experience make The College Girl's Survival Guide a must-read for the young lady in your life.—Dave Ramsey, bestselling 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. Hanna has the authority to teach this extremely important information to the next generation, and does it in an incredibly relatable way!—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. I've been reading Hanna's writing for a while now. Every time I read something she's written, I walk away feeling like I just sat down with a friend who sees me and understands me. This book is no exception. There is a friendliness and a wisdom to Hanna's voice that we all, college student or not, can benefit from.—Andrea Lucado, author of English Lessons: The Crooked Path of Growing Toward Faith
Hanna's well-grounded faith gives her advice the credibility parents can depend on. This is a book every college-bound girl should have in her backpack! I highly recommend parents buy this book for their daughters, nieces, and other young women about to embark upon university life. It's that valuable. I promise you can trust your daughter to Hanna.
—Barbara Rainey, creator of EverThineHome, author of Letters To My Daughters and The Art of Being a Wife
Hanna's voice to the college woman is that of a big sister and mentor with great wisdom and guidance. Her confidence and reassurance that you're not crazy, you're not alone, and it will all be okay is just what every woman needs. A must-read for every college-age woman before her first day on campus, and an incredible resource to refer back to.
—Meredith W. Boggs, Nashville-based blogger and writer