This is what college life really looks like.
In Part One and Part Two of our "Wasted Youth: What Freshman Year In College Is REALLY Like" series, we took you on campus, into dorms, and behind closed doors to find out what our kids are up to when they leave the safety and security of their parents' homes for the first time. And although we expected kids to be partying and having fun, we never thought that these teens would be putting themselves and others in such danger.
Yesterday, we introduced you to 18-year-old freshman "Alicia" and her friends as they downed countless shots in their dorm rooms before embarking on their night of partying in town.
Now find out what happened to "Alicia" and her friends as their night continued. What we saw should make you think twice about what your teens are up to at college. Take a look:
What we found on campus was just the tip of the iceberg. We surveyed over 2,500 college freshmen from around the country to find out how much partying they actually do.
The results are downright scary. Check out the full results of our 2008 College Freshmen Survey.
Tomorrow, in the final chapter of our five-part series, momlogic's experts Dr. Cara Natterson and Vanessa Van Petten tell you how to keep your kids safe when they leave home for the first time. Their advice could save your child's life.