Hanna Seymour

Hanna Seymour has mentored thousands of college women over the years. Her book, “The College Girl’s Survival Guide” contains the answers to the top 52 concerns of college girls today and is packed with down to earth, Biblically-based advice. Hanna received her B.A. from James Madison University, and her M.Ed. from the University of South Carolina. Hanna lives in Nashville, TN with her husband, Tyler. You can learn more about Hanna at HannaSeymour.com.

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Hanna Seymour and Jaqueline Anderson Meza tell their stories of courtship and dating their husbands. Deepak Reju has some advice for singles who are lonely and dateless on a Friday night. Shaunti Feldhahn gives her perspective on the singles' landscape based on her research. View Show Notes →
Hanna Seymour talks about the eye-opening reality of the party culture on campus. Hanna encourages young women to stand firm in their faith, as she did, and to seek help if necessary. View Show Notes →
Starting college can be scary for the student and parent alike.Hanna Seymour helps young women prepare for college by talking honestly about what they can expect when they get there. View Show Notes →
College will be the best four years of your life... or maybe not. Hanna Seymour talks about the realities of college life, including boyfriends, homesickness, roommates, and other college pressures. View Show Notes →