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Write A Letter To Your Brother Asking Him About His New College
The following sample letter can be used as a template for writing your own letter to a brother who is going to college for the first time.
Write A Letter To Your Brother Asking Him About His New College
I hope this letter finds you well. I was thinking about you today and wanted to write to ask about your new college experience. Have you made any friends? What classes are you taking? What is it like living on campus? I can’t wait to hear all about it!
I hope this letter finds you well! I can’t believe how fast time flies these days—you’re already starting college. Wow! It’s a big step in your life and I wanted to tell you how proud I am of you for making it happen.
I know that things are probably pretty stressful right now, what with all the packing and moving, but I also know that you’ve been working hard for years to get to this point in your life, so don’t worry about anything else except getting everything done!
I really hope that you have fun at the new school and make some great new friends. I know we’ll always be family no matter where we live or go, but it still feels like we’ve been apart for too long—so please keep me updated on how things are going!
How’s your first semester at college going? I hope you’re enjoying yourself. I know it can be hard to get used to a new place, but I bet you’ll have a great time.
I was thinking about you the other day and wanted to ask about something: how are your classes? Are they challenging? Do you like any of them yet? What has surprised you so far?
I’m sure there’s a lot of stuff I don’t even know about yet, so please feel free to let me know anything else that comes up. It would be great if we could talk sometime soon, so maybe we can set up a Skype meeting or something when the holidays are over!
I hope this letter finds you well and enjoying your new life as a freshman. I know that it’s been a crazy few months, but I wanted to take a moment to check in with you before things really get crazy.
So, how are you liking college? Are there any classes that you’re especially excited about? What are the people like? Is it everything you thought it would be or different? I want to hear all about it!
I know that our parents have been asking me about how things are going with my classes too, so here’s your chance to blow them away with how much fun you’re having at college. You can tell them that I haven’t even started studying yet (ha!).
I’m sure that once the semester starts up again, we’ll be hearing from each other more often than usual—but it’s always nice to hear from home every now and then!
Love always, [name].
I hope this letter finds you well. I wanted to write you a quick note to see how things are going. I hope you’re settling into college life, and that the people there are welcoming and kind.
I know that finding your way in a new environment can be a little scary at first, but I’m sure you’ll make some friends very quickly! It’s great that you’ve already found a dog walking job—that will help pay for food and fun things (and maybe even a little extra).
I hope that the classes are going well and that the professors are helpful. If you have any questions about anything, please don’t hesitate to ask me or Mom and Dad! We’ll always be here for you.
Love always, [your name].
I hope you are doing well! I know that it has been a while since we have talked, but I just wanted to reach out and see how things are going for you. I hope everything is going great!
I am writing because my family and I were wondering if you would be willing to share more about your new college experience. We have heard from a few of your friends that it is really fun!
Do you like the classes? Do they teach you interesting things? Are there any clubs or activities that you have joined? I would love to hear more about what it is like for you now that you are in college. You could even send me pictures if you want!
Love always, [Name].
I hope you are enjoying your new college. I am happy that you have decided to pursue higher education. My parents and I are very proud of you.
I know that college life can be difficult, especially when you are away from home. But, I want you to know that you can always call me or text me anytime if you need help or advice about anything. I will always be there for you.
I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to ask you about your new college experience. I know that you’ve been busy with school, so I wanted to make sure that I didn’t miss this opportunity to catch up.
I saw in your last email that you were having trouble with one of your classes. How did it go? Is everything ok?
Anyhow, how is everything else going? What’s happening at school? How are the other students like? What are some of your favorite things about the classes and professors? What do you like most about the campus?
I love hearing about all of these things! Please write back soon and let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you or if there’s anything else I should know!
I hope your first semester at [new college] is going well! I know that you’re probably busy with schoolwork and your new friends, but I’m writing to ask you about the classes you’re taking. What are they like? Are you learning anything useful? Are your professors nice? How’s the food in the cafeteria?
How have your dormmates been? Is there someone in particular that stands out for you? Are there any funny stories from being on campus?
It would be great to hear back from you soon. Looking forward to hearing your answers!
I hope this letter finds you well. I’m writing to ask you a few questions about your new college. I’m wondering if you’ve made any friends yet, what the classes are like and how they compare to the classes in high school, and if you’re enjoying yourself so far. The reason I ask is because I want to make sure that you are getting into the right frame of mind for college and that it isn’t too much of a shock for you. As much as we both love each other, it’s important for me to make sure that you are prepared for everything that comes with college life.
Love Always, [your name].
How are you doing? I hope you are doing well. I am very happy to hear that you got accepted in the college of your choice. It must be a great feeling to get accepted into something that you have been dreaming about for so long. I am sure that it will be a great experience for you and I would love to hear all about it when we meet next time.
I am also sending along some money for your books and other supplies that you might need. Please use this wisely and do not spend it all in one place. You know how expensive school is these days, so try and make sure that it lasts for as long as possible!
I hope to see you soon!
Dear [brother’s name],
I hope you are having a wonderful time at [the college’s name]. It seems like such a great place! I’m so happy for you—you’ve always been such an amazing student. I can’t wait to hear all about your classes and your friends, but mostly, I just want to know how much you love it there.
I was thinking of you today because… well, because it’s been a while since we’ve talked! And I miss that. So here goes:
How are the classes? What are you taking? Do you have any favorite professors or courses yet? Do they have a good library? Are the dorms nice? What do they have on the cafeteria menu this week? (If you can’t tell me, then tell me what your favorite food is and send me a picture!)
What are some things about campus life that surprised you when you got there? Were there things that surprised you about yourself? Have any of your dreams come true so far? Like… which one did first?!
Do any of your friends live in the same dorm as you? That would be so cool if they did! Do they like living together or do they wish they had their own space too sometimes.
How has your first week of college been? I want to know about everything that is going on. How are you adjusting to the new environment? What are your classes like? Is it hard to make friends? Do you have a girlfriend yet?
I am so excited for you! I wish I could be there with you, but since I can’t, I will just have to wait until Christmas break. It seems like ages away right now, but it will be here before we know it.
Let me know how things are going and if there is anything that I can do from home to help out with school stuff.
Love always, [your name].
I can’t believe that you’re going to college! What a huge step, and I’m so proud of you. I know you’re going to do great things at [college name].
Since we last wrote, so many things have happened. I got a new job as the Chief Financial Officer at [company name]. They pay me more than I ever imagined possible, and it’s such a fun place to work. It’s been really nice getting back into the swing of things after my maternity leave.
What about you? How’s school going? Are you adjusting to dorm life okay? Do any of your roommates have any weird habits or smell like body odor? What’s your class schedule like? Who are some good professors to take classes from? Have you made any friends yet? Tell me everything!
Hope all is well!
How are you? I hope everything is going well. I am writing to ask if you would be able to provide me with some information about your new college. I am particularly interested in the following:
-The campus size and layout
-The social life on campus
-The academic opportunities available at your school
I hope you are doing well. It has been a while since I last talked to you and I wanted to get in touch with you. How is college? Are you enjoying your classes? What classes are you taking?
I hope you are doing well in school. I can’t wait to see you when we visit next month! Can’t wait to see the new house.
Love, Your Sister.
I am so excited that you are going to college! I can’t wait to hear all about it. What’s the best part of your classes? Do you like your roommate? What are you looking forward to doing in your free time?
I think it will be so fun to have a new family member at college. It will be a chance for us to get to know each other better, and I’m really looking forward to that.
How are things going for you so far? How do you like living on campus? Are you doing well in class? Anything else exciting happen lately that we should talk about? I’d love for us both to share our stories!