Have a student heading off to college this fall? Congratulations. They might be surprised that much of the learning they’ll do over the next four years has less to do with the classroom than with life. If they’re like many young adults, college is the first time they’ll have to keep their own schedule, plan their own meals, manage their health and pay their own way. Hopefully, as parents, you have prepared them as best you can. But as with many things in life, some lessons have to be learned the hard way. For 10 tips to help them — and you — along the way, visit our sister site, Living on the Cheap. Some basic stuff — and some tips you may not have thought about on your own.