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Collegiate Singles

Ages 18-22

AM I SINGLE?

Defining the college age student is impossible. The average age of a college student is around 28 while most people who start college never finish. But, we acknowledge there is a difference for the 18-22 year old adult and those who are single in this age range. We define these singles as collegiate. Young adults are still defining themselves as adults and statistically many will find themselves single into their early 20’s. Our focus at Table For One is for everyone to know they are Complete in Christ. This is no difference for collegiate. You are facing the early glimpses of being an adult. We want you to know that regardless of your relationship status, you are Complete in Christ.

Never Married
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Percentage of unmarried U.S. residents 18 and older in 2011 who had never been married. Another 24 percent were divorced, and 14 percent were widowed.

Source:

America’s Families and Living Arrangements: 2018

Single not married
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Represents the number of adults not married in the US between ages 18 and 34. This is up nearly 30% since 1978.

Source:

Bureau of Labor and Statistics 2018

Living at Home W/Parents
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Adults ages 18 to 24 live in the parental home, compared to 16 percent of young adults ages 25 to 34

Source:

America’s Families and Living Arrangements: 2018

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Men
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Female

29.8 is the average age for a first marriage for men and 27.8 for women as of 2018. This has increased every year for the past 25 years with a major increase since 2007.

Source:

American FactFinder

BLOGS FOR COLLEGIATE SINGLES

RESOURCES

At Table for One Ministries we are comprised of seminary professors, ministers, doctoral students, and lay leaders passionate about reaching singles. We also have done ministry for decades and know that even the most seasoned of leaders can use a helping hand sometimes. Our Ministry wants to help you get the tools you need to reach singles in your area. We offer that in the following ways:

BOOKS FOR COLLEGIATE SINGLES

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