We know that once you leave “the nest ” and head out to college you are relieved to not have to hear your mom nag you about keeping your room clean, only to find out that keeping your dorm room clean and clutter free actually can improve your grades. Here we go all over again. This time around though, it is your own responsibility to keep your room clean. There likely won’t be anyone doing room inspections and keeping you on cleaning duty. Instead, it is time to step out into the real world and take some responsibility in keeping your room from looking like a disaster zone.
Going to college can be scary and exciting, but it is a time that will never happen again, so you should make the most of it and enjoy every minute! There are some simple things a new college student can do to make the freshman year the best year of his or her life.
When students head off to college, it is often their first attempt at creating a living and working space that suits them. This causes a large number of mistakes and miscalculations to appear in their choices. Unfortunately, these mistakes can have a negative impact on scholastic performance. Here are five common mistakes to be aware of when laying out a study area.
If you’re getting ready to go off to college, you’ve probably thought about what you should bring.
You might even have a packing list already. Before you consider you list complete, though, take a look at these six things that you may need – you might find out your list isn’t quite complete after all.