If there's one thing college students are known for, it's our love for coffee. Every college town worth its salt has a wide array of cozy cafés to chose from, so it can be hard to know where to go for the best brew.
Athens, Ohio has a beautiful array of both rustic and modern coffee houses to chose from, so I've compiled a list of my favorite snack and study spots to help out my fellow Bobcats.
To have a healthy night out on Court Street is very difficult to do. Some would say that it is impossible. I would agree with those people, but there may be some alternatives to a night on the town. Not that it is extremely healthy but it could easiliy save you a few bucks and you could feel better the morning after. These two startegies help me get through the night financially and socially. Many people go with these approaches too, as it works well for them and was big before spring break came.
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The key to being successful and having a good budget is to be self-disciplined and stick to your set budget. Once you set a budget find ways to stick to that budget or even spend less than your budget if possible. Try to put money back in a safe place or bank account that can’t be touched, or find a way to make your money hard to get to so it’s not easily accessible. People tend to spend more money if its easily accessible, so if you make your money hard to get to then in the long run you will save more and more money.
There are multiple ways to save money, but if you follow these two basic rules after you graduate college you will be less in debt than your peers. This will also translate to your habits as you grow older which will allow you to be more financially independent.
Looking to become more involved and get the most out of your college experience? Come visit us at the Campus Involvement Center!
The goal of the Campus Involvement Center is to provide meaningful, high quality out-of-class opportunities through programs and experiences that foster:
Character. Community Citizenship. Civility. Commitment.
From the moment you first go to college, a giant wave of new responsibilities comes crashing over you. Not having your parents there to help you out with every step of the way is usually the first obstacle all college students have to face. You quickly realize that college won't be a walk in the park. All your parents and family members told you that college is the best time of your life and that you have to live it up. All that talk made you decide that you were going to join so many clubs and organizations. You become overjoyed when you find out that the sport you played all your life had a club team! You can’t wait to sign up and get back in the game. But right after the first practice you realize how serious it is and how much time and commitment is needed. You become and anxious about whether you’d be able to handle playing a competitive sport as well as do your best in school, after all you did come here for the well-known journalism school. It may be scary and stressful but you can definitely learn to handle all the stress and time management issues that arise! Read on to find out ways that help you deal with stress and live a happy life!