By Steven Broussard
Summer is already winding down and the most recent class of high school graduates and their parents are crowding shopping malls and department stores in a scramble to find all the items essential for university living. This first shopping experience is an important initiation to campus living.
The trick is to take some time and imagine a typical day in your new surroundings. Think of what you'll need to operate on a daily basis, and formulate a list of necessities. While this task can appear arduous at first, it doesn't have to be. One of the best ways to alleviate some of the stress is to go with the flow and heed the advice of those that have already been in your situation. Here's a list of college living essentials and where you can find them.
Dorm Room Essentials
The shift from high school to college living is drastic. Although nobody can realistically expect an entirely smooth transition, if you follow these preparatory tips it will make your job a lot easier. Living away from home, meeting new people, and adjusting to a college workload may seem daunting, but it will all become natural in a matter of a short while.
Lastly, once you've completely settled into your new college lifestyle, don't forget to buy a box of envelopes and a book of stamps to write the people you've left at home. Good Luck!
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