College Living Basics Part 2: Essentials For An Unfurnished College Apartment
A few options when deciding where to live off campus depends on where you are going to college. Here are some options that different schools offer:
- - Apartments
- Fraternity or Sorority House
- Graduate Apartments
Start by looking at your school directory into off-campus housing and see what offers are available. Some schools will give a hotline for services for housing and roommates, but some schools leave it up to you to find your own housing. And some schools have off-campus community services offered for students with their school. Using your school’s resources is a quick and easy way to get access to all the possible options plus the price might be decreased for students.
Here is a helpful guide for college dorm room furniture for college-age students moving into unfurnished living. Whether it is off-campus living or unfinished campus housing, living out of the dormitories offers students more space and privacy, but can get very expensive.
1) Where To Sleep
Here are options that you can can receive right at your doorstep. Free Shipping space saving futons and bunkbeds:
Stay on A Budget:
- - A Futon
2) Where To Sit
3) Where To Study
- Loft beds: Loftbeds are great...they are amazing space savers for a desk and a bed. You can even switch out the desk on the bottom for a spacely lounger.
- Bean Bags
Giant Bean Bag Chairs: Jaxx Giant Bean Bag Chairs
4) What To Eat
Source: Honey We're Healthy Blog
5) Where To Exercise
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