Tag: living off campus

Is Commuting to College Right for You? 3 Things to Consider

CollegeXpress Student Writer, Cedarville University

Is commuting to college right for you? A commuter student explains the pros and cons of living off campus and driving to school every day. read more

5 Ways to Decorate Your College Apartment on a Budget


Decorating your college apartment doesn't need to be an expensive ordeal. These five tips will help spiff up your new space without breaking the bank. read more

How to Eat Healthy in College (on the Cheap!)

Blogger, Personal Trainer, and Nutrition Specialist

What if you could get good, tasty, healthy, AND cheap food for your dorm room? This personal trainer and nutrition specialist explains how. read more

The Pros and Cons of Owning a Car in College

Freelance Writer

Should you live on campus or off? Should you own a car or not? Which option is best (and cheapest)? Keep reading to figure out what's right for you. read more

Her Campus Q&A: Top Tips for College Students

CEO, Editor-in-Chief, Her Campus

In our final Q&A with Her Campus cofounder Stephanie Kaplan Lewis, she shares some of her top pieces of advice for college life. read more

College Student City Guide: Austin

Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

There isn't another city quite like it, where cowboys and hipsters orbit the same barbeque and live music joints. It's weird. It's wonderful. It's Austin. read more

10 Decorating Tips to Make Your First Apartment Feel Like Home


Here are some tips gleaned from decorating insiders, tailored to your needs as a first-time interior designer. read more

Can off-campus students participate in on-campus activities?


Absolutely! Most schools have an activities fee that is part of your tuition and that is to cover the expenses of on-campus activities. read more

How is living on campus different from living off campus?


It is best to live on campus your freshman year or your first year as a transfer student. This gives you an opportunity to meet lots of people, make new friends, and get involved in the campus. read more