Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Fall is Coming: Freshmen, get ready!
Boredom no more.
You have options.
Yes, there is such a thing as studying too much.
Haley Cohen, Quinnipiac University
Just say it. You miss it.
Lauren Do, Davidson College
Why attending a PWI can feel like you’ve overcome one hurtle in life just to be met with another.
Chloe Pingeon, Colgate University
Good for your wallet. Even better for the planet.
Emma Dailey Mitchell, Columbia College Chicago
It’s permanent, so you better not mess it up.
Hannah Jumer, Converse College
In higher education, it’s survival of the fittest.
Morgan Thomas, Baylor University
How to have culturally rich time even if you’re a financially broke student.
If you’re struggling or simply need someone to talk to, it should be option No. 1.
Kala Horvat, University of Georgia
How to survive yourself and others in a new country.
Abby Webb, Rice University
Art doesn’t have to be expensive, and it can make all the difference in transforming your humble space.
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
College is difficult. So is having an autoimmune disease. Going through both isn’t exactly a walk in the park.
You have a lot to juggle already. Let these apps do some of the work.
Massive open online courses are quietly changing the world of continuing education.
The sexual freedom of college is boundless, but your tiny bed frame is not.
Take a year off, you deserve it.
Christine Bushart, Georgia State University
Debt-cancellation plan: the three words that every college student wants to hear.
Eleanore Belanger, Arizona State University
The channel features simple breakdowns of complex topics from your favorite personalities.
Luke Hebert, Baruch College
A working student’s take on balance.
Lauren Prestia, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Summer break can still be enjoyable, even if your family’s not.
The YouTuber breaks down why these are the best places to start your professional career.
Think you’re looking at two years of frowns and embarrassment? Think again.
Paige Brauser, Connecticut College
Get more bang for your buck and own that final year.
Jocelyn Campos, University of Texas at San Antonio
Just hope her due date isn’t during finals.
Meagan Bess, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The foodie and fitness guru reminds followers that you can be healthy and still eat ice cream by the pint.
Colin Boyd, Ithaca College
When everyone leaves, what do you do?
Maya Butler, Baylor University
Your entire college career captured on camera.
Bekah Black, Spring Arbor University
There are 104 days of summer vacation, and the aching void of loneliness can be real on each of them.
E.L. Meszaros, Brown University
These critiques can be bad for your teachers and for you.
Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
Sarah Diggins, Ithaca College
It’s middle school in its all awkward, inappropriate glory.
Due dates should be friends, not nightmare-inducing agents of despair.
Camilla Forte, Columbia College Chicago
Unfortunately, designing the aesthetic dorm is not enough to have a pleasant college experience.
Michaela Shea-Gander, Denison University
You have to start somewhere, right?
A better question is: Do you like making gobs of money?
Rishi Patel, University of Iowa
Just another thing to study.
Gabrielle Sheehan, Montclair State University
Jillian Morris, Chapman University
Schools have seen such a rise in mental illness that counseling centers can’t keep up with the demand.
Casey Breneman, University of Virginia
From pre-departure to returning home, here’s everything you’ll need.
Your grades can thank me later.
Express yourself, through hair.
The four-person ensemble has already hit six-digit plays with their single, ‘Existential Crisis.’
They’re not just for art snobs.
Don’t be intimidated, but do be prepared.
As if you needed another excuse to get out of the U.S. at this point.
There’s no need to worry, but there is a need to prepare.
Shannon Margineanu, St. Petersburg College
Give students resources and they will be successful. Pretend like the problem doesn’t exist, and students will fail.
Grace Larson, Ripon College
Trust me on these.
Ben Garcia, Hope International University
There’s always fine print.
Anna Sutherland, American University
Spending a few months in a third-world country will be eye-opening, but it can also pose some challenges.
Influencers for novels? Why not?
The effects of bullying continue long after the bullying ends.
Britni Hones, Lindenwood University, Belleville
Your microwave will be your new best friend.
There’s no better time than now!
Freedom at last!
Leaving school early is scary, but totally worth it.
Take these tips from a trained mediator.
Throw another stock on the barbie!
If you’re feeling overwhelmed or strapped for time, you should know all your options.
Just imagine being able to sleep better, stay awake during boring classes and improve your focus, all without drugs.
Petlessness can be difficult for any animal-lover, but you can overcome.
Cohabitating, shacking up or cuffing: Whatever you call it, moving in together is a big deal.
Living in a co-ed apartment might be difficult, but you can make it work.
Not Aunt Becky.
Yes, it can be done.
All work and no play makes going to college seem completely unbearable.
When students come together, we’re more influential than you think.
When your home base gets uprooted, it can feel like your childhood’s ended. It hasn’t.
Say goodbye to the freshman 15.
Rise above the muck.
Marketing yourself is only as easy or as hard as you make it.
Brandon Sasserson, University of New Hampshire
The Ivy League school has phased out all single-sex organizations, but students are fighting back.
Prepare to learn some serious time-management skills.
Keely Cohen-Breen, SUNY Plattsburgh College
Are you really going to miss your cramped dorm?
Heartbreak only gets harder to manage in college.
No matter what you’re dealing with, there’s no shame in asking for help.
Fifty percent of the world is.
Trust me, it’s nothing like its high school counterpart.
Are you struggling to succeed in college while working on the side? Use these tips to strike a healthy balance between the two.
Indigo Holmes, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
The impossible is possible.
If you need coding help in a pinch, there’s an easy solution.
Fill up your passport and your wallet.
Till senior spring do us part.
Gracie Riley, University of South Carolina-Columbia
The New York Times’ best-selling author and podcast phenom talks grammar, the grind and building an empire.
Even the most responsible students can get overburdened from time to time.
You can eat nice when your parents are in town.
That 4.0 is within your grasp.
It might not pay all your bills, but your creativity can definitely give you some financial cushion.
Dewan Protiva, University of Texas at San Antonio
If you manage your ambition, you can make much better use of it.
Tuition might be pricey, but it’s only the tip of a very expensive iceberg.
Katie Farrell, Queens University of Charlotte
Graduation is just the beginning.
Marianne Quijano, Texas A&M University
Unlike most students, third-culture kids can find college too constricting.
Allison Kestler, Augustana College
~ Especially ~ if you’re not a writer.
Turns out, your parents’ belief system might not be your own, which can be both terrifying and liberating.
Whether it’s an impossible assignment, impending deadline or indecipherable text, you have options.
Sara Perkins, University of Indianapolis
And how to make them into reality.
© 2018 Study Breaks