The day you've been waiting for is finally here. The day you move into your dorm and prepare to embark on your four-year-journey through college. As you start settling into your campus home, however, the inevitable happens. You realize you neglected to bring something important.
Hold the freak out. It's happened to all of us. Take it from the college students that came before you and scroll down to see three items you might forget.
Do you have too many electronics to charge and not enough outlets? If the answer is yes, don't let that get between you and your new roommate. Get a power strip, particularly one with a built-in surge protector to prevent the power on your entire floor from blowing.
For those of you who plan on going home every other weekend to visit your parents and make good use of their laundry machine, don’t forget to bring a bag. We don't mean a suitcase; just a duffel with enough room for clothes, toiletries, and any assignments you need to get done by 9:00 AM Monday (but probably won't start until Sunday night).
EXTERNAL HARD DRIVES
Don't you just hate when your laptop sends you an alert, telling you there's not enough storage for that oh-so-important essay worth twenty percent of your grade? Make sure you make the grade with an external hard drive. Take it wherever you go and you'll never have to worry about losing work again.
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