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My name is Steph, and I am a senior Marketing major with a Communication Studies minor. Since this is my last year at Butler, my main goal is to enjoy every moment that I have left, while doing as much as humanly possible. I am a marketing analyst at the Butler Business Accelerator, a Speakers Lab tutor, and a Butler blogger (obviously). I also am an Alpha Phi, the President of the Butler University Student Foundation, a member of Alpha Kappa Psi (a professional business fraternity), and a member of the Butler American Marketing Association. In the small amount of free time that I do have, I love crafting, watching large amounts of television, and enjoying my favorite comfort foods, like sweet tea.

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What you need to know about back to school shopping…

Since Olivia wrote a blog about shopping for college freshmen (and had some awesome suggestions, I might add) I thought I would do one as well.  My personal favorite place to shop for back to school essentials is Target, but that is mostly because I never really went to Target until I got to college (it’s the difference of driving 45 minutes to the closest one, or just 15 minutes).  Their things are relatively cheap, and usually coordinate together, which I really appreciate.

Here are some things that I would suggest to get before you get to school, or make, or whatever works for you:

  • A shelf to sit on your fridge.  This is something I have always wanted, but never had.  If you keep your food around your fridge, it just overtakes the fridge and goes everywhere.  So, with a shelf, it can stay organized, and you can find everything easily without digging for hours and hours through random snack foods.
  • 3M wall mounting strips.  These will be your saving grace, since you don’t want to ruin the walls each time you move in and move out.  They don’t fix everything, but it does definitely help!
  • Set of plastic drawers.  I started my freshman year with one, and now I have two.  One holds all of my paper, pens, and random school supplies under my desk, and the other holds jeans, tank tops, and t-shirts.  The best thing is that no matter where you live and when, you can use these drawers for anything that your heart desires.
  • A mattress pad.  You can go with whatever you might like, since there  are memory foam ones and feather ones (and probably others too).  I started with a feather one, but now my memory foam mattress pad is basically my best friend.  I could lay in bed all day long…but I probably shouldn’t.

I could keep going with random things you should bring to school, but I won’t.  Instead, I will leave you with a few videos about move-in and of my freshman dorm room, and this blog that I wrote for Vera Bradley about back to school necessities….from Vera Bradley of course!

An empty Schwitzer room…just so you know what you’re working with.

 

5 Responses to What you need to know about back to school shopping…

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  3. Parhaat Laihdutuspillerit says:

    I just love back to school shopping! Actually I’m very excited about school starting again period=)

  4. Kristen Raves says:

    Thank you for this wonderful post. I will be sure to post it on our Class of 2015 Facebook wall as well because students have had tons of questions about this. You’ve also been RT on Twitter…such informative posts!

  5. Celeste Sprinz says:

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