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What to Bring to College: The Ultimate College Packing List

This page is your go-to guide for figuring out what to bring to college in 2019. Whether you’ll be living in a dorm, an apartment, or in the steam tunnels that run underneath campus, this list will provide you with all the college essentials, plus a few fun extras that can improve your life or help you make new friends (Pro-tip: be the person who has a tool kit). We’ve put a ton of work into this packing list; we hope you’ll find it helpful.


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To make it easy to navigate, everything is broken down into categories. We’ve also marked certain items as “essential” to help you prioritize. P.S. – Having a properly set-up calendar, task manager, and file system before I started classes saved me a ton of stress. If you want to make sure you’re really prepared for college, consider taking my 1-hour productivity systems course:

Computer Gear- Laptop needs vary based on what you’ll be doing, and we’ll eventually have a full laptop guide. This is our main budget pick, though – it’s less than $600, works well, and even has a dedicated graphics card for light gaming.

Extension Cord- Because the odds are good that the only outlet is on the complete opposite side of the room as your desk.

Find the whole list here!

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