Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Thu, 03/17/2011 - 10:45pm
For a college student, there is no worse feeling than being hungry and having no food in the house. When I encounter this unfortunate situation, I put together my grocery list with all the necessary foods of a college kid, always keeping budget in mind.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Tue, 03/15/2011 - 8:37pm
You two are Partners in Crime. Go together better than Peanut Butter and Jelly. Matched better than anything from Project Runway. Better sidekicks than Batman and Robin. The only thing missing to solidify your reign of awesomeness is the right castle to call home.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Thu, 03/10/2011 - 10:10pm
For college students, finding the perfect apartment off campus by going door-to-door with a leasing agent certainly isn't ideal. Given the numerous time constraints and colliding priorities college students face on a daily basis, searching for apartments using an online resource such as Moving Off Campus seems to better coincide with the current college student lifestyle. Browsing apartments based on factors like price, distance from campus, number of bedrooms/bathrooms, and preferred amenities are all critical elements among the college student apartment search.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Tue, 03/08/2011 - 11:57pm
I never really realized how much stuff I had until I had to jam everything into that tiny little closet in the dorm rooms when I went away to college. It seemed hopeless after trying to cram everything into it about five million times, and I was at a loss as to where to start. My closet started to seem like a never ending project. Not only was my life being compacted into one tiny room, but it was being compacted with someone else's too! Even if you're moving into your first off-campus apartment, chances are you don't exactly have a walk-in and these tips will really help.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Fri, 03/04/2011 - 3:02pm
Off campus housing search site MovingOffCampus.com recently announced that it has launched a brand new version of its website. The updates focused on creating an off campus housing search for college students that combines fast, easy to use search features with industry leading content from property rental partners like apartments.com and rent.com.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Wed, 03/02/2011 - 12:29am
Throughout the past year, Saint Louis University has dealt with a number of housing difficulties. What began as a newly developed and organized idea by administration, quickly turned into a debate on campus. This new plan requires underclassmen to live on campus during their first two years at SLU instead of moving off campus.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Thu, 02/17/2011 - 11:14pm
Little did I know this bathroom sharing experience would be the hardest of all my college years. I do not consider myself a neat freak but I do believe in cleaning. Apparently my roommate did not share this same mind set. It’s funny that when you live with someone and you never know his or her true bad habits, you inevitably learn to live with them.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Wed, 02/16/2011 - 10:55pm
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Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Thu, 02/10/2011 - 8:04pm
When moving into a brand new apartment, you’ll probably be faced with an insane number of trips to home decorating stores like Ikea, Bed Bath and Beyond, or (my personal favorite) Target – with the attempt to fill your empty rooms and turn your new place into a home.
Submitted by Moving Off Camp... on Wed, 02/02/2011 - 11:15am
This prank also taught me a lesson. Although you think you may be easy to live with, it’s important to look in the mirror and look at your faults. I’m not perfect. Neither are my roommates. We have different personalities and there is no way for me to impart my living habits onto them. In the end, it’s better to accept people for who they are and not let minor details or faults get in the way of what otherwise could be an awesome experience.