8 Things College Students Miss During Summer
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8 Things College Students Miss During Summer

It takes maybe a week before college students realize how many things they miss.


Summer break is the time to kick back and relax. For college students, it means returning to a previous chapter. Though it is great to be home with family, there are many things to be missed about college. Below, this article consists of 8 things that college students will miss during summer break.

1. Seeing your friends constantly

They're not right around the corner anymore.

2. Not living by parent's rules

Wait, you mean I still have to follow the rules?

3. Having a meal plan

Getting Chick-fil-a everyday will most definitely be missed.

4. Having everything you need within five miles of you

College towns are great because everything is right there. Not anymore. . .

5. Not having chores

Isn't this supposed to be summer BREAK?

6. Not having to answer questions when you go out

Yes mom, I'll be home by 10. We're going to McDonald's. No. Yes. Can I go now?

7. Living by your own schedule

In college, time management was purely up to you. Not so much anymore.

8. The feeling of being independent

It feels weird being back home with your parents and not by yourself with a roommate (but it also feels great).

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