9 Places You Can Find College Kids In The Summer
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9 Places You Can Find College Kids In The Summer

In case you were looking for them.

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9 Places You Can Find College Kids In The Summer
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Looking for a college student while off campus during the summer? Look no further, here is a map of places they may be hiding.

1. Work Work Work.

Saving for all those tuition payments, books, school supplies, and money for the school year. Most students get a summer gig, something seasonal, but if you're really determined, you may have more than one job or a job you're carrying over part time during the semester.

2. Traveling.

Whether it is simple road trips on the weekends or weeks-long vacations out of the country, traveling is easiest during the summer as a college student. Loads of millennials prepare to tattoo their passports during the summer by creating new memories in many new places.

3. Working on their tan.

During the school year college students are so pale, so they have to take advantage of the beautiful sunshine outside. It doesn't matter if its poolside, laying on a beach, or just sitting outside - the young will always find a way to be in the sun.

4. Planted in front of a good show.

Netflix and chilling at its finest, college students tend to hibernate in the AC relaxing just about whenever they can and the summer is prime time for this. Summer reality shows like "Big Brother" and "The Challenge" are also great watches. After a long year of school and stress, a little mindless television never hurt anybody.

5. Preparing for the big return.

Towards the end of the summer, students begin to perfect their fall schedules and look into the finalizing details for books, parking passes, looking up professors reputations, getting in touch with their school friends, etc.

6. Trying something new and exciting.

From sky diving, parasailing, scuba diving, to new recipes, dances, tattoos and movies - new places and experiences are what make summer such a blast.

7. In summer courses.

I'm not sure how students do it, but so many have such a great work ethic and strive for even more accomplishments in the summer. You can find them back on campus, taking classes at a community college, or maybe even enrolled in an online program.

8. Catching up back home.

College kids love their friends from high school and the town they grew up in. You'll be able to find them with their old crew from school most likely blowing off some steam, sharing in old traditions, making new memories, and telling each other all the new gossip that is happening in their lives away from home. Being able to see family more often is also another great plus, especially if your college is far from home.

9. Spending money on everything fun they can think of.

While college students HAVE to save some of their money, the rest goes for things like paint nights, parties, clubs, beach trips, gas for road trips, pampering themselves, going out to eat, concerts, drinks, movies, souvenirs... the list goes on and on. They need to have things they can remember the summer by.

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