Pack plenty of toiletries for yourself Ù Ø¨ØªØ¹Ø« as you head off to college. You'll find that you go through them faster than you might have thought. Consider buying in bulk as a means to save money.
Apply for scholarships or grants as soon as possible. Securing money in advance is the safest way to approach things. Figure out a system that allows you to manage your finances and allows you to apply for things quickly.
Gather your funding for your education by learning about and applying for all applicable grants and scholarships. Many students don't bother learning about things that can help make college a lot easier. You may also be eligible for a number of grants which you will not have to pay back.
Get plenty of rest. At first, you may think that you can skimp on sleep and still Ù Ø¨ØªØ¹Ø« get by. If you aren't sleeping enough, you'll be irritable and forget what you've learned; not the way to enjoy college!
When classes begin, it's important you know all your teachers. Find out where your professor's offices are located. Also, get their contact information so you can communicate with them. When you have a relationship, they'll be easier on you when you need help.
You aren't in a house anymore where someone's going to clean up after you or cook for you. Make sure to eat nutritious foods, get adequate sleep and clean up after yourself. Create a schedule that balances class time, study time, recreation and rest. Poor eating habits and stress can make you ill.
You must study everyday to be successful. There are many distractions in college, so you need to schedule your Ù Ø¨ØªØ¹Ø« time. Carve out an hour a day for study time and stick to it religiously. There may be days that your work load is lighter but still do something academic during that period of time. Habits are easy to form when you put in effort.