Your 2018-2019 College Planner includes:
- What to Bring to College Checklist
- Semester Goals & Book Lists
- 2 Page Monthly Calendar Page
- Read through the Bible in a Year Plan
- Monthly Notes, Tips, & Projects
- Monthly Budgeting Worksheet
- 2 Page Spacious Weekly Layout
- Assignment Scheduling & Grading
- Inspirational Quotes
New Features This Year
Step by Step Instructions
The planner opens with a new, comprehensive article outlining how to best utilize each section of the planner. A two-page spread shows how to utilize the planner with a real life example of a college student’s week.
Updated Weekly Layout
With designated areas each day for assignments due, assigned during class, and work to do at night, college students can keep course work on track, never missing a deadline.
Each week, students are challenged with questions about real life skills. From finances and taxes to resumes, jobs, and home management, my goal is to get students thinking about becoming an adult.
Based on the popular Make Your Bed video, each weekday contains five white blocks for students to record completion of daily routines.
Professor and Scholarship Worksheet
Keep a log of professor contact information and available meeting times. Also track important dates for scholarship deadlines.
Time Management Worksheet
Find instructions on how to track and manage time, accompanied by worksheets. This tool helps students recognize where time is spent and how to adjust to incorporate all their responsibilities.
Money Skills and Budgeting Worksheet
Learn how to set up a budget and find answers to common money questions in this article. Worksheet space is included for students to practice. Each month, students will find an additional worksheet for tracking their budgets.
Setting Goals and Worksheet
This section includes step-by-step instructions on how to set goals in all areas of life and a worksheet to plan and execute those goals. Each month has a goal tracking area.
Courses, Booklist and Schedule
Plan up to 18 credit hours (6 course) each semester. Track course details and books needed and create a detailed daily schedule.