As a college student I 100% agree! Also never leave home without a bottle of water and a phone charger, Use ratemyprofessor.com, Make sure you sell back or rent textbooks, and show up early to the first day of class having read the syllabus (it gives the teacher a great impression and could save you in the long run). Also check each teacher's office hours and don't feel too shy to take advantage. From my experience teachers love getting to talk and help you
Dutch nursing home offers rent-free housing to students. In exchange for small, rent-free apartments, the Humanitas retirement home in Deventer, Netherlands, requires students to spend at least 30 hours per month acting as “good neighbors,”
Housing for students in Sweden can be a tough thing to find. For a temporary place, rent can be pricey. And with the amount of time that’s actually spent within the confines of a room– there’s not a whole lot of actual living space needed. Tengbom Architects created the “Smart Student Unit” to give those studying a beautifully green and functional place to reside.Crafted from cross laminated wood, the unit comes with built in furnishings in a contemporary package. In only 100 square feet…
Describe how wages/salaries can be earned in exchange for work." Students can earn "classroom money" for various activities (i.e. homework completion and classroom jobs). They can then use their "classroom money" to buy rewards/prizes.