5 Tips for Heading Back to School

Back to school means more than just getting the right supplies. Here are some tips for getting ready to start the semester.

1) Get the right equipment for your car.

If you’re driving your car back to campus this year, you’ll want to make sure you have the right technology for your commute. The DCPA701W Digital Media Receiver features wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Stream all your favorite music on the drive and use your favorite navigation app wherever you go, without plugging in your phone. Complete your car’s audio setup with the TBX10A Subwoofer with built-in amplifier to make your car the coolest one on campus!

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2) Set up your dorm or apartment in style!

Wherever you’ll call home this semester, you want to make it just that – home! Outside of class, the library, and social outings, it’s where you’ll be spending most of your time. Make it your own with your favorite décor, bedding, gadgets and electronics. The LU48BTS Wireless Portable Bluetooth Speakers make the perfect dorm speakers, whether you want to listen to your study playlist or have friends over after class. Pair them with the DBTMA100 Digital Amplifier with Bluetooth if you want to crank up the volume and bring the party to your place!

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3) Create the perfect study space.

Having the right study essentials is critical for having a successful school year. Make sure your work space has all the study supplies you need to get in the zone. Pens, stationary, planners, laptops and chargers are all key! With the UVS10W Phone Sanitizer and Wireless Charger, you never have to worry about finding an outlet to plug your phone in. You can also sanitize your phone and supplies throughout the day in just 5 minutes. You never know what germs are floating around campus!

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4) Snacks – lots of snacks!

Jam-packed schedule? Be ready for brain fuel on-the-go! Stock up with your favorite snacks, water and coffee to get the most out of your study sessions, library visits and breaks. Having a stash of protein-packed granola bars can give you the extra kick you need to make it through that impromptu study group session.

5) Participate in extracurricular activities.

While your class schedule, homework and studying will keep you busy, make time to get out and meet people however you can! Consider joining a school club, signing up for an intramural sport, or starting a study group for one of your classes. This will make life on campus easier and more fun.


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