It's no secret that I love planners. I also really love printables, which are basically customizable single-sheet planners specifically for tacking health, activities, assignments, or grades. (Plus you get to print them out over and over again every time you need one – so cost friendly!)
Printables continue to be targeted towards stay at home moms or working women, though, so I've been missing out on some of the fun. Rather than wait for someone else to solve the problem, I've started making my own printables specifically for college students. I want to share them with you all for free, because if I'm getting something out of using them, then I want you to, as well!
I've put together a starter pack of three free printables for all of you. These are specifically intended for use at the start of the semester, so whether you love organization or you're totally lost on what to do, now is the perfect time to give them a shot!
If you're looking for more tips for getting organized, check out this post!
The first printable is a weekly schedule printable. This is just a simple, clean-cut planning page that you can use to schedule your week. I use colored pens and pencils to fill it out so that I have every week at a glance. You can access it here, in my free resource library for Sara Laughed subscribers. To subscribe to the mailing list and get your password, please click here.
If you're looking for more information on how to schedule, plan, or use time management, check out this post on balancing time in college!
The second free college printable is a semester-at-a-glance planner. It is divided into 14 weeks, the length of the average American college semester, and has slots for every day that you can use to write down important due dates. This is an easy way to make sure that you never miss any important deadlines! It slips easily into a folder or binder, or can be hung on your cork board. To download the semester-at-a-glance printable as a PDF for free, head over to the free printable library for my subscribers. You can get your password by subscribing here.
Assignment List Printable (See How to Use it Here!)
The third and final free printable is this assignment tracker. I talk a lot about assignment lists in my eBook, but for those of you who aren't up to speed, I like to track all my assignments in a single document so I am never surprised by what's coming up, no matter what class it's for. This pretty printable lets you write out each assignment and keep track of them all in a way that's clean and not too overwhelming. To download the assignment list printable,head over to the free printable library for my subscribers. You can get your password by subscribing here.
I find that these three printables are invaluable organizers for starting a new semester, but I'd love to hear from you. As a college student, what kind of printables would you like to see? What do you think would be most useful for you?