Gift Ideas for College Students
Being a college student isn’t easy. There’s the constant strain of studying, you usually don’t have enough money and of course, you need to maintain a cool social life – otherwise, there’s no point for going to college in the first place, right?
So, college students are poor, busy and active. Easy targets! If you want to buy a gift for a college student, there are many things you can get, that will make them happy. Here are some gift ideas.
Gift Ideas for Students
The Moleskine Sketchbook is made with top quality heavy paper and is perfect for on the go drawings, sketches and tempera colors. This is a great gift for art students, literature students and for anyone who likes to write on quality notebooks.
Chocolate and Coffee Gift Basket
HUGE 16-Ounce Leak-Proof Travel Mug
Students don’t have much money, and usually not enough time to go out and get a Cappuccino when they study. This little item – a milk frother – is a cheap, easy way of getting foamy milk into a hot cup of coffee. A great gift!
Coby 4 GB Video MP3 Player with FM Radio
What’s life without music? Every student needs an MP3 player to help pass the time in boring classes, for jogging or just hanging around the dorms. This little MP3 player also has FM radio, and offers a 4 GB capacity for storage of up to 1000 songs, 3500 photos, or 4 hours of video.
Asus 10.1″ Netbook
Netbooks are ideal for students – they’re lightweight, easy to carry around, have great battery life and they are relatively cheap. A wonderful gift for students, netbooks are useful, fun and very cool. The ASUS Eee PC 1015PEM-PU17-BK 10.1-Inch Netbook offers 1GB DDR3 RAM, (2GB Max), Intel GMA 3150 graphics ,250GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM) + 500GB Free Web Storage and many more great features.
Book – Accelerated Learning for the 21st Century: The Six-Step Plan to Unlock Your Master-Mind
Knowing how to learn isn’t an obvious skill. Accelerated Learning into the 21st Century contains a simple but proven plan that delivers the one key skill that every working person, every parent and student must master, and every teacher should teach: it’s learning how to learn.