What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs,

blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and

format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

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How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Are you looking to experience the college lifestyle to the fullest? College is full of amazing experiences that you need to try out. From shooting for the stars when it comes to doing well in your classes, to going out and making new friends, joining clubs and organizations, and even enjoying something as simple as a football game or two, college is full of fun things to do and goals that you should make for yourself.

Main image courtesy of Forbes. 

Going into your freshman year of college can be quite intimidating, especially since you’re the newbie on campus and the fact that you may not know everything that your school has to offer yet. If you are looking to get the most out of your college experience, then make sure to continue reading to see our essential college bucket list full of fun experiences that you have to try while you’re away at school!

The Ultimate College Bucket List

Check off everything that you want to do on this list as you continue through your college years!

Check out all of the fun things that you can do in college that you need to check off of your bucket list! Image courtesy of ArtistHub. 

There are so many incredible things to experience whenever you’re in college. From working hard in your classes, taking unique classes that may be outside of your major, or even just doing fun college activities, there is a lot to participate in. Make sure that you live your college days to the fullest with our ultimate college bucket list to check off as you go!

Get Good Grades in All of Your Classes

One thing that you should definitely strive for since you’re in college, and make your top priority as well, is to do well in all of your classes! College is fun to have fun, but it is also a time to buckle down and get to work learning new things and preparing yourself for the real world. 

Learning all of the necessary skills that are important pertaining to your studies is what you will need to learn in understand not only to pass your classes, but to also be able to successfully complete college and be prepared for what you will expect to continue to learn and hopefully enjoy doing as well once you get out of college. Striving for all A’s in your studies should be at the top of your bucket list!

Take a Fun Elective Class

No matter what your major is, nursing, engineering, accounting, creative writing, business, or anything else, we recommend that you take an elective class that is something that piques your interest! Each major for the most part requires you to take different elective classes that can pretty much be anything. 

Try out a fun elective while you’re at college to not only give you the opportunity to learn something new, but to also enjoy something unique and different! Image courtesy of Verywell Mind. 

From art classes, to literature courses, something business related, or just other arts and science classes that seem to interest you, we recommend that you take it. If you think that you will enjoy it, then why not take it! Taking something totally different and unique can be good for you and even help take you away from your current worries or struggles with the classes in your major and be a breath of fresh air. 

Get Involved in a Club On Campus

Are you looking to get into some type of club or organization outside of your studies on campus? We think that this is a great idea and it even looks good on a resume as well! Getting involved on campus is essential because it helps you to get out there and get to know new people on campus, along with getting experience doing something that provides a stress-free setting where you can enjoy doing something you love.

Whether you’re interested in the campus newspaper, radio station, graphic design clubs, theater and art clubs, a sorority/fraternity, a sports team, and lots more, there are all kinds of incredible things that you can get involved in on campus to keep you distracted from the lingering stress that you may be experiencing from classes.

Decorate Your Dorm Room/Apartment

You can’t go through the college experience without decorating your dorm room or apartment! Decorating can not only be a way to prepare you for the beginning of your college career and get you ready to start a new year, but it can also be a great way to express yourself too.

There are countless ways to decorate your apartment and you can even decorate it according to the holidays and seasons too. This is a great way to destress and it makes it your safe space and a place where you can relax after a tough day of classes or after taking a super hard exam.

Make Friends For a Lifetime

You can’t go through life without some friends to keep close to you whenever things are going south, so we recommend getting out there and making some friends while in college! Are you nervous to put yourself out there and get to know people? We understand how intimidating this can be, but the best place to start is with your roommate.

For most people, roommates end up becoming the first person that you can make friends with. Since you live with them on a day-by-day basis, it’s important to get to know them and potentially explore the campus with them, and even help and support them along the way. Of course, you can also make friends just by mingling with classmates and by checking out some on-campus clubs, activities, or events that are going on as well!

Plan a Trip For Spring Break

Spring break is something that lots of college students look forward to and why is that? It’s because it’s a break from classes and almost the end of the spring semester! Now, you may be someone who just wants to take the time out to go home and be with family, or even just study, which is perfectly fine, but we also recommend that you go away for spring break at least once!

Plan a spring break trip with your friends for a week of fun away from classes before finals start! Image courtesy of The Boston Globe. 

There are a lot of places that students enjoy going to for spring break. Many students prefer to get away to warmer weather and spend that time with their friends at the beach, but you can also plan a road trip and check out national parks, and many other incredible places around the world. Spring break is a great way to get away from your studies and just have some fun before finals approach.

Apply For an Internship

Something that you should 100% try to get in your junior or senior year of college is an internship somewhere local, or even remote that is along the lines of what you want to do whenever you graduate. Internships are a great way to be able to get the real life experience that you’re looking for when it comes to graduating and entering the workforce.

Internships are also a great way to make connections, which is important while you’re in college. Making connections can help you get into new career opportunities that you never thought possible and the more experience to put on your resume, the better!

Go to a Sports Game

Are you a fan of sports? Even if you’re not the best at following football, basketball, or whatever sport your college is known for, we recommend that you check out at least one sports game while you’re in college! No matter if you’re someone that is a die hard sports fan, or you just like to be at the games because of the energetic atmosphere, we think that this is something that you have to include on your bucket list no matter what!

Sports games provide an indescribable energy that fills the air as soon as you hit the tailgate. From tailgating to going inside the stadium and cheering on your college, it is a great way to mingle and meet new people, and just get out for a day too!

Get to Know Your Professors

One thing that you should definitely do while you’re in college is get to know your professors, especially the ones that are teaching classes that pertain to your major. Classes are all about enhancing your education on new things pertaining to what you want to do whenever you graduate, and it is quite possible that you will also struggle along the way.

Don’t worry though, because you have your professors to fall back on! By going to their office hours and asking for extra help, or even just stopping by to say hi and introduce yourself is a great way to make connections while on campus so they can write you reference letters, give you job recommendations, and more!

Volunteer On-Campus

Something that everyone should do when they get the time, including college students, is to volunteer your time somewhere and help out where needed. There are lots of places to volunteer at to make a difference no matter where you decide to go.

There are numerous ways to get involved on campus, and we recommend that you volunteer a few times during your college career to give back to others! Image courtesy of Presbyterian College. 

Are you stuck trying to find the best place to volunteer at? No worries, we totally get that! You can easily do a quick search in your area for places to volunteer your time at, and you can even check out what is available on campus. From volunteering at animal shelters, on-campus events, political campaigns, tutoring, youth organizations, and lots more, volunteering is something that everyone should participate in, so make sure to do it while in college too!

Study Abroad

If at all possible you can do it, we recommend that you study abroad for a semester! Each campus has a lot of opportunities when it comes to studying abroad in other countries, and it’s a fantastic experience to be able to involve yourself in a brand new culture or setting while still getting college credits too.

Lots of campuses offer many different countries to choose from when it comes to studying abroad, running from Japan, France, England, Ireland, Greece, China, and more. You name it, and your college probably has it! Studying abroad is perfect to get in all of those electives that you still need to take while also giving you the opportunity of a lifetime.

College is the time to live it up by making new memories with people that you will know and come to cherish for the rest of your life. There are so many amazing things that you can do that you don’t want to waste any time or take it all for granted at the end of your college experience.

If you are someone who wants to make the most out of your college career, make sure you check off some of these amazing activities and more on our college bucket list to make sure you are getting the most out of your college experience! 

If you are also looking to make the most out of your summer before college starts, make sure to check out our blog on that too!