Enjoying your summer break? Good. If not, well, we hope you find some downtime for yourself. Here are some summer break memes to keep the good vibes flowing.
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End of the semester move outs is less than 30 day away! We know you have finals to deal with but we can most certainly assist you if you want to get ahead of the curve. The process is simple. Register online, then we’ll send you a supply kit containing 5 boxes and tape for
Forecasting future events in the era of COVID-19 is difficult to manage. It’s hard to make plans and prepare for what’s to come when everything remains so vastly unknown and therefore, unforeseeable. In an effort to reduce bottlenecks and stress, it’s best to be ready for the possibility of potential emergency move outs in the
What will society look like on a post-pandemic planet? While it may feel like it’s been forever, it really wasn’t too long ago that the world was introduced to COVID-19 – a vicious and voracious virus that changed life as we knew it. This global threat forced us all to move hastily into quarantine, as
Right now, we’re all imagining a world without a global pandemic. In the spirit of imagination, this week, we’re giving you a healthy dose of comedic humor. The theme of the memes? – Spring Semester.
At long last, we can say goodbye and good riddance to 2020. Finally, 2021 is here! At this moment in time, many students are preparing for spring semester 2021. Therefore, this week’s blog is dedicated to all of those in the collegiate world who may be wondering what to expect from this coming term. As
From our family to yours, we wish you a Merry Christmas! It’s a strange and unusual time since most of us won’t be near our families or celebrating with them in person due to COVID-19, but that shouldn’t stop the holiday spirit. Luckily, technology allows us to bridge the gap between any distance, and while
Schools have been announcing cancellations for spring break 2021 due to COVID-19, so please check with your respective colleges for updates. What’s to replace spring break? It varies by school but from what we’ve seen, campuses split one half of the week to allow more class time and the other half with “reading days.” Schools
Wait…didn’t the fall semester just start? Yes, that is correct. Nevertheless, some colleges have already started slowly releasing their spring semester 2021 calendar and it mostly remains the same as fall semester. Obviously, the schedule is subject to change depending on where COVID-19 cases are standing at that time, but this should give you credence