With spring break right around the corner, many college students are probably wondering how to spend their time off.
Whether you choose to spend your time with family and friends or at a tropical destination, the options are endless.
While classes are in session, students are constantly under a lot of stress and pressure studying for exams and meeting deadlines for assignments.
Spring break can be a great time to go home and relax, watch movies, sleep in late and take some time away from the books.
Another way college students can spend their spring break is with family and friends.
Going to the mall, the movies, out to eat or even just hanging out are a few easy ways to catch up with loved ones.
Spring break is also the perfect time to make some extra cash to help pay for everyday necessities.
Utilizing this time off to pick up some extra hours at work is a great way for college students to stay busy and make money.
Some college students may not have a job, and it may be hard to find one for the short week off.
Volunteering locally is a wonderful way to give back to the community and feel rejuvenated.
Often times, many college students want to spend their spring break making memories away from home.
Taking a road trip with family or friends is a great way to go site seeing and visit other states at an affordable cost.
Students can visit big cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Boston or Washington D.C.
Another option is to head to the mountains and go skiing or snowboarding for the weekend.
Attending a school that has frigid winters can cause college students to want to spend their spring break at a tropical destination.
Toes in the sand, swaying palm trees and cold drinks all sound a lot better than white snow covered grounds!
Locations such as the Bahamas, Mexico, South Padre Island, Texas and Panama City Beach, Florida are destinations meant for spring breakers.
From pool parties to beach parties, to concerts and more, college students could never go wrong spending Spring Break at any of these locations.
No matter how students choose to spend their spring break, whether it is at home with family and friends, away at a tropical destination or anything in between, everyone deserves a fun and relaxing time off.
Brianna Preziosi is a fourth-year student majoring in communication studies with a minor in journalism. She can be reached at BP784122@wcupa.edu.