SayCollegeMove.com: College Moving Center

Moving to College?

Get help using our quick guide for moving and preparing for college. You will find a complete directory of store products and tips to help make your college move.

And it is so easy to shop ...

College Moving Checklist

Our FREE college moving checklist can help plan your move. It lists everything you need to setup your college home ... just like mom.

It's FREE - no registration required.

Simply print the checklist, check the items you need, and then link to the tabs above to find everything to setup your move and dorm.

get your FREE moving checklist

Where should you begin:

  • first:[view] print the moving checklist for reference
  • second:[view] make arrangements for housing
  • third:[view] decide on your mode of transportation   
  • fourth:[view] get a laptop with required software
  • fifth:[view] buy stuff for the dorm or apartment

    And then,
  • [view] save money on supplies and textbooks
  • [view] look for back-to-school clothes
  • [view] make the move to college and more


    Our college moving center has everything you need before and while you attend school.


  • You can get professional writing assistance from MastersThesisWriting.com - dissertation company which hires PhD degree experts!
 

Keeping Up With Events

Make sure to bookmark or subscribe to your campus BLOG-magazine at: www.SayCampusLife.com

It keeps you informed about academic trends, college news, sports, financial tips, and even some fun news.

View some of these campus topics:

subscribe to our feed

Student Tip ...

The student’s expenditure has reached a supreme height with the rising cost of living. People opting for higher studies are forced to take out loan in order to complete their educational course. But you fail to get the required amount that you want for your college expenses.

Read more about this tip ...

 

Let's Talk Money

What is the cost of college: tuition - housing - food - books - supplies - transportation - computer - personals - moving?

Do you have enough money? Use this quick calculator to add up your total costs and total available aid. Then review what options you have to close the gap.

go to calculate - estimate - strategize