Course schedule | Fall 2022
As part of the Fall 2022 planning process, the UT course schedule will continue to change as we head into the fall. These changes may affect the instructional mode, instructor, time or location of some classes. We strongly encourage you to review your course schedule regularly throughout the rest of the fall for additional updates.
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Beginning fall 2022, the academic calendar has been modified to better meet educational needs, support immediate and long-term innovation, and support our academic mission, while ensuring compliance with university guidelines and federal and state regulations. Changes include:
- A new semester model, with two designated subterms in the fall and spring semesters
- New start dates for the fall and spring terms
- An extended fall break
- An earlier end date for the spring semester
- A reduced final exam schedule
You can view the 2022-2023 academic calendar here . The 2023-2024 calendar will be available in fall. Learn more about the academic calendar changes and view a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the Changes to the Academic Calendar webpage.
Beginning in fall 2021, all students will sign a Financial Responsibility Statement before registering for classes. The goal of the Statement is to be transparent and help you fully understand your role and financial obligation when attending UT Austin. By signing, you acknowledge your responsibility to pay tuition and fees by the payment due date and if you receive financial aid and scholarships, those resources will apply to your tuition. The Financial Responsibility Statement for the fall 2022 semester is now available for you to review and sign here.
New Fields of Study . Applied Archaeology ( AAR ) (graduate only) will be administered by the Applied Archaeology program.
Urban Design ( U D ) (graduate only) will be administered by the Urban Design program.
Retired Fields of Study . Electrical Engineering ( E E ) (replaced by ECE).
Identity Management and Security ( IMS ) (replaced by ISP).
Islamic Studies ( ISL ).
Visual Art Studies ( VAS ) (replaced by AED).
Urban Design ( UDN ) (replaced by U D).
Changed Fields of Study . Art Education ( AED ). Extended to include undergraduate courses.
Law ( LAW ). Replaced all but three undergraduate course numbers (x00-x79) with graduate-level course numbers (x80-x99).
Don’t forget to use the UT Planner! The UT Planner, an online class schedule planning tool for students, was implemented a few years back for all students to utilize and now shows mode of instruction! The planner allows students to search for, create, and save a variety of personalized schedule options based on their preferred courses and scheduling breaks. Additionally, the UT Planner gives students the ability to compare up to four schedule options at a time based on their availability during the day.
The UT Planner is a planning tool only, and students must still register at their designated registration times via the online registration system .
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7 best student planner apps
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Thad Thompson Jan. 21, 2022
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If you're a student, you need a system to organize classwork, exams, and life in general. And it's true, there is an app for everything. But there are lots of apps for planning and time management. Which ones make effective school planner apps?
When deciding on a planner app, you should obviously look for one with features most relevant to your life and your schedule. It should have a distinct purpose. And It shouldn't be thought of as a one-size-fits all productivity app . Here are the qualities to look for in a good student planner app:
Visually clean user experience vs. info-dense
Highly customizable vs. highly structured
Integrated with other apps vs. self-contained, with all the features you'll need in one place
Specialized for students vs. transferrable to post-school life
Here, you can check out just a few of the best school planners currently available. Each is highly rated, affordable, and, in several cases, geared specifically toward school and study. And they’re easy to find. Most are available in the Apple App Store or Google Play store for use on your iPhone, iPad, Android, or other smartphone.
7 great planner apps for high school and college students
Android, iOS, and desktop: Free with paid upgrades available
Todoist is a project planner and to-do list all in one. Used by companies like Amazon and Disney, and made for everyone from students to executives, Todoist is an app that can carry you through school and beyond.
Although you can pay to upgrade, the free version offers more than most students are likely to need. Todoist includes features that help you:
Enter important details or to-dos in a note-taking section before you forget them
Set up projects for each class and any other activities or hobbies you're involved in
Add "next action" items, so you can always look ahead to your next assignment
Cross items off your checklist without losing them for good
Other helpful features include due dates for individual tasks and reminders that pop up on your phone or email. You can customize every feature, so you won't get lots of notifications without asking for them.
Todoist also allows you to label tasks. You can label by priority, context (laptop work, library, etc.), or any other system you want to create. You can also indicate recurring tasks, like weekly quizzes, so you never miss an assignment.
2. Microsoft To Do
Android, iOS, and desktop: Free with Microsoft account
A reworking of the long-appreciated Wunderlist, Microsoft To Do has continued to evolve its features to make it stand out in the field of student planner apps.
One feature that stands out in To Do is that things you didn't check off from previous days stay in the “Yesterday” box. That way you can specifically choose which items to transfer to "My day," and plan a better time for those that won't fit in today's schedule.
To Do allows you to sort tasks into basic lists that you set up, such as "Work," "Home," or "Lab." You can then add subtasks to the items on each list. For example, if your list includes, "Presentation for econ class," create subtasks for "Brainstorm subjects," "Find sources," or other project milestones.
To Do also includes some features that will please visually oriented people. Dark mode is helpful if you're reviewing your day just before sleep or when you first wake up in the morning. You can also change the background for each list, with lots of modern and inspiring designs.
iOS and desktop: Free with paid upgrades to Essentials and Professional
Calendly simplifies scheduling with groups and individuals. As group projects have become the new normal, you’ll likely have to set up plenty of meetings with groups and individuals during the course of your time as a student. You can save a lot of time by scheduling and managing those meetings with Calendly.
Here's how it works:
Connect Calendly with your digital calendar, like Google Calendar , iCloud Calendar , Microsoft 365 and others.
Create a meeting request.
Set the parameters. For example, you can let recipients see your availability, so they can pick a day and time, or you can set a day and time and they can either accept it or request a different time.
Select recipients and send.
Calendly will gather responses from the people you want to meet with, and you'll have a meeting set up without the long texting thread that's usually required.
Other helpful features include the options of round robin or collective scheduling in the Professional version. If others share their availability, Calendly will show times that work for everyone, so you can pick. Or, you can use its Meeting Polls feature to let people vote on proposed times before setting your meeting . Also, you can set reminders both for yourself and for those who agreed to meet with you.
Calendly streamlines setting up meetings, so you can free up your time and attention for classes and other responsibilities.
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4. iStudiez Pro
Android, iOS, and desktop: Free with available paid Full Version upgrade
iStudiez Pro is one of the highest-rated planner apps designed just for students. Enter your class schedule including the professor's name, contact info, and office hours. Then, you can color code your classes and use icons to make it visually interesting and easy to scan.
"Week view" allows you to plan your time and get ready for upcoming classes. "Day view" shows you tasks and scheduled items for today. For each class, you can add assignments, their due dates, and specific tasks associated with them.
If you upgrade to the Full Version of iStudiez Pro, you can even get a regular update on your GPA. As you receive graded assignments back, enter the grade and point value. iStudiez will do the calculating for you with its GPA tracker. It keeps this info from semester to semester, so you can keep the big picture in mind.
Android, iOS, and desktop: Free or $4.99 per year for Premium
The myHomework student planner is a clean and simple planner app for education. Many teachers have already adopted it for e-learning or online instruction, but it's great for individual use as well.
It's formatted for several types of class scheduling, such as block, period, or time-based schedules. myHomework allows you to not only input assignments and add tasks required to complete them, it also allows for prioritizing and categorizing tasks, so you can focus on what's most needed at any given time. You can set reminders for upcoming due dates too, so you don’t miss deadlines by accident (or procrastination).
While you do need internet connectivity to sync with other devices, this homework app still has full functionality even when you're not connected to WiFi. The free version has plenty of great features, but the paid version of this homework planner lets you get rid of ads as well as share assignments, add file attachments to assignments, and switch out your theme.
6. Power Planner
Android, iOS, and desktop: Free with paid upgrade available
Power Planner is a well-established student planner app with many of the same features as myHomework and iStudiez, like entering your schedule, keeping track of your GPA, and viewing assignments and exams.
Though the app is full of useful features, one element that sets it apart from other similar apps is the responsiveness of the developer. Power Planner is updated regularly, offering continual improvements to its features.
The GPA calculator is more robust in this app compared to others, with its "What if?" feature, which calculates what scores you need on assignments to get an A in a class. It also includes notifications for due dates coming up. The paid version allows you to enter more grades and stores your GPA info from one semester to the next.
Android, iOS, and desktop: Free with multiple paid plans starting at $5, and an automatic student discount
ClickUp is the only productivity platform built to tackle everything from complex projects to your daily assignments, all in one screen. With hundreds of customizable features to organize documents, take notes, schedule due dates, and more, ClickUp is a great daily planner for students at every level.
ClickUp's flexible organizational Hierarchy is perfect for breaking down course loads into manageable tasks, subtasks, and Checklists. There are over 15 ways to visualize your schedule in ClickUp including a dynamic Calendar, List, and Everything view for a high-level look at all projects and deadlines. Plus, ClickUp's Home feature syncs with your favorite calendar app to present your classes, reminders, and messages conveniently alongside your upcoming tasks.
ClickUp was built to consolidate your work into one centralized hub that can be accessed virtually anywhere, even offline, from your phone, or on your Apple Watch. You can create detailed course notes, format drafts, and everything in between using ClickUp's built-in document editor, then export or share them in seconds with a simple URL.
Access its top daily planner features, ClickUp Docs, unlimited tasks, over 1,000 integrations, and more when you sign up for ClickUp's Free Forever Plan, and automatically save 25% on any paid plan for being a student.
3 tips for getting the most from your student planner app
In addition to finding a great app for students, these tips can help you increase your productivity and keep your schedule running smoothly. No matter which app you choose, you’ll get more out of it if you use it alongside smart planning practices.
1. Treat yourself to a semester review
At the beginning of each semester, set aside a couple of hours to prepare yourself and get everything organized in your app and in your head. Make it fun: Take yourself out for coffee, turn on your favorite music, and turn off your texting and other notifications. This is time to get in the zone.
Give yourself time to look through your new app's features and figure out the best way to use them (or customize them) for you. It's helpful to read reviews, as people will talk about the most useful features. It's also an easy way to learn how to use the app.
Gather your syllabi, work schedules, and any other pertinent calendar info. First, enter all your calendar info for the semester. This helps you understand what your weekly schedule will be like. Then create projects or enter assignments (and due dates) for any big projects your professors already have planned.
For example, the class may require a video assignment due at the end of the semester. Create a task called "plan out video project," and set the due date for around the time you want to begin the project. You don't want to get bogged down in planning the details of all those projects during your semester review. If you stay focused on the big picture, you may have time for more specific project planning at the end of your review session.
This is also a good time to set goals for yourself. Do you want to turn in more assignments on time or participate more in class? Do you want to learn a new instrument or join a team? Get inspired about doing more than just making it through the semester. With a powerful school planner app on your side, this could be your best semester yet — and there's more to that than just getting good grades.
2. Add a weekly review to your calendar
To keep your planner system functional, you have to keep giving it attention. Set up a time every week — about 30 minutes to an hour — for reviewing your projects and planning out your weekly schedule. Make this appointment as set-in-stone as your class times, so you aren’t tempted to put it off.
You can use this time to input any grades you've received if you've chosen an app with a GPA-tracking feature. Make sure that for every project, assignment or exam, you've entered specific tasks to prepare for them as well. You don't want to just remember that you have something due. You want to have a plan for turning in your best work!
This is also a great time to set up meetings you'll need for the week. Use an app like Calendly to send out requests for meetings, so you're not scrambling at the last minute to find a time when everyone can meet.
And don't forget to schedule some rest! One of the best ways to stay motivated and stick with your work is to know you have some quality fun time coming.
3. Plan daily check-ins
Every morning look over your daily schedule and your list of things to do. This usually doesn’t take more than five minutes, but it can do a lot to help you bring your best to the things that are important to you.
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Choosing the student planner app that’s right for you is a great way of keeping your mind focused and your grades high during the semester. A great app will help you stay on top of your classes and work, especially if you keep your app up-to-date with regular reviews.
A great calendar app can also help you to make the most of the other aspects of your life, for a less stressful, more rewarding student experience. The world needs what you have to give, and these apps can help you give your best.
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Student Planner Templates
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Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, the study is an important part of the life of students, because it is thanks to a good education that they will be able to get on their feet and achieve success in the life ahead. Especially to simplify the educational process, we decided to prepare a selection of the best student planners for 2023 - 2024. You will also find convenient templates for planning classes and tasks, you can use a variety of covers, calendar layouts, sticker sets and so on.
All of the content we have submitted is print-ready and compatible with applications such as Goodnotes 5, Xodo, Notability, Noteshelf, which are used on Apple iPad and Android tablets.
Digital Student Planners
Our customizable and manageable samples planners are helpful for organizing student life in a smart way. They will help you not to get confused in the educational routine and start learning correctly. You can create an optimal schedule, determine in advance the days off, mark dates for homework, preparation and passing exam and much more. Choose a sample you like and follow our instructions to customize and add it to your digital planner.
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The Top 5 MUST-HAVE Academic Planners for College Students in 2023
5 College Planners That Will Help You Thrive at School
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I’ve rounded up and compared all the best planners for college students right here in this post.
The last of Spring classes are winding down, and we’re all ready to enjoy a lonnnggg summer break.
But the fact of the matter is:
The fall semester really isn’t that far away. As a student who’s been there and done that, I know that those few months of reprieve never seem to last long enough. And while that may be the last thing you want to have on your mind during the summer…
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
So a little preparation now can do wonders for your future self. Today I’m going to help you find the perfect planner for college. And with it, you’ll hopefully be able to preserve your sanity when the new semester rolls around.
With so many types of planners for students out there, it was too difficult to pick just one overall best planner. Not to mention, planning is such an individual thing. We all have our own unique preferences, and what’s right for someone else may not be right for you.
So instead of recommending just one overall best planner, we’ve compiled a list of our favorites in a range of styles and price points.
If you’re in a rush:
✅ This specific academic planner is the most popular.
College Student Planner Comparison
- The Ultimate Student Planner by ClassTracker
- The Centered Student Planner
- The Erin Condren Academic Planner
- The Live Whale Planner
- The Lemome Academic Planner
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How do i find the best academic planner for me, which planner is best for college.
Get more information about these 5 student planner options and why they’re the real deal down below.
1. The Ultimate Student Planner by Class Tracker
- LENGTH: 12 Months, equal to 2 Semesters or 3 Quarters/Trimesters
- DATING: July 2023 – June 2024 or Undated
- SIZE: 7″ x 8.5″
- PAGE TYPES: Monthly, weekly/daily with self-care corner, class schedule, note & goal setting
- BINDING: Coil binding with rounded corners and a sturdy, poly-protected cover
- COLORS: 16 cover options
The Class Tracker Ultimate Student Planner — it has “ultimate” in the name, so how could I not include it in this list?
But the name isn’t just hype.
This option is not only my personal favorite but a reader favorite as well. It’s a planner that’s made specifically for college students which is why it’s perfect for school.
Because of that:
The weekly layout pages include space for tracking assignments and upcoming quizzes/exams/papers/projects. Which, of course, is VERY useful for staying up on top of all those due dates and upcoming tests you have to juggle as a busy student.
There are also pages to record your class schedule every semester/trimester.
This college planner is available in dated and undated versions. Which means you can start using one at any time during the year.
The design is simple, straightforward, and the epitome of practical. It’s a top-notch choice no matter what your major is.
For more details & pictures, be sure to check out my Class Tracker review (+ how it’ll help organize your life right now).
Ultimate Student Planner College Edition
The best planner for college
While many claim to be the ultimate student planner, this one actually lives up to the name. We love this academic year planner because it’s lightweight, comes with pages to record class schedules, and the innovative weekly spread makes prioritizing so dang easy.
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2. The Centered Student Planner
- LENGTH: 12 Months
- DATING: August 2023 – July 2024
- SIZE: B5 (7″ x 9″)
- PAGE TYPES: Monthly, weekly, year-at-a-glance, to do lists, notes, to-do lists
- BINDING: Wire-O binding with high-quality linen fabric cover
- COLORS: 5 colors
New on the scene and making waves is The Centered Student Planner.
Combing the advantages of paper planning with digital, this planner is truly one-of-a-kind.
Most planners assume you know what you’re doing and how to make the best use of your time. Newbies in the planning community are just left to flounder. And those knowledge gaps are often crucial factors in determining whether a student will be successful with time management or not.
While it can be done, muddling through is far from optimal or even efficient.
In contrast, the CSP makes no such assumptions. Instead, it uses an online interface to tackle the issue head-on. Detailed instructions and carefully-timed college tips are delivered to you at your leisure by short, easily digestible videos.
But that’s just the cherry on top, as the planner is already packed with useful features. The purpose-driven weekly layouts, hourly time slots, to-do list tearpad, notes, and stickers designed for students are particularly noteworthy.
Honestly, it’s a hard one to summarize! I highly encourage you to get all the details in my Centered Student Planner review .
This planner manages to help you set goals, focus, prioritize, practice gratitude, and increase self-awareness WITHOUT leaving you feeling overwhelmed and out of steam.
Plus with a built-in professor providing you with guidance throughout the year and an affordable price tag, it’s an amazing value. I could see this planner setting the new standard for academic planners moving forward.
This is the best planner for college freshmen, students who are planner beginners, those who struggle with consistency, and those who want to optimize their use of time.
Centered Student Planner
The best planner for time management
Alongside an on-trend design and excellent quality, this planner includes weekly video tutorials with time management and academic success strategies from an award winning teaching professor. It’s unique hybrid interface feels very supportive, making it particularly ideal for college freshmen.
3. The Erin Condren Academic Planner
- DATING: Aug. 2023 – July 2024, Sep. 2023 – Aug. 2024, OR Jan. 2023 – Dec. 2023
- SIZE: B5 (7″ x 9″) & A5 (5.8” x 8.3”)
- PAGE TYPES: Monthly quotes, productivity pages, class schedule, weekly, yearly, 4 note pages after each month, 2 sticker sheets + project & exam tracking pages.
- BINDING: Coiled with laminate cover or Softbound with vegan leather cover (Lay-Flat)
- COLORS: 50+ colors & designs to choose from
This brings us to the:
The Erin Condren Academic Planner.
As another one tailor-made for students, it includes dedicated pages you wouldn’t find in any regular old planner.
Like: an assignment tracker page, a place to write your class schedule, as well as assignments and due dates on the weekly planning pages.
All which are invaluable features for busy college students!
💡 TIP: the newest Erin Condren planners are usually available starting in June.
But, if it wasn’t good enough already:
These college planners have a HUGE selection of covers – which are easily interchanged so you can change it up anytime. And starting last year, Erin Condren is now offering softcover planners for school .
There are tons of cute designs to choose from (including Star Wars, Jurassic World, and Hello Kitty!) , you have a choice of coil color, and you can even personalize it by adding your name to the cover.
Plus these planners come with not 1, but, 2 sheets of stickers. And NEW THIS YEAR you can choose from 3 academic year calendars to best suit your needs. All in all, it makes for a pretty sweet package.
To get a better idea of what it looks like inside, be sure to check out the video below or my review of the Erin Condren 2020-2021 LifePlanner .
Erin Condren Academic Planner
Best custom college student planner
With plenty of pages for planning your weeks & months and tracking projects & exams, this is a best-selling student planner for a reason. It’s the most customizable option we found.
Video: Erin Condren Planner for College Students
4. The Live Whale Planner
- DATING: Undated
- SIZE: A5 (5.5″ x 8.5”)
- PAGE TYPES: Monthly, weekly, brain dump (for ideas or reminders), mind map, vision board & budget tracking
- BINDING: Book binding with a vegan leather or linen fabric wrapped hardcover, metal reinforced edges
- COLORS: 6 colors
The Live Whale Planner is a conveniently sized option that’s perfect for school. It has a hardcover, thick 120 GSM pages (so that ink won’t bleed through), and a convenient pen loop.
Inside you’ll find lots and lots of space for writing!
You can track your schedule down to the hour and there are quite a few extra pages for more self-tracking. Other pages include: a budget tracker, new inspirational quotes for each month, a goal date countdown tracker, and “brain dump” space.
The cover is made out of animal-friendly vegan leather or you can choose their new linen fabric option . The little whale on the front is a super cute detail too. In any event, there’s clearly there’s a lot to like about this planner!
Live Whale Planner
Best all-in-one academic planner
A book-sized planner that can handle it all, this option has 12 months worth of undated pages for daily, monthly, and budget planning. Plus with habit tracker, brain dump, mind map, and vision board sections it encompasses everything needed for managing life on, and off, campus.
5. The Lemome Academic Planner
- DATING: July 2023 – June 2024
- SIZE: A5 (5.7″ x 8.25″)
- PAGE TYPES: Monthly, weekly, yearly overview, note, goal & stickers
- BINDING: Lay-flat book binding with faux leather softcover
- COLORS: 4 colors
“This was everything I was looking for in a planner. No distracting quotes or needless additions, simple layout with a clean design, monthly calendars and large lined spaces for daily tasks.”
As far as school agendas go, the Lemome Academic Planner strikes a nice middle ground.
If you love taking notes, this is the college planner for you because it has 88 pages just. for. notes. Awesome, right?
And with high-quality paper, you don’t have to worry about ink bleeding through. The overall design is a sophisticated and a low key look suited for college girls, college guys, and anyone really.
Its on-the-go size is just right for keeping in your backpack, so you can easily carry it with you all over campus. Though if you enjoy using a bigger planner, Lemome’s A4 weekly planner is very comparable.
Extra features include an elastic closure, a super handy pen loop, an inner pocket, 2 bookmarks, and monthly sticker tabs.
All in all, this is a rock-solid planner for college!
Lemome Academic Planner
The best planner for college guys
Our most inexpensive recommendation, this sturdy no-frills planner comes with many practical features – most notably the 88 pages for notes. It’s trimmed down enough to cut out the “fluff”, but substantial enough to keep a busy college student completely organized.
Looking for something SMALLER? The Lemome Pocket Planner is the size of a smartphone and still has all the same great features.
Need something with HOURLY planning? The Lemome Diary Planner is just what you’re looking for — it’s amazing for daily planning down to the hour.
- LENGTH: 17 Months
- DATING: August 2023 – December 2024
- PAGE TYPES: Monthly, weekly, habit trackers, stickers, notes, goals, and quotes
- BINDING: Spiral-bound with soft-touch hardcover
- COLORS: 1 option
Finally, we have a runner-up:
The You Are A Badass Planner You Are A Badass Planner.
It isn’t designed to be an academic planner per se, however, the layout is still ideal for college life. Furthermore, the vibrant yellow packs a nice punch of positivity into your day.
The weekly spread pages utilize a horizontal layout with a generous amount of space and checkboxes for each day of the week. Monthly overview, habit tracker pages, and fun stickers are also included.
Instead of the usual 12 months, this planner runs for a total of 17 months.
Reviewers were impressed with both the original version and last year’s version . So, chances are the newest version (which is simply newer and improved) is just as kickass for staying organized in college.
You Are A Badass Planner
The planner that motivates
Though not designed specifically for school, this planner has ample space to write down all the assignments and reminders you need as a student. This is a good planner choice for goal diggers who are motivated by visual progress, especially if you enjoy sassy quotes and fun stickers.
Deciding Between College Planners
If I know I can save myself from a major headache later – I’m all for doing a little work upfront.
I like choosing a college planner during the summer . You know, before things get really busy around back to school time.
It gives me plenty of time to shop around and find a planner that’s a perfect fit for my needs.
Without all the usual college life stress , I can make a more level-headed decision vs the snap one I might make if I waited until the last minute.
Being prepared is a simple yet powerful way to set yourself up for success in college .
And trust me:
I need all the help I can get when it comes to managing my life and keeping my shit together once school is in session.
There’s A LOT to stay on top of as a college student. Between new classes, assignment due dates, social outings, and extracurriculars…the list goes on!
Having the right planner makes all the difference.
Figuring out which college planner will work best for you is actually pretty simple!
You’ll just want to consider a few things…
Start by thinking about how much you’ll have to do in a day. Do you need an academic planner that has space to track everything (down to the hour) or would a minimalist planner work better for you?
Is writing a lot (or often) something that bothers you? It’s an often overlooked detail, but it’s an important factor in your decision.
Writing in a planner is a part of using it and if you can’t stand your own handwriting – well, maybe a bullet journal is more up your alley. A digital student planner could even be the one for you.
The SIZE of your college planner is another option to mull over. The point of a school planner is to keep track of your schedule, and if it’s not with you at almost all times, then it’s not doing its job!
Do you prefer to carry light when going around campus or is there plenty of space in your backpack to accommodate a bigger notebook?
Final thoughts on college student planners…
Alright, those are my top 5 picks when it comes to the best college student planners. Hopefully, one of those is your holy grail to organization !
But let me know which one YOU think is the most useful for managing school life. Drop a comment below to share your thoughts.
Don’t forget to have some fun and to check some things off your bucket list this summer !
More articles related to planners & college:
- Review of the ClassTracker Ultimate Student Planner
- Bloom Planner for College Review (with All the Details)
- Time Management Tips for College Students
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I really like the Centered Student Planner.
Thanks for sharing your favorite of the 5, Mikhail!
I would say that Ultimate Student Planner by ClassTracker is the best option for me. There’s so many ways to help with time management in everyday college life!! With scheduling classes, work, studying, and remembering to make time for myself, this would definitely help me organize and make sure I don’t forget things because I’m writing it down to remember. It also helps me wire my brain to keep everything on schedule. This would help me a lot in my process and organization for college this upcoming semester!
Having a time management system that meshes well with your brain is key! Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts, Tehillah. 😄
I Love Love LOVE all of these… All of them are AMAZING!
There’s definitely a lot to love, Aastha!
Varsity Blur is my favorite planner!
It’s a great blue! Thanks for sharing, Evonne!
I like the Ultimate student planner the most because it’s both functional and pretty to look at. I like all my stuff to be cute, but sometimes the cute ones aren’t efficient. I love that Class Tracker solves that problem! 🙂
There’s just something about the right stationery aesthetic that makes all the difference. 😉 Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Janaya!
The centered student planner looks and sounds amazing! Hoping to get that one 🙂
It really does! Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment, Madeline 😊
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The 12 best academic planners to help students crush their goals in 2023, according to experts
Whether a student is out to make a major jump in class rank or wa already nabbing straight As but could still benefit from a bit more organization, an academic planner is pretty much the key to success.
But a paper planner , really? For a group that does literally everything on their phones? Absolutely. Sales of paper planners are soaring with students. “Despite being digitally native, Gen Z are looking for alternatives to the screens which dominate their lives,” reports Taymoor Atighetchi, founder and CEO of Papier . “In fact, Gen Z are five times more likely to take a digital detox than any other generation, and we’re seeing that in sales of our paper products, particularly planners for those going to college.”
That makes sense. Today’s students are busy in a way even full-fledged adults aren’t, feeling more pressure to excel than their parents may have. They keep unique schedules, balancing schoolwork with sports and clubs, jobs, family obligations and, hopefully, some semblance of a social life, observes Wendy L. Patrick, a lecturer at San Diego State University who works with her students on time management. Read on for some of the best planners to help high school and college students conquer the academic year ahead.
StriveZen 18-Month Planner
$19.99 at amazon.
This spiral-bound hardcover covers through December 2023, and allows for scheduling at 15-minute intervals. “If overwhelmed by a big project, break it down into more specific tasks, ideally things that can be completed in half an hour or less,” advises Anita Williams Woolley, professor of organizational behavior and theory at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business. “And schedule them on your calendar.”
Passion Planner Weekly Academic Hardcover
$50.99 from $38.24 at passion planner.
The Passion Planner kept popping up in our chats with experts and students. “We hear from Gen Z students every day on our education platform, and this is one planner that’s very popular among them,” shares Kevin Joey Chen, content director at Studyverse, a virtual study hall. “Students tell us the Passion Planner is practical, but also inspirational, because it begins with the Passion Roadmap, where students brainstorm goals for various milestones.”
Rocketbook Reusable Academic Planner
From $39.99 at amazon.
This planner merges analog with digital seamlessly, and is the top pick of Kelly P. Dillon, an associate professor of communication and digital media at Wittenberg University. Students take lecture notes, plan projects, brainstorm — essentially anything. Then, with the free Rocketbook app, they can digitize the pages, sending them to classmates or teachers through the cloud. It can even transcribe and search keywords when looking for specific files.
Sugarx Studio To Do Today 24-Hour Daily Planner
$7.99 at amazon.
This budget-friendly option includes space for daily goals, a to-do checklist and notes in a 24-hour format. Why would being able to schedule out the middle of the night matter? Because something very important should be happening then. “It is incredibly easy for students to get into an irregular sleep pattern, where they are staying up late at night, making it very difficult to get up for and do well in classes,” says Woolley. For students who do struggle with that common pattern, actually scheduling in time to sleep, as simple as it sounds, can help.
Ditsy Icon Composition Notebook
$14 at urban outfitters.
Not all planners have to be, well, actual planners, insists organization expert Marie Kondo , star of the Netflix show “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.” “Every student has their own working style and their own way of thinking,” Kondo says. “Choosing a plain notebook gives each individual the chance to discover which organizational methods work best for them, and to go off the beaten path whenever creativity strikes.” We love the rounded edges on this kitschy notebook.
Blue Sky Day Designer
$39.99 $28.99 at amazon.
“This is my absolute favorite planner,” says Christina Garrett, a time management coach for students at California State University Long Beach. She likes that its structure allows the student to easily assign different levels of importance to tasks. “True impact comes from knowing what is worth spending the most time on,” she says. This snappy pick comes with a bookmark and handy pockets.
Papier Brain Food Academic Year Planner
$32 at papier.
How cute is this? Very. But this hardback planner is super useful too, with finance and meal plan trackers and handy term timetables. And whether a night owl, an early bird or neither, strategizing to capitalize on the time of day when one is ready to think is crucial. “Creating a timetable is the only way to accomplish this balancing act,” says Patrick. “Trying to concentrate during the wrong window is a literal waste of time.”
Post-it Self-Care Planning Notes
$8.99 at target.
For the students who get so immersed in their breakneck days that they sometimes forget to eat, enter these plan-ahead sticky notes. “It’s silly of adults to think that our students are managing less stress than we are,” says Garrett. “Flexibility and leaving space for mental health breaks and self-care is paramount to meeting goals.”
Clever Fox Weekly Pocket Planner
$17.99 at amazon.
In a bright color that’s easy to spot and sizing up at just 3.7 by 6.7 inches, this portable planner is sure to be taken everywhere it needs to be, which is essential. “The planner needs to be with the student at all times,” says Frank Buck, author of “ Get Organized! ” and a former school principal. “But making that happen is often a challenge.”
Notebook Paper Dry-Erase Peel-and-Stick Giant Wall Decals
$39 at urban outfitters.
In that same spirit of making sure a planner is always within reach, we found these awesome wall decals. For students who really just want to see what’s coming up next at a glance, this four-piece set will let them start each day in the know. The decals are easily removed from walls, so they’re good to go in dorms.
Order Out of Chaos Academic Planner
The unique layout of this planner, which was vetted by students, lets you see when assignments are due and extracurriculars are happening alongside free blocks of time. Why is that important? “It’s not enough to know what you have to do,” says Leslie Josel, an academic coach for teens with learning challenges based in New York. “You need to see when you have the time to do it.”
Rifle Paper Co. 12-Month Academic Planner
$18 at rifle paper co..
This pretty planner is foil-embossed, has thread-stitched binding and, most importantly, offers up loads of space for spontaneous notes above and beyond everyday details. That’s a must, says Garrett. “While we may have to-do lists for every day of the week, it’s vital to remember why we are putting forth the effort. A great planner looks at the big picture,” she says.
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The 7 Best Planners for College Students
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If you are a student, your life is busy! It can sometimes be hard to keep track of where you’re supposed to be and when. A student planner can help keep your schedule organized . We know you must keep track of homework assignments, extracurricular activities and more. Here’s a list of the best planners for college to help keep you organized, and we’ll go into the “why” later.
- Best Personalized Planner – PurpleTrail
- Best Eco-Friendly Planner – Erin Condren
- Most Versatile Planner – Erin Condren
- Best Hardcover Planner – Indeme
- Most Detailed Planner – Blue Sky
- Best Bargain Planner – Feteulo
- Best Basic Planner – Vindora
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Keeping due dates, event times, goals, timelines, and notes in one convenient place is key to organization. That way you don’t have to scramble with sticky notes, or accidentally erase something on a whiteboard. Haven’t kept a planner before? Now is the perfect time to start.
Hours of research went into my first big planner purchase, and my guess is (if you’re reading this post) you’re a bit like me. I’ve had my fair share of planners that didn’t work for me and finally settled on some of my favorite that do. So, in order to save you time and research, here’s my list of the 7 best planners for college.
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The student planner by purpletrail.
The key to this planner for college is customization. PurpleTrail allows you to tailor the planner to your liking by picking the cover material and page color. They let you personalize the designs with your name, quotes, photos, and more in their Design Center. You can even choose the number of months in the planner and which month you want to start with, making this one of our best planners for college.
It comes in two sizes. The bigger size might be ideal for more note-taking space, but a smaller option can fit in your bag and not take up space. It all depends on you and what you want out of your planner.
- Size: 6×8″ and 8.5×11″
- Best Feature: You get to personalize the planner so it’s right for you!
Shop: The Student Planner by PurpleTrail.
Hardcover Weekly & Monthly Planner by Indeme
Who said style had to break the bank? These colorful, durable day to day planners are both fashionable and functional and come in a variety of colorful patterns and styles.
The cover is incredibly durable, so you don’t have to worry about it getting damaged in your bag. It’s thicker than a nickel! Each month comes with a tab and a two-page spread so you can jot down special dates. Have a hard time remembering holidays? Don’t worry, this college planner has you covered with pre-written in holidays marked on both the overview and individual day. The weekly spreads have space for notes and checklists. It even has a special pocket to store papers, notes, and supplies in.
This is also one of the best “bang for your buck” planners for college. In addition to a bonus detachable matching bookmark, you’ll also receive 175 colorful sticky notes, a ruler, and 92 planner stickers. It really has it all.
- Size: 8×10″
- Best Feature: Hardcover makes it super durable
Shop: Hardcover Weekly & Monthly Planner by Indeme.
Flagship Collection by Blue Sky
Each month is tabbed, for easy reading and navigation. Uniquely, each day comes with a proverb or quote that’s sure to inspire. For example, “Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart.”
This is a great option for students who are looking for organization and mindfulness at the same time. Life extends beyond the classroom, after all.
If you’re feeling the need for a bit more organization in your life, there are also a plethora of free printables available. These include bucket lists, notes, organizing your week, gratitude journals, food and exercise logs, and much more.
- Best Feature: Allows for tons of detailed notes.
Shop: Flagship Collection by Blue Sky.
Focused Planner by Erin Condren
This softbound planner is undated, so it’s timeless! It comes with vertical weekly layouts as well as monthly overview pages. Each weekly page also has space for a Notes section, which always comes in handy. It even has a ribbon so you can easily keep your place marked.
It comes in a stylish camel or navy blue softbound cover. For students looking for a customizable planner experience, this might be one of the best college planner options for you.
- Best Feature: Extremely versatile.
Shop: Focused Planner by Erin Condren.
The Softbound 12 Month Vegan Leather Planner by Erin Condren
In addition to the eco-friendly vegan leather cover, this planner for college is constructed with special lay-flat binding. The softbound planner is easy and comfortable to write in for both left and right handers. This is the perfect planner for the minimalist college student who doesn’t need all the extra stickers.
- Best Feature: It’s eco friendly!
Shop: The Softbound 12 Month Vegan Leather Planner by Erin Condren.
Academic Daily Planner by Vindora
The Academic Daily Planner is a hardcover planner with weekly and monthly planning pages. The monthly spread of the academic planner contains an overview of the month as well as a section for notes. The weekly pages allow you to make sure you are on top of all your class assignments and other daily planning activities.
Perhaps best of all, this journal comes with supplemental pages that are jam-packed with information. There’s a holiday list, a year goal tracking page, a website login/password tracker, scheduling templates, plenty of contact info pages, and way more. It also has an awesome academic scheduler placed in the beginning pages. There are places for time, class, professor name, and room, all by day of the week and term.
The cover has a simple, modern, stylish feel to it. My favorite part of this planner is that it holds an inner folder pocket so you don’t lose stray paper. One the best planners for college, this is a great comprehensive option and runs on the less expensive side.
- Size: 6×8″
- Best Feature: Inner folder pocket (oh, and a great price!)
Shop: Academic Daily Planner by Vindora
Academic Weekly & Monthly Planner by Feteulo
The Academic Weekly & Monthly planners by Feteulo come in a few eye-catching designs, with various colors and patterns to give it a touch of personality without being overbearing or obnoxious. If floral patterns aren’t your vibe, you can opt for rainbow stripes or dogs instead!
It has a 12-month academic calendar with tabs separated by month. Each week has a two-page spread. Each month has holidays marked. There are whole pages dedicated to note-taking, and the planner also comes with a yearly overview page. There are even spots for future planning. It’s a note-taker’s dream.
These planners come are 6.4″ x 8.5″, and are one of the best bargains out there. It’s a great, stylish, no-frills option for students who want a bit more organization in their lives.
- Best Feature: Low price point
Shop: Academic Weekly & Monthly Planner by Feteulo
Tips for Staying Organized
Now that you’ve carefully selected your awesome college planner, here are some tips staying organized:
- You bought the planner. Now USE IT ! It does you no good to buy the planner and not fill it out with your schedule and assignments.
- Make it fun! Use accessories like colorful pens and stickers. It will feel like a fun project rather than a chore.
- Give it time. It may take some getting used to filling all your activities out, but in the long run will help you stay organized, and it will likely remain fresh in your brain.
- Put the important stuff in your phone. Now that you’ve laid everything out in your planner, put deadlines and other important dates in your phone and set reminders to keep you on track.
Here a few of my favorite student planner accessories:
- Pilot G2 pens
- Post-it multi-colored sticky notes (1.5″ x 2″ size)
- Post-it Study Flags
- Activity Stickers
Having the best planners for college are unique as the people who use them. Whether you want to keep it simple, neat, and minimalist, or use color and stickers for motivation, your planner is your own. It can be a great organizational tool that helps keep student life running smoothly .
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Very very helpful, thank you so much!
My son, who is a freshman, just asked me for a planner. I just came upon your site. Very helpful. Thank you.
This is a great list of planners! I used to use Mead’s planners for most of my college career. Senior Year and during my first year in graduate school, I liked using the Quo Vadis Notor planner – it gives you a lot of space for daily to-do’s and notes. And you can customize the format. I currently am using the Happy Planner which I got for a great deal! I talk about my planners in my blog, if anyone’s interested 😉
I use the List It Planner and would highly recommend it, especially for school students with lots of homework (and to do’s!). I love that you can start it when works for you (I needed mine for October) – not just January or mid-year like most planners. I also love the multiple ‘to do’ lists and that I can see my week at a glance. http://www.listitplanner.com
I recommend trying the iSmart.Life app. I use this app to planning my goals, tasks, projects.This is a very simple and free web app. You can see the demo and decide whether it suits you or not …
Thanks for making this list of planners. I could also recommend EverNote app. It’s easy to use and have a lot of possibilities for planning and making notes.
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Time management is one of the most challenging aspects of student life. You have your classes to keep track of, and you likely also have extracurricular activities to balance out the academics. You might also have a part-time job. Plus, there’s always your social life to attend to.
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The Benefits of Having a Study Plan
Study plans are an effective tool that show you how you spend your time.
You want to make sure that you’re setting aside a sufficient amount of time to study for tests, do your assignments, and complete your projects.
With the rise of online learning, study plans are more important than ever. Using them fosters self-discipline and accountability . It prevents procrastination and helps you develop better study habits , which usually translate to better grades.
To get started, here are three action pads and planner journals that can help you study:
- BestSelf's Weekly Action Pad
- Miliko A4 One Semester Study Planner/Organizer
- PAPERIAN Believe TIME Tracker
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1. Study Planner with Reading List Template
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Are you in for week of intensive academic reading? Our very own Study Planner with Reading List template can help you organize your notes and thoughts and prioritize your schedule so you can stay on top of it all.
Use this template for each one of your subjects to write down your goals and important notes and list down all the materials you need to read so you don’t forget anything. This template comes in A4 size.
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3. Unit Study Plan
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Given the global situation in recent years, homeschooling has become increasingly popular. In many households, parents have become teachers for children who are forced to stay home and shelter in place.
These parents need tools to organize and keep track of lessons. This template works well for homeschoolers as a tracker for unit studies.
This study plan has a Montessori framework , featuring subjects such as:
- Practical life
You can easily modify the titles of the boxes if you’re homeschooling but not using the Montessori model.
4. Black and White Study Planner
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If you’re looking for a black-and-white themed study planner, you might want to give this sample a try. It has five columns featuring Date, Topic, Before, Completed, and After.
This template can be especially helpful if you’re studying chapters or units. It is also applicable for tracking homework and school projects.
5. Let's Study
This template features a minimalist design with a peach background. It comes with checkboxes, making it easier to keep track of your schoolwork.
The template has spaces allocated for Monday to Friday, as well as for the weekend.
If you’re looking for a straightforward template, the uncluttered look of this one might appeal to you.
6. Study Time Table
This timetable shows your schedule for the entire week on one page. It is helpful in reminding you about appointments, exams, or other important academic events.
It features a seven-day calendar, with time slots from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm.
To further help keep track of your schedule, this timetable comes with icons to specify the categories of your activities. Some of these icons include:
There is also space allocated near the bottom of the page for study notes.
7. Harry Potter-Inspired Daily Productivity Planner
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, this productivity planner might appeal to you.
It features spaces for writing down your tasks, and lets you state how much time you’re allocating for a particular task and what particular subject the schedule is for. There is also a progress tracker for each task so you know how far or near it is to completion.
There are also two boxes on the lower half of the page where you can write down reminders and comments.
What really makes this a Harry Potter-themed planner is the quote found on the lower right-hand side of the page. The words of Professor Severus Snape remind this planner’s user that:
“ The mind is not a book to be opened at will and examined at leisure. Thoughts are not etched on the inside of skulls, to be perused by an invader. The mind is a complex and many-layered thing. ”
8. Blue and Yellow Schedule Printable
This printable planner is designed to help older school-age kids keep track of their schoolwork and develop good study habits.
It has a section where the schedule for the day can be written down, with hourly intervals. This is a great way to introduce kids to time blocking, which is a very helpful tool for productivity and organization.
Space is also designated for writing down daily to-dos, such as homework and chores. There are also spaces for a list of specific goals and notes (e.g., reminders and other important information).
9. Printable Student Planner Pages
If you’re looking for a planner that fits into your binder, this template is worth your attention. It contains all the features you need in order to keep track of assignments, upcoming tests, homework and project deadlines, and school activities.
There is sufficient space to write things down without forcing yourself to use very tiny letters. The planner pages are also undated, giving you flexibility when it comes to organizing your study schedule.
10. Weekly Assignments Printable
Need something to help you prioritize and keep track of assignments from different classes? This printable template is the perfect solution.
To help organize your weekly class assignments, this printable is divided into three major sections.
The first section features sufficient space for listing all your assignments from different classes. This section lets you identify assignments for specific classes and their due dates. If you’re done with an assignment, you can put a mark in the checkbox next to each item.
The template’s second section features a reminder box. Finally, the third section is a mini-calendar with boxes assigned for each day of the week. Here, you can write down important dates so you don’t miss a single deadline.
11. Study Session Planner
Exams coming up? Need a system to help boost your grades this semester?
This planner can help you out with clear-cut guidelines for an effective study routine. It’s full of features that not only enhance your productivity, but also ensure you develop solid study habits that you can use beyond your academic life.
This planner starts off with a checklist of things you need to prepare prior to studying, such as clearing your desk, ensuring that you’ll have minimal distractions, preparing study snacks, and finding music to help you concentrate.
It has space allocated for a list of your tasks, a hydration tracker (because being dehydrated makes it difficult to concentrate), and time management tracking (a Pomodoro ratio and procrastination list). Spaces are also designated to note post-study treats, achievements, and reflections.
12. Today’s Study Session Planner
This template is perfect if you’re looking for a planner to help you focus on studying for a particular subject. It features sections for listing three priorities during the session, topics to study (with checkboxes you can tick once done), and your goals for the day. There are also spaces dedicated for writing notes and indicating the total time studied. Finally, a mini-chart lets you track the number of study breaks taken during a session.
13. Homework Planner Pack
Perhaps you’re getting overwhelmed with the amount of homework and assignments given at school. This homework planner can be used for any grade level to help students organize their schedules, develop good study habits, and meet homework deadlines.
It features ample space where you can list all the upcoming homework, projects, and tests you have for the week, as well as a section where you can indicate due dates and dates of completion. This template comes in three different designs.
14. Pink Study Planner
If you’re looking for a planner that helps monitor your study hours and progress, here’s one that you might want to try. It has a pink theme with spaces assigned for the following:
- Study progress
- Study hours (expected and actual)
- Today’s subject
To get good results in your study goals, make sure to use your planner consistently to organize and remind you about your schoolwork.
15. Study Timetable
A study timetable like this one can be a major lifesaver for students. It helps set routines that save energy and prevent stress when it comes to taking care of schoolwork.
This timetable is in landscape format with a Monday start and has spaces for plotting out your study schedule and other activities from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm.
16. Student Planner Pack
This student planner pack has everything you need to hone your good study habits. The pack contains eight types of study planners that keep you motivated, organized, and productive, whether you’re in high school at university.
These planners can be printed out in A4, A5, or letter size.
Some of the templates you’ll get in the pack include:
- Weekly timetable
- Assignment tracker
- Reading list
17. Printable Study Pack
Here is another study plan pack with 10 different planners to help streamline your studies and other academic activities.
The planners are undated for continuous use and feature a simple and elegant design so as not to distract the user from focusing on their studies. The following are included in the pack:
- Daily, weekly, and monthly study planners
- 10-minute planner
- Study plan worksheet
- Study session tracker
- Subject and chapter summary worksheets
- Priority breakdown worksheet
These planners and worksheets are in landscape format and are downloadable in A4 size.
18. College Student Study Planner Printables
College life can be overwhelming. This set of planner printables is designed to give your academic schedule structure that minimizes overwhelm and increases success.
Some of the templates that will help you succeed include:
- Study planner
- Study checklist
- Project planner
- Exam timetable
- Semester overview
- Weekly and monthly calendars
19. The Ultimate College Planner
This set of templates has everything you need to stay on top of your academic life. Designed for college students, this set offers colorful templates and organizers for the following purposes:
- Setting goals
- Organizing class and extracurricular schedules
- Improving study habits
- Keeping track of important dates
Signing up for the newsletter gives you access to this printable planner set.
20. Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Planner
Homeschooling usually has a less rigid schedule than conventional education. However, a homeschooling schedule still needs structure so that homeschoolers can maximize their learning.
This homeschooling planner follows the Charlotte Mason methodology and provides ample space for planning out and organizing an entire year of homeschool.
The planner contains calendars, schedule charts that are especially useful for plotting out a study schedule, weekly spreads, subject notes, and more.
21. Exam Revision Planner
Studying for an exam? Here’s a planner that will help you ace that test.
This planner ensures that you are well-prepared for the exam by letting you break down everything that you need to study into manageable bits.
The PDF template comes in A4 size, which is downloadable in pink, purple, blue, gray, and black & white.
22. Minimalist Unit Study Planner
This template set helps you gain a deeper understanding of a topic/lesson, whether you’re studying or teaching it. It can be used in both homeschooling and conventional education environments to help explore a subject matter from different angles.
23. Semester Study Planner Template
This eight-page planner set is ideal if you’re looking for templates to help you organize your schedule and track your academic progress. It also comes with templates for time management.
The set has a teal color scheme, with features such as:
- Syllabus study planner
- Pomodoro planner
- Checklist for getting organized
- Concept confidence tracker
24. Undated Hourly Five-Day Study Planner
Keep track of your time and manage it well with these planners. You can add in the categories of your choice for your schedule (e.g., work, class, study area, etc.).
A 10-minute planner is found on the bottom half of the page to give you an overview of how you utilize your time each day. The planners come in five different colors, as well as in black & white.
25. Productive Academic Life
This study planner allows you to plot out your schedule for the day and specify the date and the day of the week.
There are spaces for you to write down the following:
26. Editable Student Planning Binder
This planner binder is designed especially for young students. It allows them to have a central place for assignments and other essential documents in class.
Some of the templates included in the 49-page binder are:
- Study goals
- Notes for the week
- Important reminders
- Weekly study planner
27. Daily Study Planner
This daily study planner helps manage daily schedules to maximize your study hours. In addition to the date, you can write your study time goal in hours and minutes, as well as the actual duration of time you spent studying.
It also features space for listing down tasks, with a column alongside each task where you can specify the amount of time (in hours and minutes) you need to complete it.
A time table is also provided, as well as spaces for indicating the subject/chapter/topic/ being studied, study materials, and some notes.
Final Thoughts About Using a Study Plan Template
There you have it—a collection of study plan samples to help you this school year.
So pick one that will best match your needs.
Keep in mind that, in order to reach your academic goals, it’s not just about filling out a student planner. It also involves your commitment to better study habits and embracing a time-management strategy that works for you.
When you have all these, you’ll be set to survive the semester. You may even have a more stellar academic performance.
If you need further resources about study plans and other tools to help in your academic life, check out the following posts:
- The Study Plan Schedule Strategy (That Actually Works!)
- 11 Good Study Habits to Better Understand Your Lessons
- 9 Best Study & Academic Planners for Students
- 14 Best Books on Learning and Building Great Study Habits
- 20 Self-Education Habits to Educate Yourself on Anything
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UT Planner Search for, create and save a variety of personalized schedule options based on your preferred courses and scheduling breaks. Graduation Help Desk Find resources and assistance getting classes required to graduate on time. Senior Countdown Get priority access to the Graduation Help Desk by committing to graduating on time.
The UT Planner, an online class schedule planning tool for students, was implemented a few years back for all students to utilize! The planner allows students to search for, create, and save a variety of personalized schedule options based on their preferred courses and scheduling breaks.
The UT Planner is a planning tool only, and students must still register at their designated registration times via the online registration system. Texas One Stop. Your One Stop destination for services related to financial aid, transcripts, tuition billing and registration assistance. Visit onestop.utexas.edu, or call 512-232-6988.
Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Visit Texas One Stop ›. MAI 1 (Ground Floor of UT Tower) 110 Inner Campus Dr. Austin, TX 78712. - To submit paper documents (such as appeals or applications), please scan a PDF of your document and email directly to Texas One Stop at [email protected]
The My Study Life online student planner enables you to keep track of all your classes, tasks, assignments and exams - anywhere, on any device. My Study Life will organize your academic life for you, ensuring that you never miss a piece of homework, or forget a lesson.
7 great planner apps for high school and college students 1. Todoist Android, iOS, and desktop: Free with paid upgrades available Todoist is a project planner and to-do list all in one. Used by companies like Amazon and Disney, and made for everyone from students to executives, Todoist is an app that can carry you through school and beyond.
Study Planner PDF Download & print Student's Education Templates Whether it's in the classroom or in the room in your home, our templates will help you avoid shifting accountability and track your academic success on your own. Get organized, complete your studying hours, mark your grades, keep track of your progress for the actually semester.
Centered Student Planner The best planner for time management Alongside an on-trend design and excellent quality, this planner includes weekly video tutorials with time management and academic success strategies from an award winning teaching professor.
Rocketbook Reusable Academic Planner Amazon This planner merges analog with digital seamlessly, and is the top pick of Kelly P. Dillon, an associate professor of communication and digital media...
Planners and assignment workbooks for Open University students. Mid-year academic diaries for students. Gifts for OU students including Mugs, Bags, and Art.
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The Watercolor Mountains Student Planner is the creative student's dream planner. You literally make it all you want it to be and can choose from a number of different layouts. The key to this planner for college is customization. PurpleTrail allows you to tailor the planner to your liking by picking the cover material and page color.
This homework planner can be used for any grade level to help students organize their schedules, develop good study habits, and meet homework deadlines. It features ample space where you can list all the upcoming homework, projects, and tests you have for the week, as well as a section where you can indicate due dates and dates of completion.
Design a college level planner that promotes your school's identity while fostering student accountability. Help students stay on track in college and beyond. Shop College Get Your FREE Info Pack! Begin your customization journey by exploring your options! Once you sign up for your FREE info pack, you will receive:
Using Planner and Other Apps. Microsoft Planner is a task management software making it easy for your Team to create new plans, organize and assign tasks, share files, and chat about what you're working on to get updates. Each plan has its own board that lets you organize tasks into buckets and categorize tasks based on status or to whom they ...
Available in a 5 or 7-day spread, the PurpleTrail Student Planner makes keeping track of bell schedules & assignments a breeze; customize the labels to fit your unique course load, then include add-on pages such as Student Resources, Reading Log, Graph Paper, and more to create the perfect planner for a successful school year. Available in a ...
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