This list includes a bit of everything. It’s perfect for students because there’s a bit of sass, life-lessons, and cosyness that they might miss whilst living on their own.
If it’s their first time heading out into the brave new adult world, then mark the occasion with a pasta cooker! Some truly inspiring and educational books on how to apply for universities, and how to get through them can also be found in this list, so there really is no excuse to let them go without a parting gift!
The giant bean bag is the perfect gift idea for university students. They can do whatever they want to do with this bean bag. They can comfortably sit on it and enjoy their day while watching some movies, T.V. series, and playing some game.
And, the best part of this giant bean bag is, they can comfortably sleep on this and can be lost in the world of sweet dreams.
#2 Sony PS4 Pro
Students love to play games, whether it is on the big screen or small screen. And the Sony PS4 Pro is one of the best gaming consoles that you can gift to the university students. Its enhanced graphics and 4K support feature make this product more unique and powerful gaming console out there.
They can play their latest and favorite games on this console with their friends all day. This console will never let you down when it comes to gaming.
A gift that can help someone to stay fit and healthy is the best gift for everyone. The Fitbit Versa is the most advanced fitness tracking watch available right now. This watch comes with lots of unique features including all-day activity tracking, 4 days battery life, 24/7 heart rate tracking, more than 15 plus exercise modes, play music, and much more.
Making friends while studying at university can be intimidating. Can We Talk Cards make it easier to connect with the people you meet on campus, by helping take the guesswork out of small talk. The deck includes 50 questions designed to spark connection through conversation in and out of class!
The College Bound Organizer is your step-by-step comprehensive guide to organize every step of the college application process from college search through college admission. Applying to college is intimidating and overwhelming for both teenagers and parents.
The challenge is to be well informed, prepared, focused and organized throughout the multi-step college search and admission process. Your solution is The College Bound Organizer, the ultimate guide to help students effectively navigate this very complicated and stressful process.
The Academic Hustle tells the story of Matthew Pigatt and his transformation from a juvenile delinquent with a 2.1 GPA in high school to a national award-winning researcher, graduating magna cum laude from Morehouse College.
Matthew uses his journey of entering college on academic probation and covering all tuition with loans—to securing over $100,000 in scholarships, fellowships, and awards—as a springboard for a detailed, step-by-step guide to academic and career achievement.
When you have anxiety of depression, you can feel deeply alone. You can feel like you’re the only person on the planet who’s struggling with weird worries (which won’t go away), who can’t go grocery shopping without getting sweaty and panicked, who fears everything.
Someone we can relate to, someone who shares their story, with vulnerability and without filters. With You Can Do All Things, Kate Allan has given us such a gift. In You Can Do All Things, Kate shares her struggles with anxiety and depression, which started when she was just a child. Through her honest words, uplifting illustrations, and actionable suggestions, Kate also encourages us to keep trying and to keep going.
In Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties: A Guide to Help You Navigate the Business World, Kayla Buell, founder of the award-winning blog Lost GenY Girl, helps you face the corporate world post-college. Navigating a corporate working world filled with pitfalls and traps is not easy – there’s no app for that.
In Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties, Buell helps the early career professionals get their kickass career running.
Craftivism is a non-violent form of activism that gives people a voice when they feel voiceless and power where they feel powerless. It is an international movement for our time, and noted Craftivism expert Sayraphim Lothian has put together the first-ever tutorial book on the subject.
In Guerrilla Kindness, this master craftivist shows you how to make and use various crafts for political and protest purposes, including crafting methods like embroidery, cross stitch, knitting, stenciling, decoupage, stamping and much more.
Okinawa, Japan is a tiny, tiny island south of the Japanese mainland where people live their life’s purpose every day. How is it possible for so many to live each day in such meaningful ways?
The Okinawan concept of ikigai. How to Ikigai describes the lifestyle choices that have led to an island full of fulfilled, long-living people.
What is your greatest wish? Do you want a new job? More free-time to relax in your backyard with a glass of Rosé? You don’t need a miracle to make your wish a reality.
With Wishwork, you will visualize your #1 wish, write it down, focus on it, and take action for 21 days in a row to make your wish come true. Alexa Fischer is your guide on this 21-day journey.
No matter what kind of career you’ve chosen, you’re going to deal with discouragement, frustration, and situations that are, shall we say, “less than ideal.” It could be a job interview that goes nowhere. Or a book that gets rejected…48 times and counting. Or a vicious one-star review that rattles your self-esteem and makes you question your talent, your identity, everything. When that moment arrives, open this book.
No matter what subject you’re studying, Uni students go through an alarming amount of sticky notes and reminders. This brightly colored book of sticky notes is the perfect gift for the Uni student who needs to keep track of everything they need to do with “don’t forget”, “later”, “to do today”, and even “no way” sticky notes.
There’s no excuse for not being organized with this compact book of notes that your Uni student can carry around everywhere!
When were in college, we like to cook things as quick as possible, with all of our studying and hanging out with friends, etc. Not only that, pasta is something we cook often. This Microwave cooker for pasta saves time, saves energy and is reussable. I truly feel this is a great asset for college students.
College students are constantly working on laptops in bed or on the couch. Give them some homely comfort by buying them a laptop stand that’ll work as a portable desk. Now they can sit on their laptop anywhere in the house in comfort! Consider accompanying this gift with a throw or blanket to keep them warm on the couch.
Whether it’s your first time in a dorm or you just like being prepared, nothing beats a multi-tool. But most are heavy and hard to open, resulting in them being left behind when you need them most. The TSA-compliant Geekey boasts over 16 tools, but it’s only a little larger than a standard house key and weighs under 1 ounce. Built into it are:
– Combination slotted, Phillips and square screwdrivers
– Imperial and metric closed wrenches
– Smoking pipe and bowl
– Wire bender
– Bottle opener
– Quarter-inch bit driver
– Wire stripper
– 90-degree protractor
– Quarter-inch open wrench
– Imperial and metric rulers
– Bike spoke key
This speaker is deceptively small and seems too good to be true for its low price, but the sound will make the surface its sitting on vibrate and be heard from across the house when turned up all the way. It’s waterproof, has 12 hours of battery life, and connects via bluetooth.
Its louder, doesn’t need plugged in, and more responsive than the Amazon best-seller Echo Dot, which is the other option of its kind that I own.
The Best Damn Life Workbook was written by Dr. Risa Stein, a professor of psychology. It is intended to help individuals, particularly students, create fulfilling lives for themselves.
The exercises in the BDLW guide students through exercises geared toward helping them develop a plan tailored to their personal values, desires, and goals.
#19 Car Trash Can
Between driving to school, work, fun, and road trips, a college student’s car can get messy. A simple car trash can is a great gift for anyone on the go.
Students often live in small spaces, but still want to keep tidy. A handheld vacuum makes cleaning small spaces easy, and it doesn’t take up much room to store.
As students are always on the go, they appreciate a nice water bottle to accompany their adventures. Students often don’t have many funds to spare and are unlikely to spend more than they have to common things.
The SURIN yoga wheel is perfect for uni students, especially for relaxation and leisure purposes.
Using the SURIN yoga wheel helps promoting yoga as an exercise to be done at any time and at any place. When one is feeling exhausted or drained due to overloaded uni activities and assignments, it is important to find inner peace within oneself.
With the yoga wheel, the student would find it easier to be able to stretch the body, which helps to release tension in one’s body and restoring vitality and energy.
#23 THREADJAR Socks
ThreadJar is a men’s sock line with a vision to provide an accessory that expresses confidence. All of our socks are made up of 80% cotton and are made with the finest threads, ensuring a long-lasting and colorful pair of socks.
Our socks are an easy yet affordable gift for any university student. They can wear these to class, school events or a night out in the town with friends.
What is a bumbershoot? Or a moonbow? And what does it mean when someone absquatulates…? Find out all this and more in the Dictionary of Difficult Words. Test your knowledge with more than 400 words to amaze, confuse and inspire budding wordsmiths (and adults).
All of the words featured in this book are difficult to spell, hard to say and their meaning is obscure to most children (and most adults!) Written with simple, easy-to-understand definitions by lexicographer Jane Solomon, this dictionary celebrates the beauty of the English language for family trivia time spent around the printed page
Who are you? What is racism? Where does it come from? Why does it exist? What can a single uni student do to disrupt it? With this book one can learn about social identities, the history of racism and resistance against it, and how one can use anti-racist lens and voice to move the world toward equity and liberation.
While it can’t help unpack your dorm room, the LaCie Mobile Drive is perfect for optimizing your digital archive by expanding data storage opportunities. The LaCie Mobile Drive has the capacity and proven reliability to securely store your data, ensuring that every midterm paper, final project and group presentation is backed up safely.
#27 Cairn XL Lantern
Cairn XL is the first-ever lantern with proximity lighting (it gets brighter as you walk away) and uses a free mobile app to control power, dimming, color, light alarms, proximity lighting, battery settings, and light strobe.
The Torrey is engineered with a layer of Thermoline™ —a material designed to regulate and insulate against harsh temperatures to keep the adventure going even in extreme weather conditions. It also has a detachable lanyard that adds additional security and convenience to keep your device right at your fingertips.
The Timp bags flaunt a lightweight, minimalist design that strikes an ideal balance of style and function for urban living or off-grid adventures. These bags were designed for convenience with well-placed stowaway pockets, padded shoulder straps, front webbing for accessory attachments, and adjustable sternum straps.
This stainless steel coffee cup is also a french press that can be used to travel with coffee or tea on-the-go. This is perfect for college students who don’t want to spend the time making coffee before class as well as dealing with the cleanup involved with coffee pots and filters!
Simply put the desired amount of coffee in the cup, pour in boiling water, and push down the press, which is attached to the lid! Don’t like coffee? You can also put loose leaf tea into the mug.
As many students can tell you, taking notes can often be a struggle. Transcribing a lecture verbatim can lead to illegible scribbles, but focusing just on the highlights can leave students worried they’ve missed something.
In the last few years, however, a new trend has emerged that can help students retain the information from class, while engaging their creative side: visual notetaking. Also referred to as sketchnoting, visual notetaking is ideal for documenting processes, planning projects, outlining ideas, and capturing information.
Nothing helps a student stay on task like a to-do list with a built-in timer. Your scholar can write down key tasks on the dry erase board then set the Time Timer to stay on track for each one.
This patented visual countdown timer has been proven to increase productivity and focus, and is used by everyone, including Silicon Valley best-selling author Jake Knapp. The MOD is removable and can easily be thrown into a backpack and taken to the library or a favorite coffee shop. Give the gift that levels up your student’s time management skills.
How about a new sci-fi trilogy? Does the student get into the superhero craze? Code 47 to BREV Force by F. Barish-Stern is a superhero trilogy that chronicles the adventures of 2 college students, the Kane twins who try to save their friends, family and eventually the world from a computer virus and its holograms, and in the process become superheroes.
As BREV Force they experience the responsibility of superheroes but also learn the burden that responsibility can hold. They learn that the trials and tribulations of having power also reveals their strengths and vulnerabilities, and when the costumes and masks come off, they hope that they can be accepted for who they really are.
Creative Writing is a gift that can last a lifetime. Help a student achieve that dream with HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK, From an Idea to Your Published Story, also written by F. Barish-Stern., to be easy, fun, therapeutic and interactive. This book has helped so many to achieve their dream of beginning, writing and especially finishing their story!
Whether it’s for tailgating or going to other events outdoors, a personalized cooler makes a great gift for university students living very active lifestyles.
#36 Cooper Crossbody
From college game days to walking around the quad, the Cooper Crossbody Bag, in either black or gold, is Stadium-Approved so that your college student can take it everywhere they go.
With a removable strap, they can wear it however they like, depending on their mood that day. Gift your student with their new everyday go-to bag.
Every sorority girl needs to personalize her favorite items. Let her rep her favorite letters by gifting her with these fun and colorful confetti stickers. With adhesive backing, they can stick to everything from notebooks to water bottles.
The computer is an essential that every college kid takes with them everywhere. Keeping it clean and out of the no-spill zone is tough, but with a keyboard cover, your student won’t have to worry. Not only will your computer stay protected, but it will look cute too!
#39 Chicago Leggings
Ivysister’s beautifully designed leggings are made for both comfort & health. Wear them to the gym, class, or just lounge around the dorms in them! Created with a high rise slimming silhouette and power mesh waistband to grip tightly. Students will love the pockets on both legs to hold a phone, cards and keys. Say goodbye to “Freshman 15”, one pair at a time!
These mugs are perfect for college students because they have sassy sayings on the front, and because reusable cups are perfect for college students who live in the dorms.