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College Student Time Use

Posted By: on September 21, 2010

Ever wonder what your peers are doing other than building farms on Facebook and Tweeting their recent eats at Pinkberry, or what the difference in activities is from high school to college? This handy little infograph gives a good insight into how the average student spends their time and what it ultimately translates into.

[Source: Online Schools]

9 Responses to “College Student Time Use”

  1. Michael says:

    erm, where's the massive portion for masturbating / having sex? :-0

    come on … they're students!! ;-)

  2. I spent more time studying/less time sleeping in hs, but I did attend a magnet high school. This prevented me from entering an elite university, so I spent less time studying yet excelling in my college studies allowing me entrance into a top graduate program. It worked out in the end :)

  3. circa says:

    I Find This Graph Hard To Believe Since Masturbation isnt Mentioned

  4. I don't know about the sex part, but the amount of time spent messaging and facebooking vs the amount of time studying is scary. Not only that, starting out from the average college education 20k in debt is doubly frightening.

  5. btom says:

    sounds about right, other than the working part. i want to know who works the 3 hour shifts a day, thats a pretty sweet deal.

  6. Phil says:

    Pretty sure I spent a lot more time drinking than in education or doing education activities.

  7. Cary says:

    kept shaking my head yes, as in that sounds about right…until I got to the debt portion. Is that meant to say $20K of debt per year they attended college???

  8. Tom says:

    Hm…and yet I spend at least 80% MORE time studying in college than I did in High School. Hm…

  9. Danielle says:

    It's funny how this no where near applies to Music Majors.

    Hours sitting in a practice room (per week) = 14 hours minimum

    and unemployed. no time for a job. thats out of the question.


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