[ENDED] GIVEAWAY: Win an Amazing Academic Planner for College!
Enter to Win a College Planner from Class Tracker & The Centered Student
With July being the midpoint of summer and the back to school season right around the corner, we decided to put together a giveaway.
This year we’re hooking up FOUR students with a free academic planner from our favorite brands.
We’ll be giving away (2) Class Tracker College Edition Planners and (2) Centered Student Planners.
We ranked both as top 5 contenders for the best college student planners so you can be sure they’ll help you THRIVE during the school year.
And if you’re not familiar with these planners:
Find all the nifty details you need to know in my 2022 Class Tracker Ultimate Student Planner review here and my review of the 2022 Centered Student Planner here.
Four lucky winners will each walk away with ONE of the following:
- (1) Class Tracker College Edition Planner in Cream with Grey & Butter, dated July 2022 – June 2023
- (1) Class Tracker College Edition Planner in Ocean Blue with Gold, undated
- (1) Centered Student Planner in Varsity Blue, dated Aug. 2022 – July 2023
- (1) Centered Student Planner in Autumn, dated Aug. 2022 – July 2023
⚠️ Please note: winners will not have choice of planner, instead the planners will be given to winners at random.
Enter for your chance to win by using the form below. You may need to scroll down on the form.
The giveaway kicks off on Monday, July 11th 2022 and ends at 11:45pm PST on Friday, July 15th 2022.
You must be at least 18 years old to enter and a resident of the United States. One winner will be selected randomly and notified via email.
Good luck!! 🤞
Charlie is the co-founder of College Life Made Easy and author of the book 175+ Things to Do Before You Graduate College. She’s a 2015 graduate who teaches overwhelmed students and parents of students how to confidently navigate the whole college thing. As a former broke college kid, she’s passionate about helping students develop the skills they need in order to thrive (instead of just survive), stress less, and actually enjoy the full college experience.