Massage. Work out the stress and anxiety of finals week with a relaxing massage.
Tablet. With accessories like keyboards, it’s even easier for college students to use tablets like the iPad for note-taking. They can even download their textbooks as e-books and save money and the environment in the process. Good-bye back pain from carrying heavy textbooks!
Gift card. Whether it’s to iTunes to load up on study music, to a nice restaurant in town, or Amazon where they can get virtually anything, gift cards are a great way to go.
Portable Speaker. I have the X-mini ii and you would be surprised at how much it amps up the sound when watching a show on your laptop or listening to Pandora on your smartphone. At$19, it’s a great gift.
Gym membership. How better to kick/avoid the Freshman 15 than working out? They can hit the pilates, spin, or Zumba classes to stay motivated.
Luxurious mattress cover. Not only will this facilitate a better night’s sleep (what college student wouldn’t go for that?) it will also add some healthy boundaries between them and the mattress in the dorm.
Movie tickets. After finishing a big paper or writing a midterm, sometimes you just need to unwind. Movie tickets will let them turn their minds off and reward themselves for a job well done.
One Line a Day book. This five year memory book will help preserve memories for years to come. $16.95
Money. Green goes a long way with college students and they will welcome it in any amount! Money talks, baby.