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15 College Blogs You Should Be Following In 2019

College blogs have become a staple in the lives of many college students thanks to the rise of the internet. 2019 is poised to be a big year for college blogs so we created list dedicated to college blogs you should follow in 2019. (Are you thinking about starting a blog in college?)

College Info Geek

College Info Geek is a website helping students get the most out of their college experience. With study hacks that will help you spend less time studying and more time building your personal brand, following this site should be a no-brainer. They even offer tips on how to pay off your college debt in a reasonable time.

College Cures

College Cures is one of my favorite college blogs to follow because of their wide-variety of college related topics. Their blog covers everything from hangovers to setting up a business in your dorm room. The content they produce will help you get a date and help you pass your next midterm exam.

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Studenomics is a college blog based on the idea that personal finance should be fun and entertaining. Martin Dasko, the founder of Studenomics, was able to graduate college debt-free, save $25,000, and started a profitable blog. Students should follow this college blog because Martin does a good job of explaining personal finance and he gives tips on how students can build their own brand.

College Life Made Easy

College Life Made Easy is all about making college easier for students. With free templates that include a monthly finance planner, daily journal, and packing list it’s easy to see the value this blog provides. They cover a variety of topics that cover scholarships, college tips, and money management tips. This should be one of the best college blogs in 2019 so don’t miss out.

Money State Unversity

Money State University is one of the top college blogs to look out for in 2019.
Alexandria Hitt, the founder of Money State University, is a Finance major at Florida State University. Her blog is filled with useful content which covers learning how money works. Learning about how money works is generally a boring topic, but Alexandria does a good job at adding flavor which helps young students digest the material better.

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The College Investor

The College Investor is all about helping students get out of debt, earn more money, and investing. Robert Farrington, the founder of College Investor, is known as America’s Millennial Money Expert which should tell you he has a proven track record for helping students. This college blog does a great job highlighting the good, bad, and ugly about student loans and investing.

Sincerely Ms.G

Sincerely Ms.G is one of the college blogs you should look for in 2019. The blog was created by Gamila, who is a college blogger making a difference. On her blog, you can find helpful tips about college, life, and eating healthy. Gamila is a college student herself so she knows the struggle of being in college. Her blog is full of helpful content and I suggest you check it out.

Style By Kye

Style By Kye is one of the only lifestyle/fashion blogs to make this list and for good reason. Most of the lifestyle/fashion/travel blogs we wanted to add to this list weren’t consistent enough for us to recommend their blog to you. That is simply not the case with Style By Kye. Even though she is a full-time student she somehow finds a way to upload quality content on a consistent basis. Join her on her journey to becoming doctor and learn a few fashion/college tips along the way.

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Student Fitness

Jeremy, the founder of Student Fitness, created the blog to help students “achieve a level of health and fitness” while attending school full-time. He does a great job creating content for students confused about eating healthy and working out. If you want to get active and start eating healthier in 2019, I would give his blog a follow.

College Entrepreneur 101

We had to include our website on this list because we are one of the fastest-growing college blogs on the internet. College Entrepreneur 101 is one of the only college entrepreneurship blogs on the internet showing college students how to start a digital business on a limited budget. College students all over the world are making money using the power of the internet. By starting blogs, vlogs, and e-commerce sites, some students are paying off their college debt.


College Subreddit

Reddit has become of my favorite places to look for answers, tips, hacks when it comes to college life. Reddit is a user-generated Q/A website that has grown in popularity over the last five years. You can find answers to FASFA questions, campus WiFi hacks, and personal stories from students attending other Universities.

Her Campus

Her Campus is a college blog that empowers college women to take control of their destiny. They have over ten thousand contributors and college journalist helping to spread their message. They cover a variety of topics that include style, health, career, and entertainment. If you are a woman in college then you should bookmark this college blog in 2019.

Seeking Millennial

Seeking Millennial covers a variety of topics that are very important to being a college student. Topics like fashion, books, dating, fitness, food, and college life is what makes this blog special.

Not Your Average College Food

Not Your Average College Food was made for broke college students who struggle to keep a balanced diet. This blog helps college students who have limited resources, but a passion for eating. Emily started this blog after her first year of school because she wanted to help students who are deprived of good food.

College Fashionista

College Fashionista is a blog helping college students understand the fashion and beauty industry. They give college students a defined medium to “express, engage, and share” their fashion identity.

If there is a college blog that I missed or you have a college blog comment down below & we will add it to the list

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14 thoughts on “15 College Blogs You Should Be Following In 2019

  1. I love that you made this website for entrepreneurs. Schools leave so many of the students behind the curve and with a mountain of debt, I see a lot of potential here. I’d be happy to support any entrepreneurs coming out of college that is looking for a career in digital marketing or graphics. I own two successful companies and Adrian Agency. We are also developing our third which is a startup that will teach college student to build a business, not just a career.

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  3. Bomo says:

    This a wonderful list of college blogs. I personally live off College Info Geek… hahaha.

    Anyway, reading college blogs inspired me to start mine and I must say it’s a rewarding experience.

    Here’s a link to my blog:

    Hopefully, it can make it to this list in 2020.

  4. Bomo Dambo says:

    This is a great list. I literally live off College Info Geek and stumbling across your blog has definitely glued me in #NewAvidReader.

    I have a college blog too: “The Jampearl Blog” ( I launched it in 2016 but under the free platform. I just re-launched it this year in May and I’m serious about blogging now. Hopefully, my blog makes it to your next list.

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      1. Bomo Dambo says:

        Thank you for checking out my blog. This is amazing.

        I just emailed you.

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