Student Bullet Journal Page Ideas

The image shows the semester overview of a bullet journal for September and October

Over the last two years, I've found having a planner/organiser to be extremely helpful when trying to organise university life. With trying to balance meeting new friends, seeing old friends, lectures, assignments and sports teams and societies having somewhere to note everything down can make your life a whole lot easier.


There is a multitude of ways which you can keep track of things, with the likes of phone calendars, organiser apps, and a good old fashion written by hand planner. However, if you've been around for a while you'll know that I definitely prefer using a bullet journal. Being able to change each weekly spread ever so slightly to fit that week's plans have worked in my favour this year.

So with that in mind, though I've done blog posts on my student bullet journal set up last year, since I'm on placement until December I thought it would be an ideal time to gather a list of pages that you can use in your bullet journal that might help you organise your university, or college or school, life with a bit more ease

Page ideas include, lecture timetables, person timetables, exams timetables, sports and societies timetables. Contacts for professors, counsellors, health services and work. Overviews for year, semesters, terms, assignments and modules. Trackers for grades, assignments, health and savings/money.

These are just a few ideas but if any of you use a bullet journal and are a student I hope that you find something that can help you organise your life a bit more.

I haven't included other general bullet journal page ideas but you can find those in this blog post if you are looking at starting a bullet journal or just want to freshen up on some ideas for pages.

Anyway, this is a short post unlike my last few but I hope you are enjoying these back to university blog posts, I've still got a few more to go so look forward to them.

But for now, how many of you use a bullet journal? And if not what ways do you use to keep organised? If you're starting university this September have you got a new way you're going to organise or have you got a way that works for you?

- Sophie

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