My bullet journal school layout & setup is going to inspire you to organize your bullet journal for the new semester. Each bullet journal college layout was created with the idea of maximizing the space in all the pages of my planner.
I hope my school layout inspires you to create beautiful layouts on your bullet journal! Check out my bullet journal yearly setup.
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The first two pages of my planner have an inspirational quote and the key I use for my classes.
On the left page of my journal, I wrote a quote that always inspires me to study hard and not give up when classes are difficult:
“A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere.”
I tried to have a simple and organized key. This helps me stay on top of everything I write in my bullet journal. I learned that when I write assignments with colors and shapes, I am able to remember them faster.
My index is pretty simple and straight forward. The only color I added was the bright orange washi tape and wrote the title with a black gel pen. I prefer gel pens because the ink is very black and it lasts longer on the page.
On the left page, I wrote/drew my class schedule. Since all my classes are color coded, I wrote the title and the description of the classes with their respective colors.
On the right page, I wrote all my instructor’s information, their office hours and contact information. Instead of writing the class title with a color pen, I simply highlighted the title.
On the left page, I wrote all the assignments that I need to finish during that week. In the middle of the page, I drew a study plan (Monday – Sunday). On this layout, I distribute the assignments that I want to finish and what days I want to do them. I like this method, as it forces me to stay on track and not fall behind.
Every week, I write an inspirational quote on the top of the right page. I also wrote my daily to-dos, which include cleaning my room and packing my lunch.
I wrote my calendar on a sticky index/tab note, this helps me find the current week faster and forces me to realize how many weeks or days I have left until I need to turn in and assignment or take an exam.
If you enjoy watching bullet journal videos on youtube:
I made a video about my yearly layout/setup. The school layout part starts at minute 3:40.
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