1. Enroll in a summer class you have a genuine interest in. If you’re heading abroad this summer, take that required foreign language course to hone in your linguistic skills. Want to take up a new hobby? Enlist in a photography or arts class so that you not only fulfill a prerequisite but enhance your creativity simultaneously. It makes tackling hefty projects and knocking out assignments a breeze to make room for the fun in the sun you crave.
2. Take your classes at a reasonable time. Let’s be real. Summer means weekday hangovers so if you have the option to take an afternoon or night summer class, opt for those over the morning sessions. However, maintain a sense of responsibility and don’t party binge throughout the week if you know you have an exam or important presentation to give.