As you transition into your college experience, you will discover new and sometimes unanticipated demands on your time, demands that will require new strategies for time management. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics American Time Use Survey, high school students will spend an average of 5.9 to 6.4 hours a day on education, hours spent mostly in school starting early in the morning.1 In college, however, the average full-time student (ages fifteen to forty-nine) will spend only 3.3 hours a day2 on educational activities and the peak time when full-time students are engaged in the highest number of educational activities falls around 10:00 a.m. For part-time students, those peak hours extend past 8:00 p.m.!3 In college you will have more control over how many hours you spend on your education and when you will schedule those hours. How you manage those hours corresponds to how successful you will be in college and throughout life.