A typical college student's grocery costs range from $80 to $200 a month. Within this range, there are a couple of factors to consider when predicting a college student's grocery c...
Food (assuming that most meals are eaten on campus), $500-$1,000 ... Since
many college students work, and earn an average of $5,000 to $6,000 annually,
Jan 16, 2013 ... It includes time, money, convenience, and many other factors. ... currently living
off-campus, how much do you spend on food per semester?
Apr 20, 2015 ... I wasn't surprised to find that I spend most of my money on eating out, ... Dining
out costs me on average of just under $16 — $15.83 to be ... Gas and food are
necessities that probably cost me about $200 a month altogether.
I tend to spend $150-$200 dollars a month on groceries, and that's basically
eating at home for all meals. I am a 20 year old college student and I cook food...
Apr 1, 2015 ... ... much you can expect to pay. Today's Question: How Much Do You Spend on
Groceries Each Month? ... College student budget :(. Reply Flag.
Apr 8, 2015 ... Food is one of our largest regular expenses, and yet the one with the most wiggle
room. Let's talk about food spending. The Most Common ...
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And ... College graduates with the average $27,000 in student loan debt can end
up ... New Grads, Here's How To Spend Your Money Every Month ... Food:
Dinner out on campus can easily cost $15 to $20 a person and a fast ...
Mar 27, 2014 ... College students typically don't have much disposable income, so ... class of
2013 owed an average of $35,200 in college-related debt. ... students often get
pizza delivered, order takeout, hit up a fast-food joint, or eat out at a restaurant. ...
You want your dorm to feel like home, but you don't have to spend...
I also buy a lot of fresh fruit, which is expensive for how much food you actually
get. ... living expenses in college), but now we are in a pretty tight financial ...
bunch of premeds spending $150-200 on food / per month? what do ...