Moving to the School of Art Institute of Chicago

So you want to be an artist, filmmaker, architect, photographer, videographer or writer? The School of Art Institute of Chicago, called SAIC for short, is the perfect place if you’re looking for a career in an art field. It has been recognized as the most influential art school in the nation, and rightfully so as […]

Living Near Public Transportation

If convenience is something you strive for in life, then you may have considered living near public transportation. After all, taking the bus to work saves gas and also reduces harmful emissions in the air. Although living near public transportation is ideal, there are a couple things to keep in mind when searching for a […]

Making Room in Your Dorm

Moving into a dorm not only makes you realize how much stuff you have, but it also makes you stay organized.  Making room in your dorm is important because there is no room for hoarding or disorganization,  unless you want to sleep on a pile of clutter. You also have to keep in mind that […]

Moving to the University of Pennsylvania

Ready to head over to an Ivy League? Congratulations on being accepted to the University of Pennsylvania, or UPenn for short! It’s one of the original nine colonial colleges and its founder was Benjamin Franklin. Its rich history includes the first school of medicine and first school of business in the U.S. Located in Philadelphia, […]

How to Be a Good Subletter

Most simply put, subletting is letting someone else stay at your property for a set period of time without signing onto a full contract. Most sublet situations are beneficial for both parties — someone needs a place to stay for a short period of time while the other person needs to be away for a […]

Tailgating in Style

The season has finally come! The season that sports fans and college students alike look forward to all summer long. The season of course, is tailgating season! To ensure you attend and host your tailgating parties in style, the editors at Moving Insider have rounded up a list of our favorite stylish and useful accessories […]

What NOT To Do In College

Congratulations, you’ve conquered high school and have moved to college to start the next chapter of life. This is a time of exploration, growing up and finding yourself. Although it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement, there are some things that shouldn’t be done in college. Don’t be close-minded in college. Trying new […]

Surviving the First Week of College

You’ve just moved to college and classes are right around the corner. Adjusting to the first week of college after summer vacation can be difficult. Here are some tips to help you survive the first week of school: Settle in before classes start. The few days prior to the start of classes should be spent […]

How Does uhaulcarshare Work?

Update on 10/20/16 Many people move to new cities without owning a personal vehicle to get around town.  Sometimes owning a car is not an option whether it’s due to cost, parking limitations, storage, going to college, or simply by choice.  So, what do you do if you don’t own a car but need to pick […]

College Bound: Moving to UC Davis

Fall is nearing, and as it does, soon-to-be college students everywhere are beginning to plan their journeys to the dorms. If you’ve decided to attend the University of California, Davis (UC Davis), then congratulations. This college is one of the world’s leading research institutions and was ranked no. 7 of the top 50 public colleges […]

College Bound: Moving to the University of Oregon

Moving to the University of Oregon is a time in your life that you will never forget. Moving out of your parent’s home, out into the world on your own,  and changing the way you look at life  are all experiences to be excited for. But, before you begin your college career, you should know […]

College Bound: Moving to Penn State University

So, you’ve graduated from high school and you will soon be moving to Penn State University… A ‘congratulations’ is in order! You have a very rewarding academic experience ahead. Penn State University is known for its high research activity, and also for the beloved Penn State Nittany Lions. This week, we continue our college bound […]