5 Back to College Products for a Safe School Year

Back-to-School

The 2020-2021 school year is almost here, which means staff is preparing for an influx of students on college campuses. Due to health concerns this year, colleges are doing everything to heighten safety, increase sanitation, and ensure social distancing.

Here are five products that not only students will appreciate receiving on the first day of school, but also will guarantee a safer school year as the classrooms fill up once again.  

First Aid Kit

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Filled with bandages, antiseptic wipes, and gauze pads, first aid kits are critical for every student to have in their dorm room or apartment. Colleges can even go the extra mile and provide a branded face mask and antibacterial wipes to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 across campuses.

Hardcover Notebook

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Pens and notebooks are essential supplies that can be found in every backpack. However, instead of a paper-cover notebook that can easily carry germs, hardcovers can quickly be cleaned by wiping a disinfectant wipe over the front and back of the notebook after each use.

Touchless Key Tool

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This popular device can be seen all over, helping recipients avoid germ-ridden doorknobs and elevator buttons. Your clients can add their college logo to the key, along with a QR code with detailed information on campus health services or resources available to students.

Twin Pocket Supply Pouch

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Okay, maybe not an item that will directly keep students safe. However, this multi-purpose supply pouch can hold important valuables, such as hand sanitizers and face masks, making it easy for students to quickly grab the essentials when on the go.

Value Tote Bag

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Perfect for orientation or the first day of school, these value tote bags can be filled with little goodies and informational flyers, so students know what to expect during their first few weeks back at college.

As students return or begin their first year at college, especially during this critical time, colleges need to provide clever merch that not only students will love and carry everywhere, but keep them safe and secure throughout the year.

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Lauren is a Content Writer at SAGE. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in Print Journalism and has fallen in love with the art of storytelling. When she's not writing, she's playing with her dog, Riley.

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