Creating a Plan: How to make the most out of dorm life

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Moving into a college dorm room can be a big deal for a lot of students.

It can also make some kids a little homesick.

Experts suggest creating a dorm room supply checklist to make sure you have everything you need when you move.

According to College View, start with things you can't live without, like clothes, and then move to items that make you feel more at home, like pictures and CDs.

Don't forget personal items, like shampoo, towels and razors, even though you were likely not responsible for purchasing them at home.

Then, make a list of big items that you and your roommate will likely be sharing.

For more information about planning before heading to the dorms, visit College View's article.

Michael Harris, from Bed Bath & Beyond, stopped by our studios with some tips on creating a back-to-school game plan.

For more information, visit Bed Bath & Beyond's website.

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