When you’re not getting enough college credits to graduate, you might want to rethink your drinking game plans.
College students aren’t going to quit drinking anytime soon.
But that’s a big deal for them and their college friends.
College students who don’t take the college drinking game seriously might be getting discouraged from getting into the college games.
This year, more than 20,000 people who graduated from college this past year are expected to graduate with debt, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And as college students get their bachelor’s degrees, they may be more likely to skip drinking games and instead find themselves spending more time on socializing and gaming.
This year, college students are spending more and more time with friends and family, said Amy Krawczyk, the director of the Institute of Student Services at the University of Southern California.
That could be a good thing, Krawchzyk said, because college students tend to be more focused on their academic success.
The fact that more college students will be studying online, on social media, and on the job is encouraging, said Julie Taggart, an associate professor of psychology at the College of William and Mary.
The internet is where college students have more access to information and the ability to interact with their peers, Taggaras said.
Students who don,t study or do nothing at all are more likely than their peers to drink at least once in their life, according a study by the National Center for Health Statistics.
College student socializing is a trend that’s growing and gaining momentum.
The number of college students who socialize with their friends or classmates on social networking sites has doubled in the past five years, according the American College Health Association.
In a recent survey, 46 percent of college freshmen and seniors said they have never had any drinks before.
About a quarter of college juniors and seniors, however, said they had had at least one drink, according, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
Drinking games have long been an integral part of the college experience.
The popular games include video games like Candy Crush Saga, and the online games like World of Warcraft, which allow users to interact and share images and videos.
The games, which range from casual to more serious, include drinking games like the popular video game Dungeons and Dragons, which are played for hours.
According to the National Institutes of Health, about 30 percent of adults who were drinking in 2014 had an alcohol problem.
And that percentage has remained stable since 2013, according National Institute of Drug Abuse statistics.
The number of people who say they drink more than one drink a week or more than four drinks a day has tripled since 1999, according Gallup.
And more than 80 percent of Americans now have at least a drink in their body, according an Associated Press survey released in November.
But if you’re a college student who is struggling to quit a drinking game, it might be worth taking the next step, said Michael Tressel, a former counselor in the psychology department at the California State University, Los Angeles.
Tressel said college students need to realize the power of socializing.
Drinking is one of the best ways to get into college, he said.
You need to have the same energy, you need to want to do something, and it can be a lot of fun.