Dorm Room Shui.
If there were only ONE thing (there are several, but) that any student should do, what would that be? Oh, yes, keeping the clutter cleared was right up there. Implausible as that may be considering the age range we're dealing with. And making sure the bed if OFF the ground so Chi can circulate underneath is quite critical too. In fact, keeping a separation between studying and the bed is pretty important too. The bed should be for sleeping ONLY (any/all of my college buddies reading this now, keep your memories to yourself or I'll, well I'll... okay, well, I have a wand and I'm not afraid to use it!) So, yes, the bed for sleeping ONLY and another area for study. There's a subtle psychological cure there that will result in better grades in the long run. As will a globe in FAME or books or even a pagoda in KNOWLEDGE. But the runner up in this tech tainted world of the most important dorm room Shui is putting a healthy green plant in the room to absorb the EMFs and the negative emotions that could conceivably clog up that same space. But... the single, most important piece of DORM ROOM SHUI that I can offer is there... and, believe it or not it applies to students of all walks of life, of every age and color and creed. And it goes like this:
THE FIRST THING YOU SEE IN THE MORNING AND THE LAST THING YOU SEE AT NIGHT HAS AN IMPERCEPTIBLE BUT ENORMOUS INFLUENCE AND IMPACT ON EVERY SINGLE ASPECT OF YOUR LIFE.
Make sure that your college coed has something uplifting and brain boosting greeting them at the top of each day and sending them off to sweet dreams at night.