Resources › For Students and Parents College Valentine's Day Survival Guide Share Flipboard Email Print Sam Edwards / Getty Images For Students and Parents College Life Dating Before You Arrive Academics Health, Safety, and Nutrition Living On Campus Outside The Classroom Roommates Graduation & Beyond Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Admissions Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Kelci Lynn Lucier Education Expert M.Ed., Higher Education Administration, Harvard University B.A., English and Comparative Literary Studies, Occidental College Kelci Lynn Lucier has worked in higher education for over a decade. She is the author of "College Stress Solutions" and features on many media outlets. our editorial process Kelci Lynn Lucier Updated December 22, 2017 Valentine's Day and college can make a fantastic—or awkward—mix. Make the most of your situation by enjoying yourself, enjoying the day, and—if applicable—enjoying the time with a significant other. Conversely, of course, you can find information on making the most of being single. Valentine's Day doesn't have to be a celebration only for those already coupled up! If You're Single Being single on Valentine's Day doesn't have to mean being awkward or having a funky night. There are multiple ways to ensure you still have a great Valentine's Day—without a significant other. If You Have a Crush on Someone Have a crush on someone? Not sure what to do about it? Valentine's Day can be the perfect catalyst for moving toward something more. If You Have a Date Have a date for Valentine's? Thought that was the difficult part...until you tried to plan something? Check out these easy (and affordable) date ideas to help make sure your night is all you want it to be. If You're in a Long-Distance Relationship Being in a long-distance relationship can be hard enough without things like Valentine's Day reminding you of the distance between you and your significant other. Learn more about how to make the distance a little easier.