By CampusDiscoveryCollege students have a lot to juggle: classes, budgets, studying, and hopefully, some sort of social life. So, it’s not surprising when we forget an assignment or show up late for a group project; our lives would be so much easier if there was some magic device that could organize and calendar everything we need to stay on track. Well, guess what? There’s an app for that and so much more! Whether it’s keeping on budget or simply fighting the Freshman 15, help is just a download away. For college students, these five free apps are an absolute must-have.1. Mint.com Cost: FREE Never blow your budget again. Use the Mint.com app to manage all your banking and credit card accounts, set a budget, see where you spend the most money, and even create goals for future purchases (like Spring Break!). Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.2. StudiousCost: FREE Forget about carrying around a bulky planner, just download Studious. Simply put in your class schedule and the app will automatically silence your device during class and remind you about upcoming assignments and tests. Upgrade ($1.99) to Studious+ and get even more. Available on Android.3. TrelloCost: FREE Group projects are a given in college, but they don’t have to be painful with Trello. Create to-do lists, assign tasks, and keep track of what has been completed and what still needs to be done. You can upload photos and videos too! Whether you are sitting in class, doing laundry, or hanging out with friends, your projects are just a click away. Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.4. MyFitnessPal.comCost: FREE Fight off the dreaded Freshmen 15 with the MyFitnessPal.com app. Keep track of your food intake, count calories, and log your activities to help manage your weight and stay fit. Staying healthy has never been easier. Available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows phone.5. Wi-Fi FinderCost: FREE Break free of the campus and find Wi-Fi anywhere! The Wi-Fi Finder app lets you search for free or paid access by location or type of connection. A map shows you all the available spots, allowing you to select the one that best suits your needs. Available on Android, iPhone and iPod Touch.Do you know of a great app that college students would love to use?