College students may not be spending as much this year on holiday gifts.
That was among the findings of a recent student panel survey conducted by OnCampus Research, the research arm of indiCo, a division of the National Association of College Book Stores.
Here are the survey's findings.
Thirty percent of college students plan to spend less than last year. This year, they plan to spend $331.26, almost $80 less than a year ago.
While the percentage of students planning to give less than five gifts doubles to 18.7 percent compared to 2012, 45 percent of students are likely to purchase between five and 10 total gifts for family and friends.