I'm a college student too and while I empathize, I just can't really relate. Atleast you're eating something but it doesn't really take that long to make breakfast. Eggs scramble fast. You can also boil them and put them in the fridge to grab and go. Add an apple or other fruit and you're good to go! Yogurt is also good. I've been having smoothies with fruit, yogurt, and peanut butter lately. It's quick and I can drink it while I'm getting ready for class/work. As far as lunch, I make a big batch during the weekend and pack that in containers for the week. I also drink all my water every day. It helps with fake hunger and keeps me hydrated...I work out most days in the morning because I know I won't do it when I get home at 8 or 9. Planning ahead combats stress for me. If I plan my meals ahead of time then I can worry about the 2 exams I have this week. My main suggestion is to really look at your schedule and study time. We all procrastinate or take "study breaks" for Facebook, twitter, spark people, etc...Taking an extra 5 minutes to grab breakfast or 30 minutes to get a quick workout may not really take up as much time as you think.