9 Best Facebook Pages for Students in 2024

| Updated on March 4, 2024

Knowing what your favorite celebrity is wearing or what is happening in sports is fine. Yet, nothing stops you from learning a thing or two that can increase your productivity levels and boost your IQ. As you browse through social media today, remember to check out these top Facebook pages that are guaranteed to add more value to your already awesome life.

1. Grammarly

One of the most trusted Artificial Intelligence cloud-based typing assistants. It is a United States-based Ukrainian company that was launched in 2009. It focuses on spelling, punctuation, delivery, tone, clarity, engagement, and, of course, grammar reviews. Grammarly uses AI to locate errors and suggest relevant corrections. In 2018, the company launched a Beta version optimized by Google Docs.

“Grammarly is online editing software that will change your writing for good. Correct grammar mistakes, misspellings, wrong use of words, and language formatting on the go. It is so easy to understand all the grammar rules with this website!” – Chris James, a professional writer from Paperell. On their page, students will get hints for optimizing their use of English, both spoken and written formats. They utilize fun videos and pictures to pass the message along.

2. New York Times Books

The New York Times is a daily newspaper that dishes out the latest news on important issues in America, founded in 1851 by Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones. Years later, in October of 1896, the New York Times Books published its first issue of “The New York Times Book Review.” Since then, it has done a fantastic job compiling some of the greatest literary works ever written in or translated into English.

Although its Facebook page has colorful images and artful posts, it also employs critical yet simple texts to give you the best. It feeds its followers from a good spring of experience. So, if you are among the top bookworm students, hurry on to your Facebook page to get the latest articles on which books to read to satisfy your imagination as well as help you grow mentally.


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration was formed in 1958 as a replacement for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. It is a United States federal government agency responsible for space research and the civilian space program.

Their online platform posts beautiful pictures of outer space with information about solar systems, satellites, constellations, journeys through space, and, of course, job and internship opportunities. So, if you want to learn something new about how things work or you are interested in becoming an astronaut or some other fun stuff, head over to their Facebook page and knock yourself out with the great ideas they share on Facebook.

4. TED

You are welcome to my Ted Talk about how being online but off social media for entertainment reasons alone can do you good. As you must know, TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design. It was founded in 1984 to share “ideas worth spreading”. It shares inspirational content and a wide range of other content to its community through social media on its Facebook page.

Whether you love the arts, sciences, or whatever other interests you have, this is the place to be. The conferences help students generate or hone either previously absent or previously dormant ideas, respectively.

National Geographic

5. National Geographic

The world is a global village. That phrase seems corny and cliche, yet as another cliche goes, it’s a cliche because it’s true. Thanks to the Wright brothers and the internet, being in places and going to places have become much easier than before.

NatGeo helps you understand this earth home even better through videos and other interactive media content on their social media such as Facebook.

6. Stuff You Missed in History Class

Holly and Tracy, hosts of the podcast, share stories in each new episode of people and events you probably didn’t know because you were probably not taught. Additionally, they share previous podcast episodes on their Facebook, so follow.

7. Bigger Better Brains

Run by Dr. Anita Collins, this project explores how much music has on the brain. It truly must be love in the brain. On Facebook, Bigger Better Brains shares neuromusical research results and shows the unique reactions of introverts and extroverts to music.

8. Mindshift

This brand is dedicated to reporting the evolution of teaching. It highlights how caregivers can meet the needs of their children and pedagogues the needs of their students. This means that it looks for inclusive ways of improvement where there are no racial, gender, emotional, or mental health biases.


It not only caters to teachers and parents, but it also has policymakers as part of its audience. MindShift tries to shift the mindset through its blog and podcast. Their social media pages are quite incisive and inclusive.

9. Harvard Health Publication

On Facebook, Harvard Health Publication shares its research from Harvard Medical School and its affiliate hospitals. So, you have to follow them on Facebook if you want to stay up to date on how to stay healthy. You will find helpful and easy-to-read summaries on their social media, so you don’t have to concern yourself with the comprehensive research you want to read.


From developing relevant skills to getting health tips, you have everything you need to amplify your inner greatness and make you more employable. Because, let’s face it, as students, you may know what Justin Bieber is wearing yet not know what to have for breakfast.

Looking forward a few years, the strategies you require to become a stable and more responsible member of society are just at the tip of your fingers today. All you have to do is follow these pages to get regular updates and even join their Facebook live sessions.

Khushboo Chhibber

Senior Web Writer and Video Creator

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