A more accurate term would be Freshers' Month, for the clubs and bars that cater to these sprightly, energetic (for now) kids just embarking on their academic journeys are likely to drag out the Freshers' parties for as long as they can.
Aside from the university unions, the stretch of Sauchiehall Street between Charing Cross and Rose Street is where much of the city centre's Fresher action is focused.
Here, student-friendly clubs abound.
The Garage offers neverending cheap thrills, the ABC gives modern take on the old school indie disco and O'Couture provides a haven for rugby boys and their ilk.
Campus – the student enormo-bar which sits bang in the middle of the chaos of Sauchiehall Street – is a place often sniffed at.
Sure, it's not the most sophisticated boozer on the street, or even on its side of the street, but the majority of our Freshers do not make their way here for elegant nights spent discussing the intricate points of the day's studies.
They come for the abundance of cheap beer and cheesy tunes and because as a student, there's really nothing else to do.
It might be the bar that taste decided to bodyswerve, but it remains popular for that exact reason.