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Help make Move-In a stellar experience

One of our best days is when students move in to our residence halls. Parents often send glowing notes to express their delight at the Department of Residence Life and Housing’s organization and planning, and the fact they didn't have to lift a box!

This year, we ask for your help in maintaining the fine reputation of our Move-In Day experience. The Gallucci Hall demolition requires us to hold Move-In Day for the Exchange Street Residence Hall on Saturday, Aug. 17. Many of our hard-working, student volunteers who usually help families move-in will be busy with Emerging Leader student training.

Please consider volunteering part of your Saturday to help give these residence hall students and their families a great start to the academic year. You'll work alongside alumni and other employee volunteers to greet students, place their belongings into a cart and wheel the cart to the students' room. Those who volunteer via the link below will receive a $20 dining gift card (expires August 26). In addition, your help will make the students' first day on our campus a happy and memorable one.

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Dr. John C. Green
Interim President

Dr. John A. Messina
Vice President for Student Affairs

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Help for students with academic or personal issues

College can be stressful for students as they balance academics with their lives outside of the classroom.

The University has a team of professionals ready to help students experiencing:

  • academic issues (missed assignments; poor grades on exams, assignments and projects; repeated absences from class, etc.),
  • mental health issues (depression, anxiety, substance dependence, etc.),
  • financial issues, and/or
  • personal problems (relationships, social contentedness, roommate compatibility, homesickness, etc.)

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