MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — There are still boxes to unpack and rooms to organize but thousands of West Virginia University students made it into what will turn out to be their homes for the next several months without any major problems Friday.
Move-in day had its regular headaches but there were a lot of volunteers to help students and their families get things into the residence halls.
“The key thing is to have some patience, bring a moving cart and have some good walking shoes,” WVU Dean of Students Corey Farris said.
The university expects freshmen enrollment numbers to be close to 5,000 students.
Classes begin at WVU Monday morning with the 20th annual FallFest scheduled for Monday night.