Cedarville University resident director and resident assistants help students move into dorms. Photo credit: Scott L. Huck/Cedarville University
by Kaitlyn Coughlin, Public Relations Writer
August 22, 2012
Cedarville University welcomed new and returning students to campus on August 17-19 through its Getting Started Weekend.
The weekend included orientation sessions for new students and parents, helping students make the transition to the University. This year Cedarville welcomed the third largest freshman class in its history.
During these move-in days, hundreds of returning students and staff members helped the new students move into their dorms. Even Cedarville University President William E. Brown, Ph.D., helped students unload their cars.
Often referred to as one of the most memorable experiences students have at Cedarville, Getting Started Weekend was a hit once again.
Classes began for most students on Wednesday, August 22.
Watch this WDTN TV clip for highlights from Getting Started Weekend.
Town doubles in size with move-in day