By Brennan Scarborough
On Friday at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, students were unloading cars and fill up their dorms during the third day of college move-ins.
“It’s been going very well. Students, their guests, parents, and families have all really liked the process that we are doing,” UWSP marketing and event coordinator with residential living Danielle Rosene said.
Students began moving in on campus on Wednesday. UWSP made it their goal to practice social distancing between the families. So instead of the normal two-day process for moving students in, the college has given students a two-hour time slot over the course of the week.
“They really appreciate all the work that we did and the time we did to really think of all the little details to make sure that everybody was going to be safe and well. Also, make it as best of an experience as we can with the pandemic,” Rosene added.
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