Move-In Day Information for Students & Parents

August 29th, 2011 by Adam

Plymouth State University is proud to say that student Move In is still scheduled for Tuesday, August 30. Student volunteers will be available beginning at 8:30 a.m. to assist with unpacking cars and vans. Signs will be posted to help direct vehicles and campus and local police may also be present to help guide traffic.

Due to this week’s storm activity it is important that vehicles be moved immediately after unloading. Drivers will be directed to an appropriate campus parking lot and a PSU shuttle will return drivers to campus.

If you have questions in the morning, please call the Residence Life Office at (603) 535-2260.

We appreciate your flexibility in accommodating this revised move in schedule. Our ultimate concern is for the safety of our campus community, including students and parents.

Looking forward to an enlightening academic year!

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