Put a little muscle behind placing ‘students first’
Aug. 20 is Residence Hall Move-in Day. Accompanied by a picnic, the event is sponsored by the Office of the President to welcome students and their families to campus and help move the student’s belongings into their rooms.
As the majority of students arrive between noon and 4 p.m., volunteers are needed during these hours particularly. Tasks include helping students move into the halls, serving lunch and working the information tables.
Student athletes will be available for a period of time that afternoon, but a strong showing of faculty and staff to help move students to their rooms would be impressive and appreciated. Individuals with physical limitations may still be able to help carry items such as pillows and lighter items.
Volunteers are asked to wear a red MSU T-shirt or polo shirt and report to either Cook or McCulloch Hall any time between noon and 4 p.m. The MSU Bookstore has red polo shirts available for purchase.
This is a wonderful opportunity for the campus community to come together and show that Minot State University does put students first. Further information will be distributed to volunteers prior to Aug. 20.