(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Parents and their new Missouri Western State University students moved items into what will be home for the class of 2023.
Despite the rain Wednesday morning, more than 50 volunteers showed up to help families move their new students in. Also on hand, campus resident assistants that trained for two to three weeks for the move-in event. The reason why Residential Hall Director Amanda Quenemoen says move-in went smoothly this year.
“I was able to handpick each and every RA that I hired and I was able to train them to the best of my ability,” said Quenemoen. “So I have the utmost confidence in the RAs we have not only on staff here but across campus.”
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