Move-In Fall 2011 Photo Gallery

August 7, 2011

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The NC State campus roared back to life with the return of the Wolfpack last weekend. Thousands of students, accompanied by family and friends, moved into residence halls for the fall semester.

Photo Gallery

Sign of the times: move-in days. Traffic backs up along Cates Avenue as students and parents unload vehicles by Owen and Turlington residence halls. Fathers and sons make the long walk from the Reynolds Coliseum parking deck to the Tri-Towers. A mother unloads the family SUV. University Housing workers deliver a Gator and trailer load of residence hall belongings for an incoming freshman. Armed with new goodies from the book store, a student heads to his room in Bagwell Residence Hall. Although it's just a part of practice, drummers from the marching band serenade students as they move in to nearby residence halls. Sororities and fraternities assist students during move-in. A dad wrestles his son's bike from the roof of the family SUV. A mom and dad take the scenic route around Tucker Residence Hall. Members of the Providence College Ministry assist students as they move into their residence halls on Friday. A freshman and his mother get his room number from the residence mentor outside Owen. Fraternities and sororities assist students moving into their residence halls. Transportation worker Michael Edwards tells a mother where she can park after unloading her student. Student loads up her arms for another trip from car to residence hall during Friday move-in. Owen Hall resident mentor Sarah Nilson directs an incoming freshman and his parents to his room. Friends get re-aquainted during move-in. Sororities and fraternities wait to help students move in to their residence halls. Student and parents break down a cardboard box in the middle of Cates Ave. University Housing worker speeds towards the next delivery of dorm goods during move-in on Friday. Owen Hall resident advisor Will Berrier (right) gives instructions to an incoming freshman as he moves into his new home for the next nine months. Dad Greg Bobeng sets up the new computer for son, Matthew, as mom Janet takes care of some details in the freshman's new Owen dorm room. The Bobengs are from Charlotte. A dad takes care of some business on the phone while hauling his student's belongings to their new residence hall. University Housing workers head off to make their next dorm delivery. Sign warns drives along Dan Allen Drive that the area is reserved for Father and son do some heavy lifting as they head to Owen Residence Hall. Christin James gets help arranging her Sullivan Hall furniture from her family and student volunteers. Amber Perk takes a break on the stairs of Bragaw Hall during move-in. Deanna La moves heavy boxes into Bragaw Hall. Bragaw Hall welcomed new students during the weekend move-in. Christin James, back left, and her mother get some move-in help from Delta Gamma members. Parents and students moved furniture and accessories into Sullivan Hall. Sullivan Hall was a hub of move-in activity Friday afternoon. New Sullivan residents move carpet into their rooms. The student move-in process continued throughout the weekend. Incoming Sullivan Hall residents checked in and received their room keys before unloading their vehicles. Student volunteers were at the ready throughout the weekend to distribute room keys and assist incoming students with their move. Jared Demorat, right, and Matt Frank get their basketball goal up and running in Lee Hall. Jesse Paschall, right, a third-generation engineering major from Grand Rapids, Michigan, gets move-in help from Campus Crusade for Christ members. The parking lot for Lee Hall was full of move-in activity throughout the weekend. Students head for Lee Hall with another round of boxes. Students continued to move into Bragaw Hall Saturday afternoon. Parents and students moved their belongings into the dorms throughout the weekend.