Armed with boxes, mini refrigerators, pillows and other items, incoming freshmen officially moved into their dorms on the University of Mount Olive campus Saturday morning.
But this move-in day wasn’t “traditional.”
Students underwent a health screening that included a temperature check and questionnaire upon their arrival.
Parents helped unload cars and trucks in the parking lots, but remained outside while the students carried belongings to their dorm rooms.
Of course, everyone wore a mask.
EDITOR'S NOTE: For complete details about the move-in and protocols put in place for the students' safety and well-being, please see the Aug. 26 edition of the Mount Olive Tribune.