It was a big day on campus at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi: freshman move-in day.
Faculty, staff and student volunteers were busy helping freshman students move into their new homes on campus at the Camden Miramar Apartments.
As he has done in the past, University President Flavius Killebrew was also on hand to greet the incoming students and their families.
"It's good that they can get in and get settled," Killebrew said. "Some of them can participate in our Aloha Days. That's also starting this afternoon, which is an orientation camp."
"I'm pretty excited. A little nervous. A little bit of everything actually," incoming freshman Kyle Rylance said. "But I'm really looking forward to it, and I think it's going to be a great time coming to college here."
This year's incoming freshman class will be close to 1,800; a jump of almost 300 from last year.
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