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Upper Years Students - Secure your chance to move into the residence halls early this fall!

Contributed by Samantha Elebiary on 05/02/21 

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Will you be returning to Ithaca in the fall as an off-campus student or living in the residence halls? Do you want to help welcome other new and returning students to campus? Are you part of a group of students that will be arriving to campus early? Do you want to get settled in early this fall, and beat the rush of the rest of the upper years students moving into the residence halls???

If you join the move-in crew you’ll be able to move in early on Monday, August 16th, in order to help with move-in the rest of the week from the 17th-20th. You will be required to attend a training the evening on Monday, August 16th, in order to participate (exact time and location will be confirmed this summer). The dining halls will be available to all who volunteer beginning on Monday, August 16th.

If you are a member of a student organization or athletic team (club, varsity, JV, or rec sports), your group can all work during the same shift and talk with our new students about becoming involved in your organization! This is also a great volunteer activity to add to your resume!

By following the link below, you can register for the move-in crew. Once the schedule has been solidified, you will be contacted to sign up for the specific shift(s) that works for your schedule. Please register by Friday, May 14th, at 5pm.

If you have any questions or requests for accommodations, please contact Sam Elebiary at

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