Hundreds of new students moved into the dorms at California State University, Stanislaus (CSUS) on Saturday with the help of local community organizations, non-profit groups, and CSUS students from both fraternities and sororities alike.
Kappa Sigma, a fraternity at CSUS, helped moved in over 250 students during the Dorm Move-In Day. Kappa Sigma, who stayed for the entire event from 8am to 5pm, had a total of 47 brothers present throughout the duration of the day.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to provide service to these new and returning students to CSU Stanislaus,” stated Kappa Sigma member Anthony Harguindeguy, a 20 year old Junior at the University. “We are able to provide a warm and friendly welcome while making sure their transition from home to the dorms is perfect.”
Harguindeguy reported that Kappa Sigma participates in the Dorm Move-In Day on an annual basis, and look forward to it all summer.
Erin Moses posted on the CSU Stanislaus facebook, “You all made it so easy. We just pulled up and the stuff was brought right up to the room. I thought we’d have to make a few trips. Thank you for making it painless!”
Thousands of CSUS students started their fall semester on Wednesday, August 22nd.
For more information regarding California State University Stanislaus, please visit www.csustan.edu.