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ASU move-in day "a little overwhelming"

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT)- It's move-in day for Arkansas State University freshmen as students get ready to start their first semester as Red Wolves.

Saturday marks the beginning for incoming freshmen at ASU. Most students admitted they were excited and a bit overwhelmed.

"Sometimes it's a bit overwhelming but I'm ready to be a Red Wolf and I'm ready for classes to

Mize said she plans to major in chemistry but is also considering a double major.

"This year, really I just want to make new friends, meet new people and make good grades, just study and learn," she said. 

Emily Peters, a sophomore also in the Honors College was on hand to welcome students and help them get acclimated.

"I think they were overwhelmed with so many people trying to help them getting them to their rooms," Peters said. "We're just really excited getting to help people move in and sign them up for HCA and hopefully get them started on getting involved this year."

Peters said as an officer in the Honors College, she's ready to make the new students feel welcomed.   

"I really want to be able to put on a lot of events and get people to come down and join in and just have a great year," she said.

Classes for all students begin on Monday.

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