GREEN BAY - College campuses are starting to welcome some new faces.
More than 600 incoming freshman are calling the UW-Green Bay residence halls home this year.
Thursday they moved in with the help of campus volunteers.
It's a big change not only for the students, but also for their parents.
“Yeah we'll be empty nesters as of tomorrow so that's gonna kind of be a new experience,” said Steve Stanislawski of Milwaukee.
Nearly 2,000 students will live on the UWGB campus this year out of the nearly 6,000 who are registered for classes.
Classes start Tuesday.
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