Emory College students volunteer to help freshmen move in on Move-In Day
Emory President Claire E. Sterk poses with a group of student volunteers
Emory College Dean Elliott poses with Emory staff members helping students move in
A student volunteer carries various items into a dormitory to help a student move in
Students sit on the grass, waiting for their turn to take their things inside
A new student checks in with student volunteers for Move-In Day
A student volunteer in a yellow t-shirt helps two students move in by rolling items in a large cart
Four student volunteers take a minute to strike a pose and share their excitement
Several students and parents pose around a sculpture that says the word Emory
Students walk past welcome signs, carrying bins
A group of students and parents pose with President Sterk and Provost McBride
President Sterk talks with students in the dining hall
Two students hold up their Coke Toast cokes for a photo
Students hold up various cokes for the Coke Toast
President Claire E. Sterk raises a coke and says a toast for the Coke Toast
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Photos: Emory College Move-In Day

Aug. 27, 2018

Emory College's Class of 2022 arrived on campus Saturday, Aug. 25, for Move-In Day. Enthusiastic volunteers greeted new students and carried their belongings into residence halls.

President Claire Sterk was on hand to greet families, help students move in and lead the beloved Coca-Cola Toast, a favorite tradition welcoming each new class to Emory.

Photos by Emory Photo/Video