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Noticed that the Move-in Day 2009 post was receiving comments, so thought one for 2010 would be helpful…
So far, this is what’s been said:
Still don’t understand why move-in day has to be on a work day. My husband now has to miss it, which is really disappointing. He and our son are very close. I’d appreciate being able to understand how a weekday is chosen for move-in day, if not for my sake, but for future parents. -Mrs4444 (trying to get an “official” response for this, stay tuned see comments)
My brother had no problems at all! Thanks to all the helpful staff. -Donna Giarusso (wonderful!)
Didn’t receive the student help that was promised, but all turned out fine. -Virginia Kersten (sorry to hear that… what building? what time?)
I think it was nice to have that one last full weekend with our daughter and to have the move in day be special. -Emotionalfreedom (very nice)
What are your thoughts?
Everything go smoothly?
Have a concern or question?
How could we make it better for next year?
Let us know by posting a comment below.
“Each August since 1998, Beloit College has released the Beloit College Mindset List. It provides a look at the cultural touchstones that shape the lives of students entering college this fall.”
This special Back-to-School issue of Student Health 101 has some great articles including:
As a service to our families here at UWGB, we are providing an online subscription to Student Health 101 for both your student and yourself. Student Health 101 is a monthly health and wellness magazine just for college students and their parents. Each issue contains valuable information that will help your student make better decisions while in college, and can help you gain a better understanding of the health and wellness challenges that face today’s students.
Each month, we’ll post the latest issue of the parents-only Parent Perspective, along with the Student Health 101 issue that your student will receive. Please take a few minutes to read the issues each month, as we believe that they can be a valuable resource for you and your family.
You can read the current issue of the Parent Perspective online at http://readsh101.com/uwgb-pp.html (please note that this site may expand your browser window so that it may be viewed correctly)
This June issue has some great articles including:
You are also invited to read the accompanying Student Health 101 issue for our students, online at http://readsh101.com/uwgb.html
If you missed it – be sure to read the May issue to learn more about making the most of any job, don’t get burned, staying in shape, and exams women need to pass, online at http://readsh101.com/uwgb.html?id=263446
Best of luck to you and your student this summer!
Counseling and Health Center Staff
Sue Kittelson R.N., Student Health Nurse
UW-Green Bay Counseling and Health Center