Michigan State University's campus returns to life Sunday and Monday when new and returning arrive in East Lansing for the start of the 2013-14 school year.
First-year students will begin moving in at 8 a.m. Sunday, while returning students move in Monday.
More than 200 volunteers are helping 3,000 employees settle freshmen into their new homes.
Classes are set to begin Wednesday.
The incoming freshman class, although a bit smaller than a year ago, represents perhaps one of the most academically talented and diverse freshman cohorts ever to enter MSU, said admissions director James Cotter.
Although a final enrollment count will not be available until late September, university officials anticipate approximately 7,800 freshmen.
Joining the new student population at MSU in the fall will be more than 1,500 transfer students arriving from both two- and four-year institutions from across the state and around the world.
News Ten's Lorne Fultonberg will bring you the sights and sounds of move-in day tonight on News 10 at Six.