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Move In Weekend Update

By on August 26, 2011 1:41 pm

Students:

 

The countdown is almost over………..Move In Weekend is here!!!

 

As you know from our status updates on Facebook, Twitter, email and our website, we have continuously monitored and watched the weather, its patterns and the weekend forecast and will continue doing so. On Thursday, we announced Move In Day will follow the regular schedule.

 

We are excited to announce this decision holds true as of Friday, August 26, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. Move In Weekend will follow the regular schedule. You can view the schedule: http://www.peace.edu/content/page/id/1150

 

Should anything change, we will post notices on our website (www.peace.edu).

 

We encourage everybody to stay safe, and understand there are areas of the country that are under different conditions than Raleigh. If you are unable to arrive and move in on campus during the Saturday schedule (Class of 2015), based on weather and conditions in your area of residence or feel uncomfortable doing so, you may move in on Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the Main Parlor.

 

If it is not safe for you to travel to Raleigh for Move In Weekend, please contact Sheri Keasler at 919-508-2004 to make arrangements.

 

Thank you!

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