The Catholic University of America

Aug. 26, 2010

Nearly 1,000 New CUA Students Welcomed to Campus

Nearly 1,000 new students moved in to their residence halls today at Catholic University. The students got settled, met their roommates and collected their college IDs. In the afternoon, President John H. Garvey will formally welcome the students and their parents to Catholic University.

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Patrick Gilfoil, a computer science major from St. Louis, Mo., unpacks his belongings on move-in day. He is following in his brother’s footsteps by coming to CUA, and looking forward to all the new experiences college will have to offer.
Dominic Grillo from Volcano, Calif., picks up his student ID in the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center.
Orientation advisers Rachelle Cecala, Sarah Toler, Suzie Saric and Claudia Porcello are ready to check in new students.
Gabby Bryant (middle) from Potomac, Md., greets her new suite-mates, twin sisters Kaitlin (left) and Brittany Ekert (right), from Massapequa, N.Y. Bryant chose to come to CUA because she was impressed by the architecture program. She is looking forward to starting college and being on her own.


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