Oshkosh, Wis. (WFRV) While most people are taking it easy this labor day weekend, that's not the case for students at UW-Oshkosh and their families.
Sunday was move-in day for incoming freshmen and transfer students.
Move in began at 9 a.m. and the university had teams of faculty and staff on hand to help parents and students.
University officials say students will see several new changes around campus this year, including a new dorm called the Horizon Village.
It's a state of the art building that will give more than 300 students a place to call home, and will help the environment at the same time.
"It's got geo-thermal energy that's helping sustain it," Director of Public Relations Alex Hummel says. "It's got a green-roof. It's made of building materials that are going to get it certified for U.S. Green Building Council status."
Upperclassmen will be able to move into the new dorm on Monday.