KGMI News Reporting
By Mike Curtiss
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – More than 4,000 students will move into the residence halls at Western Washington University this weekend.
Western spokesperson Paul Cocke says people who live near the university should be prepared for the influx of students.
He says Western’s student government works hard to teach students how to be good neighbors.
The first day of fall quarter classes is Wednesday.
About 70 percent of students living in campus residence halls will be new to WWU.
They will be introduced to campus with a welcoming ceremony and a fireworks display on Tuesday.