Move In By The Numbers

Move In By The Numbers

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Number of residence halls at UNH.

29 (including Woodside and The Gables)cartoon of UNH Move in family

Date first students arrive on campus.

8/2 (football team)

Number of students moving in for first-year Move In.

2,940

Number of years that incoming students have patted the cat.

4

Number of years that incoming students have patted the cat under the threat of a hurricane.

1 (It was sunny. The hurricane never came.)

Number of meals served at the First-Year Picnic.

1,900

Number of pounds of chicken breast served at the picnic.

250

Bonus dining fact! The number of gallons of milk UNH Dining uses every day.

400

Number of wireless access points on campus.

1,343

Number of total items sold in the 2011 giant Trash2Treasure yard sale.

10,000

Number of shower caddies at the 2011 giant Trash2Treasure yard sale.

200  (There were also 120 couches, 100 sets of bed risers and more than 100 television sets!)

How long the farthest student travelled. 

10,066 miles (Australia!)

How short the closest student travelled.

.5 mile (Durham)

Number of wonderful volunteers who are helping with Move In day this year.

240 (90 residence hall students are volunteering PLUS 150 or so Resident Advisors.)

Compiled by Erika Mantz | Director of Media Relations and Bridget Finnegan | Director of New and Emerging Media.

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