On Aug. 27, we welcomed the newest members of the Haverford community, the Class of 2018, to campus. Unlike last year, the sun was out and the weather was warm as swarms of Customs people helped the new students (and their parents) move into their first-year dorms in Tritton, Barclay, Gummere, and HCA.
Move-In Day acts as the official start to Customs, Haverford’s almost-weeklong, student-run new-student orientation program, which always includes Dorm Olympics, a “Trust Walk,” and events with Bi-Co buddies at Bryn Mawr. This year, at the opening night welcome ceremony in Roberts Hall, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Jess Lord undertook the ALS #Icebucketchallenge in honor of the newest cohort of Fords. (Video below.)
Join us in welcoming the Class of 2018 to Haverford!
Jessica Poling ’15 and Rachel James ’16 offer directions near College Lane for incoming first-years and their familes.
Customs people help incoming first-uears move into Tritton Hall.
Students cheer as another new student pulls up to Tritton Hall.
Hannah Klein ’15 and Callie Perrone ’15 help with Tritton Hall move-in.
New students moving into Tritton Hall.
Students take a break from lugging luggage in the lounge at Tritton Hall.
Noah Quinn ’18 gets settled into his room in Tritton Hall.
The Customs team helps new students move into their dorms.
Customs people check in members of the Class of 2018 at Non-Academic Registration.
Customs people navigate Gummere’s stairwells to help the first-years move in.
Helping new Gummere residents move into their rooms.
President Dan Weiss and the Haverford Black Squirrel welcome new students in Founders Hall.
Haverford alums dropping off their children for their first day of College gathered with their new Fords on the Cricket Pavilion steps .
Jay Soled ’85 with wife Amy Soled and daughter Amanda Soled ’18.