Students made their way back to UW-Green Bay.
Volunteers helped 700 new students move in and get acquainted with living on campus.
The university said another 300 returning students were expected to move in, as well.
Gail Sims-Aubert is the director of residence life. She said it's always an adjustment moving to campus, but UW-Green Bay gives students the opportunity to feel right at home.
"We provide a great community opportunity and experience for our students. And I think that time and time again, our students find that they very much enjoy living here," said Sims-Aubert.
UW-Green Bay said nearly two thousand students live on campus each year.