SUNY Canton Students Move In
Classes begin at 8 a.m. Monday, August 22, at SUNY Canton.
More than 1,300 students have moved into SUNY Canton’s residence halls for the Fall 2011 semester. Shown are students and their families moving belongings to one of the College’s five residence halls.
Eric J. Cline, an air conditioning engineering technology major from Long Island sets up his single room in SUNY Canton’s brand new Grasse River Suites. Cline plays soccer with the Kangaroos men’s soccer team.
Andrew M. Gray helps his daughter Cassandra A. Gray, a second-year veterinary technology student from Watertown, move into SUNY Canton’s brand new Grasse River Suites. Cassandra plays volleyball at the College, and was one of approximately 90 student athletes to move into recently completed building on Sunday, August 14.
Stefany D. Ibarra, a first-year health and fitness promotion student from Queens, puts her belongings away in SUNY Canton’s brand new Grasse River Suites. Ibarra plays soccer with the Kangaroos women’s soccer team and was one of the first student athletes allowed to move into the new residence hall.
Samuel J. Johnson, a third-year business administration student from Syracuse, sets up his room in SUNY Canton’s new Grasse River Suites. Johnson is an orientation leader at the college, and one of the first students back on campus for the Fall 2011 semester.
Michael P. Romano, a first-year mechanical engineering technology major from Baldwinsville moves his belongings into SUNY Canton’s Heritage Residence Hall. New this year, students are allowed to have one microwave per room in addition to the traditional small refrigerator.
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