Potomac State Move-In Day Highlights

The Fall 2015 semester kicks off with classes Monday, Aug. 17th.  “Welcome to Campus” activities will continue throughout the next two weeks. For further information, visit www.potomacstatecollege.edu

 Potomac State Move-In Day
Pictured is Theodore Evans, right, a recent graduate of Southern High School, Oakland, Md., who plans to study Agriculture Education. Helping him move into his residence hall are his mother, Sherri and brother, Trenton Evans.
 Potomac State Move-In Day

Pictured moving his belongings into his residence hall is Dalton Lantz, a freshman majoring in psychology, from Glen Dale, W.Va. Lending a helping hand is Ann Vogler.

Potomac State Move-In Day

Pictured center is Alexis Book, a sophomore, pre-veterinary medicine major, from Cumberland, Md. Book is graduated from Allegany High School. Helping her move into her residence hall are her father, Jim, and sisters, Bekah and Emily.

 Potomac State Move-In Day

Buying her books and school supplies from the Campus Book Store are Student Rebecca (Raven) Haines, second from left, and her parents, Robin and John Haines. Raven, a graduate of Hampshire High School, from Capon Bridge, W.Va., plans to major in pre-nursing. Also pictured is Cashier Emily Simpson, a PSC alumna, from Keyser, W.Va.

Potomac State Move-In Day

Enjoying the “Family Farewell Picnic on the Quad” after moving into his residence hall is Jerrod Green, far right, a North Hagerstown High School graduate, from Hagerstown, Md. Pictured from left are Darryl Brown; Karmah, Jaughn, Jennifer Green; unidentified family member; Terence Hooper (seated); unidentified family member; Robert Emert; Kaylah and Jordan Green.

 Potomac State Move-In Day

Moving her belongings into her residence hall is Heather Park, left, from Kearneysville, W.Va., who graduated valedictorian from Legacy Christian Academy, in Stephens City, Va. Helping her move is her aunt, Heather Mann.

Potomac State Move-In Day

Resident Assistants Karlie Arter and Stephanie LaPorte enjoy a few minutes of “down time” in between students checking into their resident halls. Arter is a graduate of Mardela High School, from Ocean City, Md., majoring in equine science. LaPorte is a graduate of School Without Walls High School, from Washington, D.C., majoring in psychology.

 Potomac State Move-In Day
Deasah Lee, center, from Morgantown, W.Va., who would ultimately like to major in Speech Pathology, will be a freshman this year. Helping Lee move into her residence hall are her Guardian Kristi DeLeurere, left, a PSC alumna, from Morgantown, and Lee’s grandma, Karen Fazenbaker, from Midlothian, Md.