MILWAUKEE – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students moving into the residence halls Monday.
More than 3,000 students from 31 different states and 46 different countries will be living in UWM’s 5 dorm buildings.
Classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 6th. Move-in began at 7:30 a.m. but times were staggered to prevent the garage and elevators from getting too packed.
There aren’t any COVID-19 restrictions. Vaccines and masks aren’t required. Testing will be available for anyone who questions their status. The halls are mostly full but the university left a few rooms open in case students need to quarantine.