ASHLAND, Ore. -- Freshmen moved into their dorms Thursday at Southern Oregon University.
Several check-in points were outside the dorms, minimizing the lines for students to recieve their key, and other materials.
Students say they are both excited and nervous.
"I’m really nervous that classes are going to be way harder in college than they were in high school," freshman nursing major Valeria Stefanakis said. "They always say an 'A' student in high school is like a 'B' or 'C' student in college."
As these new students start their new chapter, parents are too.
"It’s sad for parents," Steve Satnick, an new empty nester said. "We love having her around but we’re mostly excited for her. It seems like a great place to go to school."
Classes start on Monday.