Yellow carts darted across Kean’s campus on Wednesday, August 30, as incoming freshmen moved in with some help from family and friends.
Freshman Jessmarie Torres of Union (pictured) was accompanied by her dad and some future cougars, her two younger siblings, on Move-In Day.
“Kean was the campus where I felt the most comfortable. It was close to home too,” said Jessmarie.
Jessmarie plans to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and eventually enter a Physician Assistant Master’s program.
Kean University is home to nearly 2,000 resident students. Kean’s residence halls were recently ranked number three in the state by Niche.com.
Niche.com’s 2017 Best College Dorms ranking is based on statistics and student reviews. Top-ranked colleges offer outstanding campus housing that is safe and clean with modern amenities at reasonable prices.