LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Students at Indiana University Southeast started moving in to their living quarters for the school year on Thursday.
First year and transfer students moved into their dorms this morning. School officials say on campus housing is completely full at IUS. Students aren't the only ones who are ready to start the new year.
"It's a very exciting time on campus it's exciting for them but it's also exciting for the professors and the staff here," said IUS Chancellor Ray Wallace. "We're about to start a new academic year and it's great to have all these new students."
Wallace says plans are already being made to add more on campus housing, within the next two years.
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