Volunteers are needed for Wednesday, August 31, Thursday, September 1, and Friday, September 2, 2022!

Register to volunteer by Monday, August 1, 2022.

Volunteer for Move-In Team

Move-In Team provides current Rutgers students and organizations the opportunity to welcome new students to campus. Benefits include:

  • Student organizations that register 10+ of their members to participate may receive a monetary donation.
  • Greek organizations that register 10+ of their members to participate may choose between a monetary donation or hours counted towards community service/volunteering.
  • Move-In Team volunteers can move into their on-campus residence hall, room, suite, or apartment early.
  • All Move-In Team volunteers will receive a free t-shirt.

Please note, volunteers are needed for Wednesday, August 31, Thursday, September 1, and Friday, September 2, 2022Register today!

About Move-In Team

“Move-In” refers to the process of students moving into their on-campus residence hall, usually for the first time. First-Year Student Move-In and Transfer Student Move-In typically occur during the first week of September.

Because Rutgers University–New Brunswick is one of the largest residential student campuses in the country, this process can sometimes feel overwhelming for new students and their families. That’s where Move-In Team comes in! 

Move-In Team volunteers welcome students to campus, promote school spirit, and assist with moving belongings. The team is comprised of individual student volunteers and volunteers from a variety of clubs, fraternities, and sororities. 

Contact reslife_operations@echo.rutgers.edu to learn more about Move-In Team.

Move-In Team Q&A

What’s a Move-In Team? 

With every move-in day at Rutgers comes a Move-In Team: a team of students from clubs, fraternities, and sororities, as well as individual student volunteers, that work with each other to greet and assist incoming students and their families. The Move-In Team as we currently know it has existed since 2013. Prior to that, there was a smaller “Move-In Crew” …Keep Reading