The First Four kicked off for incoming freshmen beginning with the Aug. 27 move-in day.
Families from various states came to Eastern Michigan University to help out with the move-in process and familiarize themselves with the local area.
The new students had plenty of help from returning students who volunteered.
Over the course of the four-day program, new students toured the campus and participated in different events such as the annual Fajita Fest.
The event featured several different student organizations who manned tables full of information and free goodies.
A student capoeira group, a Brazilian art form that combines music, dance and martial arts, dazzled the crowd as they performed to lively music.
The First Four festivities wrapped up on Tuesday, right before the busy semester begins.
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