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Welcome Freshmen-----The Whole Campus Was Ready
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At the beginning of September, a happy atmosphere circled the whole campus of SCUN. All the teachers and students were well-prepared to welcome the freshmen of 2012.

 

Until the afternoon of September 4th, everything about welcoming freshmen was ready. The tents used for freshmen to handle admission procedures were put up and roads traffic signs were posted. And welcome banners could be seen everywhere in campus. What’s more, relevant people and buses were assigned to meet freshmen at three railway stations of Hankou, Wuchang and Wuhan.

 

September 5th and 6th were the days when new students formally registered to enter the university. But actually, some new students came to register in advance on the afternoon of September 4th. On September 5th and 6th, freshmen reception areas of every college were in good order to provide warm and considerate service. In spite of this, many other relevant functional departments such as Security Dept, Students Administration Dept and Communist Youth League Committee, also established enquiry points to provide convenience for new students and their parents. Moreover, love packages and consolation money that together worth 240,000 Yuan were especially prepared for those students whose family was poor.

 

During the two welcoming days, the lecture hall, gymnasium and the 3A apartment of the North Students Apartment were opened all day for parents to have a rest. Summer sleeping mats, pillows and towels were distributed to new students’ parents. They could get the bed number by ID cards and relevant identifications. Besides, the Second Canteen and the North Canteen were opened 24 hours, to offer convenience to new students and parents’ lives.

 

Different from former years, online welcome system was first used this year, which greatly simplified the process of registering and improved work efficiency. In addition, the proportion of deducting tuition through the bank was further improved, thus allaying the pressure of cash payments.

 

When asked about the feeling of the start of the new semester, a freshman said, “I’m feeling relaxed since the admission procedures were much simpler than I had expected before. The services were considerate and the volunteers helped me a lot.”

 

Totally speaking, the work of welcoming freshmen of 2012 was successfully ended. The South Central University for Nationalities welcomes them.

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