PUEBLO — Wednesday was move-in day at CSU Pueblo.
Students from all over the county are filling the dorms for the fall semester.
Before they could move in, students had to go through a COVID-19 medical screening to make sure they were healthy.
"I'm really nervous. I'm afraid I'm not going to make friends cause of the pandemic and we are not going to have in-person classes except for my lab, so I'm really nervous for that," freshman Skyla Yoho said.
Starting Monday, students and staff will switch to a COVID-19 self-reporting model. Visitors will continue to go through medical screenings.