It's that time of year where UK students will start unloading their belongings, into the place they will call their temporary home.
"I'm really excited, but I am kind of nervous because it's a totally new environment for me, but mostly excited," Freshman Sarah Cohen said.
Saturday was move-in day for select groups of students, including sorority recruitment and marching band.
International and BCTC students, along with those involved in STEMCats, FastTrack, and orientation moved in.
"It's really easy. They directed traffic really well with the UK Police. The carts are amazing and the elevators are big enough to accommodate for that, " Freshman Jason Flynn said.
UK Police say in order for the moving process to go as smooth as possible, they have around 30 officers out around campus directing traffic and letting people know where to go.
UK staff were also on hand Saturday morning, helping unload and watching out for students belongings.
All other students will be moving in within the next week.