BLUFFTON -- New and returning students at Bluffton College should be able to run most of their school-related errands at College Hall for the first week of school.
The college will have a one-stop center set up where students can return forms, pay bills, ask questions, discuss class schedules, obtain the photo for their student identification cards, register for parking permits, inquire about campus jobs, and take care of long-distance phone and voice mail.
When students arrive Friday, Bluffton College football players dressed in their team jerseys will help families move students into residence halls.
Classes begin Aug. 27.
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