Wilmington, N.C. – The University of North Carolina at Wilmington reopened to students Sunday, after evacuating for Hurricane Dorian.



The university issued a mandatory evacuation last Tuesday for all students.

Classes will resume Monday morning.

Students moving in say they just wanted to get it over with.

"We were trying to beat the rush and it's very hard to find parking as you see there is very limited spots and everyone parks on the sides. I just wanted to get here and get my stuff moved in so I could park, and focus on moving back in," said freshman Mackenzie Jones and Sarah Taylor.

The university did say some rooms were damaged due to water intrusion, but the damage is nothing like what was sustained during Hurricane Florence.



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