Welcome Home, DeGroote: A Welcome Week ’22 Recap

September 1, 2022 | Hamilton, ON
Contributed by DeGroote Greensuits

Welcome home, DeGroote! The newest cohort of students at DeGroote brought vibrancy and excitement to the McMaster University campus during Welcome Week ’22.

Incoming students received a transition and orientation experience to help get them prepared for university life. Our familiar group of upper-year students in green jumpsuits, known as the Greensuits, were instrumental in shaping the experience for students. The first in-person Welcome Week for many, they brought unparalleled energy to the week.

When surveyed, the incoming cohort told us they were most looking forward to meeting new people. We’re happy you’re with us and we’re so glad to meet you!


Monday, August 29

 

Tuesday, August 30

Wednesday, August 31

Students standing in a circle outdoors playing basketball. One student is jumping in the air to catch the ball. Students sitting around a game of giant jenga outdoors
Students playing blackjack at a casino table Group of students posing in a photobooth with gold curtains behind them
Students dancing in a crowd outdoors at night Students dancing in a crowd outdoors at night

 

Thursday, September 1

Students lying in a line face down on the ground in a grassy field, ready for a new game of dodgeball Students running to the centre of a grassy field, picking up balls for a game of dodgeball
Students playing with inflatable joust game during Welcome Week Carnival Student running through a colourful inflatable obstacle course during the Welcome Week Carnival
Student throwing ball at dunk tank during the Welcome Week Carnival Group of students wearing sunglasses posing for a photo in the photobooth during the Welcome Week Carnival

 

*Undergraduate Welcome Week ’22 photography provided by Greensuits Kate Marchetti and Ishan Kaushal

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