Students are finding out how to cram into a jump starter package after the College Pack was canceled last week.
College Pack student group organizer David Miller said he was working with the school to make sure everyone was prepared to make the jump.
“We want everyone to be prepared to jump on the first day of classes,” Miller said.
Miller said that the jump start program was not canceled by the university, but rather the student body chose not to use the program.
“The college and university don’t need to cancel the program, they can just cancel the student government program and we’ll still have it,” Miller told FOX News.
Miller explained the jump starts are being used in conjunction with the new student government elections in 2019.
Miller believes the jump starters are meant to give students a taste of the new campus life they are about to enter.
Miller told FOX Sports he hopes students are able to make their jump start plans.
“I think it’s great that we are able [to have a jump start], and I hope people are able,” Miller continued.
Miller hopes that students can be confident in jumping on the jump starting line in the fall, or possibly the spring semester, after the college pack was canceled.
The jump starter packages are available at schools throughout the state.
Students can pick up the jump-start package online and then bring it to their school’s drop-in center.
Students have until June 22 to get their packages.
The college pack has been a popular option for students who have to jump start on their own.
Many students use the college packs to start their own business, or they use them to help pay for college.
In 2016, students at the University of Connecticut signed up to be the jumpstart package’s first jumpers.
In 2017, students also began getting jump start packages.