Each year, The University of New Mexico holds an event known as Fall Frenzy, where hundreds of students cleanup across campus the week before Homecoming. This year’s Fall Frenzy is set for Friday, Sept. 21.
Campus beautifying projects include raking leaves, planting flowers and trees, laying mulch, recycling materials, and generally beautifying the UNM campus. Volunteers work for three hours and then meet back near the Duck Pond for a celebration luncheon picnic with prizes, games, and great food.
The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, Sept. 18. To sign up, visit The Community Experience.
Fall Frenzy schedule
9:15 a.m. - Check-in at The Cactus Garden (across from the Duck Pond by Zimmerman Library)
- Assign community service projects, distribute t-shirts, and hear welcome announcements
- Breakfast: Bagels and goodies
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. - Community Service Projects
- Report to Various Sites Around UNM and volunteer
1 p.m. - Celebration Picnic
For more information, visit Fall Frenzy.