From August 29 to September 1, Air Frosh One took froshies across sand, foam, terraces and dance floors to initiate their McGill experience. Air Frosh One, the Management Undergraduate Society’s welcome weekend for first year BCom students, went to new heights in providing froshies with some of the craziest days of their lives.
This year’s management frosh saw the highest participation in history at 528 participants, representing 83 percent of the incoming class. MUS Frosh coordinators had to increase the capacity from 500 to handle the high demand. The previous record for frosh participants was 450, which represented 71 percent of the incoming class.
Record levels of sponsorship allowed for Air Frosh One to make a significant profit, according to Sean Finnell, MUS VP Engagement. Corporate partners including Varcity 515, Brutopia, Desjardins, SOS Tutoring and more than a dozen food sponsors made it possible for Air Frosh One to charge $130 per froshie, down from $135 last year, while still achieving record profits.