Students Visit Low Country to Build Home

Some very special students are spending time in the Low Country this week. Fifteen students from Villanova University in Philadelphia will be in Bluffton, building a house for Habitat for Humanity. Instead of going to the beach, this is how they're spending their spring break.

"It's just a good experience, good way to help people out and we decided we'd rather spend our break doing something good for someone else," student Kathleen Gruzo.

The students will be in Bluffton through the end of this week. Most of them have worked with Habitat for Humanity before.

Reported by: Chris Cowperthwaite,