You'd think college students would be too busy to think about others during this time of year: They have so much to think about, what with final exams and all. But for this group of college kids, that is not so!
Dial-a-Carol is a student-run holiday program that started at the University of Illinois in 1960. Students in a dorm called Snyder Hall host the caroling tradition each year.
WATCH: See Christa Dubill dial up a holiday carol in the video player above!
Dial up your own holiday cheer!
- Call (217) 332-1882 and request a holiday tune to be sung over the telephone.
- The program runs through midnight during finals week.
- It's free!
- Last year students sang more than 6,800 carols to callers from all over the world. They had reached 15,000 carols by Dec. 16