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Move-In Information

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Living on campus is more than just a place to sleep and study. It connects you the pulse of campus life by exposing you to:

  • Residential community programs
  • Support of student and professional Residential Life staff
  • Opportunities to meet people that will be your friends for life
  • Employment and leadership opportunities

The Move-In Process has been designed to be as seamless as possible. Here is a snapshot of the steps that will take place for a successful move-in:

  1. Students/Family Arrive
  2. Park in Designated Lots
  3. Swipe Student ID
  4. Unload Vehicle
  5. Proceed to Assigned Hall
  6. Receive Keys
  7. Take Belongings to Room

Move-In Date and Times

New & Transfer Students: Thursday, August 10, 2017 7:00 am - 12:00 p.m. (volunteers available to help)
Returning Students: Thursday, August 10, 2017 1:30 pm - 5:30 p.m. (volunteers available to help)

Drop & Go

We realize that it's more convenient for some students to move their belongings on a weekend.  Drop & Go is designed to serve that purpose. With Drop & Go, you will be allowed to park close to your assigned hall and move your items in. This will also give you a chance to make your room more comfortable. You will not be allowed to stay during Drop & Go. To ensure the safety of your items, hall staff will take pictures of the room before you turn in the key and depart. You will be able to move-in on Move-In Day, but just think...you will avoid the stress of having to move-in all your items.

Please contact Residential Life for Drop & Go dates.

Move-In Guide

Please review the Move-In Guide for more information about room assignments, roommate tips, what to pack, and where to park.  You can also review and print the Move-In Day campus map for parking instructions.

 
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