New Residential Students
The designated check-in day for first-year students is Wednesday, August 23, 2017. All students who wish to move into the residence halls before this date must be required to arrive early by a student organization or University department and have their name submitted for approval to Residence Life and Housing.
Returning Residential Students
We are glad you will be living on campus again this year. Returning students may check-in between 9 AM and 5 PM on Friday, August 25 or Saturday, August 26, 2017.
If extenuating circumstances require an early arrival, you must request permission, in writing, to email@example.com by Friday, August 11, 2017. No students will be allowed to check in prior to the scheduled dates unless they are involved in a campus organization or activity that has made prior arrangements and/or have received approval from our office. Students returning early without approval will be unable to check in to their rooms.
Please review the “Early Arrivals” section below for more information, including details on fees associated with arriving early.
If you foresee arriving later than 5 PM on Sunday, August 27, 2017, contact Residence Life and Housing at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.758.5185 for instructions and to avoid possible charges.
Check-In: 5 Easy Steps
- Pull your vehicle into a designated unloading zone closest to your residence hall and follow the unloading procedures below.
- Go to the main lobby in your assigned residence hall for check-in.
- Students living in a house on Polo Road and Martin Hall will check in at Polo Hall,
- Students living in Student Apartments and North Campus Apartments will check in at North Campus Apartments, Building # 5,
- Students living in Huffman Hall will check in at Poteat Hall,
- Students living in Efird Hall will check in at Taylor Hall,
- Students living in Piccolo Hall will check in at Palmer Hall.
- Introduce yourself to the hall staff and show them your room assignment.
- Pick up your keys, Room Condition Report, and other materials.
- Unload belongings at the curb and have someone move your vehicle to a parking lot so that others may unload their cars.
When over 3,000 students check in to the residence halls in just a few days, moving can be chaotic. To make everyone’s arrival as pleasant as possible, please:
- Observe all parking restrictions and traffic patterns; University Police will enforce these regulations. Park only on designated streets and in designated lots; do not park on the lawns since it may damage the underground sprinklers. While you are checking in, park in the designated unloading areas with flashers on.
- Quickly unload your belongings at the curb nearest to your residence hall. Once you are finished unloading, please move your vehicle to a parking lot.
- Do not park in handicap spaces, fire lanes, service areas, driving lanes, roadways, sidewalks, on the grounds or any other area not designated for parking.
- Check weather forecasts and plan accordingly. Bringing umbrellas and plastic for covering your belongings would be a good idea if rain is in the forecast.
When you check in, you will receive a Room Condition Report (RCR) which states the condition of items in your room at the time you move in. Take a few minutes to inspect your room to see if there are any discrepancies between your RCR and the actual condition of your room. If there are discrepancies, you must notify your Resident Adviser (RA) within 48 hours to ensure that you will not be financially accountable for pre-existing damages upon your check-out.