Step 1: Complete your Annual Housing Orientation
Near the end of June, you will be emailed information about the Annual Housing Orientation and when it will be available. The Housing Orientation will walk you through the Student Handbook and provide you with information about what you can and cannot bring to campus as well as information about campus security, rules/policies, and things you should know about living on campus.
This will be completed on myHousing Portal.
Step 2: Schedule your Move In Appointment
In early July, you will be emailed information about when the online appointment scheduler will open and how to utilize it to schedule your move in appointment. Only students who have completed their online Annual Housing Orientation from step 1 will be able to access the appointment scheduler.
The appointment scheduler will open at different times depending on where you live to minimize the number of users logged in at one time. Be advised, the appointment scheduler will open for you at the time listed below based off where you’re living for Fall:
- July 11th @ 11:00am- Aston, Dunn, Hart, Krueger, Mosher
- July 11th @ 12:30om- Appelt, Eppright, Harrington, White, Rudder, Underwood, Wells, White (3rd & 4th floors)
- July 11th @ 2:00pm- Hobby, Hullabaloo, Legett, Neeley, Schumacher, Walton
- July 11th @ 3:30pm- Clements, Davis-Gary, Fowler, Haas, Hughes, Keathley, Lechner, McFadden, Moses
Appointments will vary by location and are scheduled first-come-first serve. However, the dates that will be available on opening day are as follows:
- Residence Halls – Aug. 20th – Aug. 23rd
- White Creek Apartments – Aug. 17th – Aug. 23rd
All non-Corps students will need to schedule an appointment in order to get checked into the residence halls/apartments.
Step 3: Read student handbook, and review packing list
Every year we receive hundreds of inquiries about what you can and cannot bring to campus. Below is a list of items we’ve compiled that is not all inclusive, but very helpful. Your online orientation covers a lot of the expectations and policies for on campus living, but please be aware of all information outlined in the Resident Handbook as you’re responsible for abiding by all policies.
For information about the dorm/apartment you’re living in, please click “Housing Options” on the header of our website, select the hall you’re assigned to, and review all the information on the page. Furniture, dimensions, and room information is all listed.
We also provide some extras you may want to purchase or rent. These Add-Ons include refrigerator/microwave combo appliances, linen packages, personal safes, and more. Find the details under the Add-Ons on our Amenities page.