Welcome to Your Hall, Your Home! We are excited to have you live in on-campus housing. To help you adjust and answer some questions. Remember if you have questions you can always contact us by selecting the 'Contact Us' email on our website. You will be emailed your housing assignment but can always log back into your housing application to see updates.
Move-in Day (Fall): Saturday, August 22, 2020. Buildings will be open starting at 8:00am and will continue to check-in students until 10:00PM.
Move-in Day (Spring): Saturday, January 4, 2020. Buildings will be open starting at 8:00am and will continue to check-in students until 10:00PM.
Check-in details: You will want to pick up your student ID at the Greenwood Student Center, Registrar's Office. The Registrar's Office will be open on move-in day at 8:00am until 5:00pm.
Move-in early: If you are wanting to move-in early will need to fill out an Early Move-in Application, this can be found under Forms and Information on our website. There is an additional $150 Early Move-in Fee. Once the application is approved and processed, you will receive an email with your scheduled date and time and your student account will be charged the early move-in fee. The earliest a student can move-in is Friday, August 21, 2020 and there limited spots available.
Room Key/Key Card: Your student ID acts as your keycard to gain entry into your building and sometimes your room. After you obtain your student ID card from the Registrar's Office, you will need to activate the card in the Office of Residence Life. You will then check into your room and receive a hard key for your room. If you lose this key at some point in the year, you need to report the lose to the Office of Residence Life immediately and pay for a new key.
Student Leader details: If you are a student leader (SBO, Ambassador, PLT, Peer Mentor, etc.) a specified early move-in day will be emailed to your supervisor from the Office of Residence Life. You may email email@example.com if you need to clarify your move-in day and time.
If you live in a non-cooking unit/room in on-campus housing, a meal plan is required. There are 3 different tiers of meal plan options that food services provides for students in non-cooking rooms. Students in cooking appartments may choose to opt into a meal plan to supplement their own meals, but are not required to do so. Meal plan options can be found on the Price Guide webpage.