1 – Arrive on campus
Follow the move-in maps [insert anchor to maps?] for the best way to get to your hall. When you arrive, go inside to get your room key. While you check in, family will unload the car onto the grass and then go park. This allows more people to get in close to the hall and not carry things as far. One person must be with the vehicle at all times while it unloads.
2 – Get your room key
Check-in will consist of several stations, such as receiving your room key and student policies, and completing paperwork such as an emergency contact card. This includes a health insurance policy number, so please bring the appropriate information with you.
3 – Complete the Room Inventory Form
An important part of check-in will be the Room Inventory Form. Take this form to your room and make notes regarding any damages or wear and tear you see in the room. When you check out in April, this form will be used to compare the condition of your room to August, before you moved in. Any damages not previously noted on the form will be billed to your student account when you leave.
Students and parents can park in any student space in lots designated A, C, F, K and W during move-in week. Cars in employee, reserved and handicapped (unless a permit is displayed) spaces will be ticketed, as well as vehicles on sidewalks and the grass. Thirty minute loading areas in front of the residence halls will also be enforced.
The dining halls will open Monday, August 26 with new student early arrivals.
Free meal passes are provided for families helping their student move in. It’s a great way to see all the options for students, and it’s great not to have to move the car once it’s parked!
Additional ideas to consider that will make your move-in easier are cutting handles in boxes for easy carrying, and bringing a dolly. We also recommend bringing a few basic cleaning supplies. They come in handy for a quick sprucing up and keeping the room clean during the year.
Volunteers called Bronco Buddies are there to assist with move-in on the three main move-in days. They will help unload cars and carry belongings to your room.
Mail will begin to be delivered to the residence halls the first day of move-in. Click here for details about sending and receiving mail.
Please take time to look at the information posted in the halls. This will include information about policies and campus services, as well as information about campus and hall events happening the first week.