Fall 2018 Move In Process

Residence Hall Move-In - Aug. 14 & 15

  • New Student Move-In = Tues., Aug. 14 and Wed., Aug. 15 - based on your room number.
  • Returning Student Move-In = Thurs., August 16

Please note that these dates are when your move-in BEGINS. Move-in continues through the first day of classes. Move-in will not start earlier on these days than is advertised. You don't need to arrive early to "beat the rush".

If you move in before your scheduled move-in date, you will likely be charged for Early Arrival.

A NOTE ON TRAFFIC: Don't follow your GPS! Our move-in routes are marked with red signs. Volunteers will also be directing traffic on Aug. 15 and 16. Our routes are the most efficient for move-in. Traffic can be heavy at times but the system works smoothly with patience and cooperation.

  • Step One: Park
    • New Students, Aug. 14 & 15 = Move-in passes will be mailed to you in July. Fill them out and keep them with the vehicle(s) coming on move-in day.
      • If you lose your pass or change your move-in day - don't worry. We'll have extras when you get here. Parking passes are only needed Aug. 14 and 15. If you are moving in any other day, you do not need a move-in pass.
      • When you get to your building, our staff will ask you for your pass, fill it out and direct you to 30-minute parking for unloading.
    • Returning Students = When you get here, find a parking spot near your building, check-in, and - as a courtesy to others - move your car to the stadium lot when you are finished unloading.
  • Step Two: Check-In and Get Your Keys
    • New Students = Follow the signs to your hall's central check-in location to get your information and keys. Helpers/family should stay with the vehicle and start unloading items, setting them outside the vehicle.
      • Between 8 am - 6 pm, check in at your hall's central location (locations TBD, will be marked). All other dates / times go to your Hall Desk.
    • Returning Students = You will check-in at the Hall Desk associated with your assignment.
      • If you arrive during New Student move-in, check-in is in a central area. You will also likely be charged for Early Arrival.
  • Step Three: Unload and Move-In
    • After you get your keys, start moving items to your room. Please unload and take everything to your room before unpacking.
      • New Students = From 8:00 am - 5:00 pm on Aug. 14 and 15, look for volunteers in bright shirts. This is the Move-In Crew and they'll help you carry things to your room (and they're amazingly fast)!
    • When your vehicle is unloaded, (New Students have 30 minutes), PLEASE move it to long-term parking so others can unload.
  • Step Four: Inspect Your Room
    • When you get your keys, you will also receive a Room Inventory and Condition Card (RICC). Please take the time to do a thorough inspection. Return the form to your CA within 24 hours.
      • At move out, we will reinspect your room and use your move-in RICC as the basis for furniture inventory, evaluating cleanliness, identifying damages and assessing charges.
    • Find something in your room that needs fixed? Note it on your RICC. You must also submit a Service Request. Staff will be happy to show you how to do this.
  • Step Five: Get Comfortable
    • Unpack, set up your room, meet your neighbors and settle in! Have questions? Ask your CA or visit your Hall Desk. Your desk will also have tools/supplies to check out that you may need to set up your room.

 

On-Campus Apartment Move-In = Saturday, August 11

Please note that this is the date that move-in BEGINS. Move-in continues through the first day of classes

  • Step One: Check-In and Get Your Keys
    • Frederiksen Court Residents = Check in at the Frederiksen Court Community Center, 2129 Hawthorn Ct Drive. Staff will give you keys and information about your community.
    • Legacy Residents = Check in at the Legacy Desk located at 119 Stanton Ave. #201 (second floor)
    • Schilletter & University Village Residents = Check in at the SUV Community Center, 65 Edenburn Dr. Staff will verify your assignment and issue your keys.
  • Step Two Unload and Move-In
    • Once you have received your keys, you can start moving your stuff into your apartment. To make the process go as quickly as possible, get your things into the apartment before unpacking and deciding where it should go.
    • When you have finished unloading your behicle, if you are in a parking spot very close to your building, it would a nice gesture for your neighbors if you would move to a space farther from the building so they don't have to carry things as far.
  • Step Three: Inspect Your Apartment
    • When you get your keys, you will also receive an Apartment Condition and Inventory Report form. Please take the time to be thorough in your inspection of your apartment and then return the form to the Community Center office within 48 hours.
      • When you move out, we will reinspect your apartment and we will use your move-in Apartment Condition and Inventory Report form as our basis for taking inventory of furnishings, evaluating cleanliness, identifying damages and assessing charges.
    • Find something in your apartment that needs fixed? Make a note of it on your Apartment Condition and Inventory Report form. You must also submit a Service Request. Staff will be happy to show you how to do this.
  • Step Four: Get Comfortable
    • Unpack, meet your roommate, set up your apartment, meet your neighbors, say goodbye to your family, etc. Have questions? Your CA will be your best resource for information as you settle in.
      • Frederiksen Court Residents can also visit the Frederiksen Court office to ask questions or check out any tools/supplies you may need to set up your apartment.
      • Legacy Residents can also visit the Legacy Desk located at 201 Legacy.
      • Schilletter & University Village Residents can also visit the SUV Community Center Office.
    • New Students = Don’t forget to go to Destination Iowa State (DIS)!