Residence Hall Move-In Process
Move-in for Schwitzer Hall, Ross Hall, Residential College (ResCo) and University Terrace will be 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Schwitzer and Ross Hall residents, please check in with your resident assistant (RA) in your unit for your key and other move-in paperwork. Then begin moving into your room.
Residential College (ResCo) residents, please check in at the lobby of ResCo first, then begin moving into your room.
We will have volunteers Schwitzer Hall, Ross Hall, and Residential College (ResCo) to help you unload your belongings and bring them to your room. Volunteers will be located throughout the parking lot and at the pop-up tents in the lots. Please note that due to road construction Sunset Avenue will be one way NORTH during move-in. Please plan to use Boulevard Place as a detour for southbound traffic.
The parking lot at Schwitzer Hall (750 W. Hampton Drive) is located at the rear (north end) of the building. There is additional, limited parking on the east side of the building at the metered parking.
The parking lot for Ross Hall (629 W. Hampton Drive) is located on the west side of the building off of Clarendon Road. There is additional, limited parking on the east side of the building. Please note that the east side of Ross will be for unloading ONLY. There will be no parking.
The parking lot for ResCo (630 W. Hampton Drive) is located on the north side of the building (off of Sunset Avenue).
For your convenience, we will empty the majority of the parking lot at each hall in preparation for move-in. We will post barricades in these lots to delineate 30 minutes parking zones for our new students.
Please park, unload your belongings into your residence room and move your car once you are done.
We ask you do this to allow other students and their families access to parking spots that are closer and more convenient to the buildings. Once you are done, you may park in other university lots including the Irwin Library lot.
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