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Residential Life Winter Closing Information

Important Residence Halls Closing Information

Residence Halls close Wednesday, December 20th at 11:00AM. All students MUST leave the residence halls 24 hours after their last exam or by 11:00AM on December 20th, whichever occurs first.

Students living in buildings designated as recess buildings may stay only if they have filled out the Winter Intersession Housing Application

Closing Checklist

  • Attend Your Resident Assistant's Closing Meeting
  • Report all window problems to the Quad office
  • Close and Lock all windows before you leave
  • Unplug all of your electronics (including refrigerators)and leave door open
  • Take all garbage and recyclables to the trash room
  • All First Floor residences must close shades; all other floors, leave shades open
  • Bring home all valuables, medications, passports, etc.
  • All Access is STRICTLY PROHIBITED once the halls are closed
  • The last student to leave must notify staff that the room is vacant
  • Make sure to bring your keys back with you when you return to campus

Moving to a New Room?

  • Check out of your current assignment and remove all belongings by 11:00AM on Wednesday, December 20th, 2017
  • Check into your new assignment beginning on Saturday, January 20th 2018 after 9:00AM
  • Failure to check out of your current location will forfeit your new assignment

Not returning for the Spring 2018 Semester?

Your Residence Hall Licence is a legal binding contract for the entire academic year.

If you are leaving for any reason, you must:

  • Complete the Housing Release Application and submit it to the Office of Residential life located in the basement of Eastman tower on State Quad.
  • Attend the damage billing meeting
  • Upon approval of your release request, you must completely check out of your room, make an appointment with the Quad Office to turn in your keys and officially checkout.

  • All Freshman & Sophomores are required to live on campus.