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Move-In

Move-In

 

Students will be asked to limit the number of family members accompanying them on Move-In Day, and cloth facemasks will be required for all on campus. Ill family members should remain at home. 

Preparing for Move-In

  • All students will need to be cleared by both Student Financial Services and Student Health Services in order to move in to the residence halls. Students who have not been cleared by one, or both offices, will not be approved to move in to the residence halls.
    All students will need to sign up for a move-in time slot ahead of their arrival to campus and will only be able to move-in during that time slot. To help allow for physical distancing during the move-in process, there will be a cap on the number of students able to sign up for each time slot.
  • Students are asked to pack face coverings, hand sanitizer, a thermometer and disinfecting wipes to bring them with them to campus.
  • Additional guidelines will be announced for students who are traveling via international or domestic flights.

Additional Information on Residential Living

  • To the greatest extent possible, Residential Life will de-densify the residence halls. Designed triple rooms will be used as doubles, and depending on occupancy rates, some traditional double rooms might be converted to singles.
  • Residential Life is working with Athletics to meet any NCAA recommendations regarding student-athlete housing to the extent possible.
  • Building lounges within New Hampshire, Mt. Washington and Granite, as well as the Study Rooms in Cheshire, will be arranged to allow for a six-foot radius between furnishings. The maximum number of individuals using these spaces at once will be limited to:
    o Cheshire Study Rooms – 2 People
    o Granite Lounges – 5 People
    o New Hampshire Lounges – 5 People
    o Mt. Washington Lounges – 5 People