For security, legal and social reasons, there are time-proven community standards for you and your guests (for whom you are responsible). Violations of these standards can result in disciplinary action and forfeiture of your housing assignment.
Here are some lists that will help you determine what to bring. We suggest you travel lightly. Fewer things. Smaller things. Good luck packing and traveling!
You are encouraged to personalize your room in ways that satisfy you and your roommate and comply with maintenance and safety standards. It is usually best to wait until you arrive before buying all the things you may want to use. Ideas about room designs and sources of materials, posters, etc. are easy to get from other residents and local stores. As you envision how you want your new space to be, here are some things to keep in mind.
Emergency Contact Information
Emergency Contact Information Sheet
Complete the Emergency Contact Information form. Bring this completed form to check in at your hall. The information you provide will be retained in the residence hall for emergencies. It is your responsibility to update the contact information if it changes.
Your room assignment letter indicates (or confirms) your roommate and room assignment for fall semester. This information is accurate as of the date it was mailed, but it is subject to change if cancellations occur. We will attempt to notify you if any assignment changes occur in your room. You may view your information online. Please note that you will not be able to make any changes from this link.
Your Moving-To-Campus Guide!
Make your move to campus a smooth one. View the information below to help you on your start to the Fall semester.