Returning Students Can Move In Beginning August 19
Returning students can begin moving back to campus on Friday, August 19.
Students are asked to first check in at the Residential Education Office (formerly the Residence Life Office), located in Centennial Hall. Students can move in on Friday, August 19 from 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday, August 20 from 1 to 5 p.m., and Sunday, August 21 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Because of the number of people moving back to campus, students are asked to use the following procedures for parking and unloading:
Townhouse residents: Unload belongings in the reserved lot (entrance is on 56th Street). Enter the lot, drive to the west end and along the north end of the parking lot to unload belongings. Please move vehicle promptly after unloading. Reserved spots will go into effect on Monday, August 22.
Heim/White Hall residents: Drive your vehicle to the south end of the lot, up the last row of parking and pull in the fire lane. Once parked, drop off you belongings in the fire lane and move your vehicle immediately. The "Unloading Zone" will be in effect all three days of move-in (August 19-21).
Johnson Hall residents: Enter the fire lane along side of Johnson from the west side and unload your belongings. After vehicle is unloaded, move it to a parking lot.
Centennial Hall residents: Enter the parking lot at 53rd and Madison Ave. entrance. Drop off belongings and move vehicle to a parking lot.
Burt North residents: Park in the area near Plainsman Hall and the Weary Center to unload and then promptly move vehicle to a parking lot.
For further questions about move in, please contact the Residential Education Office at 402.465.2161.
New students will move to campus on Wednesday, August 17 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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