Move In/Out Procedure
Students who are moving-off campus must contact their current Residence Director to secure a move out date and time. A failure to check out by the pre-established deadline may result in lost/discarded property, fines and/or judicial action.
Students must complete the following prior to being checked out of their bedspace by a member of the Housing & Residential Life staff.
- Remove all belongings
- Throw away all trash/food
- Clean their bedspace
Once everything has been removed from their room the student must check out of their space with a member of Housing & Residential Life on the date previously coordinated with their Residence Director. A Resident Assistant will then check the condition of their bedroom and apartment (if applicable) noting any damage. In keyed buildings the RA will take the students keys and lock the bedroom.
Parking Lot Information:
Move-in/Move-out Parking Pass (PDF)
Summer II Move-Out:
- Move out for students in classes is: Tuesday, August 19, 2014 by 7:00PM
- Move out for students on co-op is: Tuesday, August 19, 2014 by 9:00PM
The following lots are open from 7am-11pm with the appropriate parking pass:
- Columbus Garage
- North Lot
- West Village E Garage
Locations: West Village A, Davenport B, Speare Hall
PLEASE NOTE: There is no consolidation housing available on campus as our Fall 2014 move-in process starts promptly at the end of Summer II, well before September 1st. Please be sure appropriate arrangements have been made if you intend on staying in the Boston area beyond the Summer II move-out date.
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