More information on Fall move-out will be posted here in early November.
depending on fall housing assignment
We want to welcome you to the Boston campus for the fall 2020 semester. Northeastern University has been working diligently over the past couple of months to prepare our campuses, including our classrooms and residence halls, for the arrival of our students. Every aspect of our planning has been done with the health and well being of our community in mind, including testing every member of our community for COVID-19 and re-configuring indoor and outdoor spaces on campus to reduce density and maintain healthy distancing.
Our move-in and housing processes have been redesigned with these priorities in mind and we are eager to share with you the details
For the most up to date information on health and safety please see the university’s official Reopening Plan.
One of our goals for the move-in process is to keep vehicles off of the street as much as possible. It is important that you follow the steps provided for your specific building in order to keep things running smoothly for yourself and others!
If you are not living with us during the Summer II semester, each building community is assigned a specific range of move in dates and times and each student is assigned a date and time within that period based on their assignment.
For specific move-in information for your buildings, please click the linked building name. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Students will only be able to request move in date changes to other dates their building is scheduled to move-in.
If you are are moving off Campus:
Failure to check out by the pre-established deadline may result in lost/discarded property, fines and/or a student conduct violation.
You must complete the following prior to being checked out of your bedspace by a member of the Housing & Residential Life staff:
- Remove all belongings
- Throw away all trash/food
- Clean your 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.
Please note: There is no consolidation housing offered between the end of Summer II 2020, August 18th through September 1st. If you are moving off campus at the end of Summer II, you must make the appropriate arrangements and secure your own space off campus by the final date of Summer housing on August 18th. If you have a lease that begins August 1st, please contact email@example.com about prorating your Summer II housing. There are no exceptions as our Fall 2020 move-in cycle begins promptly after Summer II.
If you are moving to a new assignment for Fall 2020:
You will be assigned a move-to/from date in August.Students remaining in university housing in Boston from one semester to the next have a continuous contract. Continuing contract students may remain on campus between semesters. Current and future building staff will reach out to students who need to move between semesters via their Husky email regarding the move-to-from process. More information can be found HERE.
****Any student with a continuous contract will NOT follow Summer II move out dates if they are scheduled to move to a new room. Students that fall into this category should NOT make travel plans to leave campus until they confirm their move-in date with their future building staff. This information is not available until the end of each term.
If you have the same assignment for Summer II and Fall 2020.:
You can stay in your space through the intersession period.
- Masks or face coverings must always be worn both inside campus buildings and in outdoor spaces on campus. Face coverings are required in residence hallways and common areas and may only be removed inside your assigned bed space.
- To minimize close contacts, you must maintain healthy distancing of 6 feet and avoid gatherings.
- Per the university update last week, no guests will be permitted to enter any university housing building. No additional occupants are permitted in your residential assigned space during this time; this includes neighbors within your residential building.
- Your belongings should fit in one 4’x3’x3’ hamper or be able to be carried in one trip.
- Immediately following the return of your moving hamper, you must enter quarantine.
- Picking up grab and go food from campus dining facilities.
- Use of your assigned shared floor bathroom, while wearing masks or face coverings when possible and limiting time spent in the bathroom to essential use.
- Receiving urgent medical care.
Specific arrival directions, with driving directions are available on your specific building page, linked in the "If you are Moving to Campus" area above. Maps of campus unloading locations by day are available below.
Move-in days have date-specific parking hang tags and with bar codes and PIN numbers. Please Print the correct hang tag for your move in date here:
- August 29: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- August 30: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- August 31: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 1: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 2: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 3: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 4: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 5: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 6: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
- September 7: Parking Pass and Move-In Map
Please note: There is no parking available for oversized vehicles or overnight parking and no non-Northeastern Student arriving to campus will be allowed out of their vehicle. Renaissance Garage and Columbus Garage both have clearance of 6'8".
As you review your travel plans in the upcoming weeks, it is imperative that you arrive during your scheduled move-in date and time, as it will also correspond to your arrival COVID-19 testing appointment. If you cannot arrive during that date and time, you must select an alternate arrival date and time from a dynamic list of available time slots for your building. Arrival dates and times are limited per date, time, building, and unload location. Beginning Friday, August 7, you can access the Move-in Arrival Change process in Housing Online.
Move-In Pre-Arrival Checklist
- I have read what to bring and have packed to bring only the essentials to campus this fall.
- I have printed my move-in parking pass and directions for my correct move in day.
- I have read and submitted the university’s required Expectations for Return to Campus Attestation formas a prerequisite to returning to campus.
- I have completed the Daily Wellness Check prior to coming to campus, or leaving your residence hall, each day. The tool will indicate whether you are cleared to come to campus, whether you should stay home, and provide next steps if you report symptoms of COVID-19. Please bookmark the page for daily use.
- I have scheduled my move in day test through the COVID-19 Test Scheduler Please note: the testing center does not take walk-in appointments, so you will need to schedule your testing time to mirror your move in time. You will not be allowed to enter the testing center without a proof of your appointment time. This can be provided either by using a mobile device or by a print out from the COVID-19 Test Scheduler.
For your testing:
- I have reviewed and complete the Informed Consent to Campus COVID-19 Screening form
- I have the appointment confirmation page ready on my mobile device when arriving at the testing center.
- I have the completed the Daily Wellness Checkand be sure to know how to show the result page on your mobile device so you can show the staff to enter the testing center.
- I know my nine-digit Northeastern University ID identification number and have it visible on your Daily Wellness Check screen