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I am a returning student. When can I move in?

Please refer to the academic calendar on the university website for the official arrival and move-in days for both new and returning students.

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When will I receive my room key?

Keys will be distributed from the Residential Hall Director that you are assigned to. Please be sure to bring a photo ID for identification purposes. Please notify our office if you have an issue with arriving during our posted hours at 305-626-3718 or 305-626-3108.

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What if I need to move in before my arrival date?

If you were granted permission to return to campus prior to your official arrival date, please follow the instructions provided to you by your sponsor and/or Residential Life. Arrivals that occur during the week (Monday – Friday) should make every effort to check-in between 8:30a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Arrivals on the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) are limited from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Please notify our office if you have an issue with arriving during our posted hours at 305-626-3718.

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What if I have a special need relating to my housing?

If you have a specific housing need, rooms are available upon documentation. These rooms are limited.

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How does my meal plan work? When does it begin?

Your meal plan is part of your tuition and fees. Your meal plan begins check — in day. Please visit the dining services on the university web page for more information regarding dining locations, menus, and hours of operation.

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Do I have to clean my own bathroom?

Yes, in the traditional/suites residence halls each resident is responsible for cleaning their distinct area of the room. The suite styles are jointly responsible for the unit living room, bathroom and kitchenette.

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What kind of furniture will I have in my room?

One long twin side bed, dresser draws, Study desk, closet and mirror.

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What facilities and resources do the residence halls offer?

Each traditional residence hall has a community styles bathroom, suite styles have private bathroom, lobby and lounge, recreational area with a TV and DVD player connection, couches and chairs, Laundry facilities and study lounges/computer labs can also be found in each hall.

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How many people share the bathrooms?

In the traditional halls the number of students sharing a bathroom depends on the living area, ranging from 40 to 50 students on a wing/floor. In some suite-style living two to a unit share a common bathroom.

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What if I lose my key?

According to university policy, the loss of a room key requires the replacement of the lock mechanism as well as the cutting of new keys. Students who lose their keys will be charged for these services. If you should lose your key, please visit the Office of Residential Life to report your key lost. Upon checking out from a university residence, the key(s) must be returned to a Residential Life staff member.

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