It's Almost Move In Day T-Birds!
Here's some information to consider as you get ready:
1. Check out iCloud for your up to date room assignments. Check often because changes might happen.
2. Print off your health form and parking permit to bring with you on Move In Day.
3. Make sure you communicate with your roommates to coordinate who is bringing what! You are going to live with them, I promise it is not weird to call them!
4. Make sure you pack all your essentials! Mini fridge, microwave, shower curtain, living room furniture and ramen noodles!
5. Move In Day is August 10th from 9am-6pm. Check in at the laundry facility! Or just ask someone in a bright pink shirt to help you!
6. Once you are all moved in, do not be afraid to start meeting people. Everyone else is new too, so they are just as scared as you are!
7. Get involved! Make sure you go to all the activities! You will not meet anyone if you are in your room.
8. Make sure you go to the Housing Meeting and New Student Orientation! These are mandatory!Have fun and have a great school year!
**Please note if you did not get the assignment you requested, they are done on a first come, first served basis.
WHY LIVE ON CAMPUS?
1. Get Better Grades
Students who live on campus do better academically.
2. Make Friends and Feel Connected
You’ll meet more people - guaranteed. Friendships formed will last a lifetime. Plus, friends will be close by, for studying and just hanging out.
3. Avoid Money Hassles
By living on campus, you’ll avoid extra utility bills, expensive trips to the grocery store and chasing down roommates for their part of the rent.
4. Build Leadership Skills
Take advantage of being right on campus and be involved in all activities and organizations, such as residence life activities, Student Senate, intramural sports and other campus clubs.
5. Make College Life Easier
Enjoy the convenience of being closer to classes, the student commons area, library, computers labs, and the Fitness Center and gym. Plus, you’ll never have to worry about finding a parking place.
Did you know that students who live on campus are more likely to graduate? Add to the factors contributing to your success - live on campus!