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Housing & Residence Life - summer checkout

MAKE YOUR TRAVEL PLANS NOW

2022 graduating seniors check out dates & times:

Sunday, May 8th, 2022 NO LATER THAN 5:00pm

Undergraduate students check out dates & times:

Students must check out no later Than 24 hours after their last Exam and no later than 5:00pm.

Remember to:

  • REMOVE ALL PERSONAL ITEMS
  • REMOVE ALL TRASH
  • LOWER AND CLOSE BLINDS
  • TURN OFF LIGHTS
  • TURN IN YOUR KEY

Students returning for the fall 2022 semester must:

Complete the online Housing Reservation form & pay the $75 housing fee.
Deadline June 4th, 2022

Fines are applied for improper checkout

All forgotten items not retrieved by May 14th Will be discarded.

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