We know you are excited to move-in and so are we! Prepare for your big day by following the advice below. The information below is abbreviated– a more detailed list will be emailed to you. Please do not arrive earlier than your assigned move-in time. There are large crowds on move-in day and arriving at your assigned time greatly helps with traffic and congestion.
Fall 2017 Move-in dates: Miramar on Thursday, August 24. Momentum Village on Friday, August 25.
More information about move-in day will be posted here, on social media, and sent to resident's Islander email account as the big day approaches. If you need to move-in after the official move-in date listed above, please email your housing community at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with the subject line "Alternate Move-In Day."
What to Bring – Miramar
Cable and Ethernet cords, shower curtain & towels, trashcan(s) & bags, UL approved power strips (NO extension cords), cooking supplies, plates & utensils, food, and a wireless router (if you would like a wireless internet connection). Fish are allowed in a 15 gallon or smaller aquarium. Residents are responsible for cleaning their rooms, so don’t forget the cleaning supplies!
Apartment buildings 0-7 and all Residence Halls: Standard Twin bedding
Apartment buildings 8-9: XL Twin bedding
What to Bring - Momentum Village
Full sized bedding, cable and Ethernet cords, shower curtain & towels, trashcan(s) & bags, UL approved power strips (NO extension cords), cooking supplies, plates & utensils, and food. Wi-Fi is available in the building, so wireless routers are not needed. Fish are allowed in a 15 gallon or smaller aquarium. Residents are responsible for cleaning their rooms, so don’t forget the cleaning supplies!
DO NOT BRING
Extension cords, candles, pets, grills, weapons of any kind (housing is a designated gun free zone), toaster ovens, hot plates and other cooking appliances with an exposed heating coil. Remember to review your lease for a full list of prohibited items. We strongly recommend that you DO NOT bring family heirlooms to your college housing, but rather leave them at home for their safekeeping.