You need to check out of your spring assignment once you have moved into your summer housing assignment. To check out of your spring assignment, please complete the Express Checkout process. Students will move into their summer housing assignment between May 19-21 unless otherwise communicated. It is expected that you remain on campus during transition so you are prepared to move at anytime. You will receive email communication indicating which timeframe you will be expected to move.
Express Checkout conveniently allows a resident to drop off his/her key/key card and sign a waiver stating that he/she accepts the condition of their room as inventoried by a residence life staff member. Inventories will be completed within 24 hours of a student's departure date. Once you have completely moved out of your room, and your room is cleaned and returned to its original condition, insert your keys/key card into the Express Checkout box located in the lobby of your residence hall. Express Checkout envelopes are available by the Express Checkout box.
Students in Clarke Tower, STJ and North First Year Residence Halls will need to complete the Express Checkout Card found by the Express Checkout boxes in the lobby of your hall.
Students living in university-operated Greek houses use the Express Checkout boxes in Wade and Fribley Commons.
If your summer assignment is the same as your spring assignment, you will still officially check into your summer assignment by going to Wade Commons Area Office, and check out of your spring assignment by utilizing an express checkout envelope or express checkout card.
If you do not complete all parts of the checkout process, you may be assessed:
- $100 improper checkout fee
- $96 for each key not returned
- $10 for each Village key card not returned
- $10 for each Village mailbox key not returned
- plus any damage identified in your your room and/or suite/apartment.
If damages are assessed to your room, suite, or apartment, you will be sent an email indicating the nature and amount of the damages, as well as the appeal process for contesting charges.