Fall 2022 Semester Move-Out Procedure for Residents Not Returning in the Spring
Check Out Process
Attend the hall meeting with your RM, where the check-out process will be discussed; look for emails and flyers from your RM on when and where this will take place.
Sign-Up at the Residential Building Office for a time to check out of your room with an RM.
Once you have checked out with the RMs, please complete the Check Out Form in the office.
Return your room and mailbox key to the office, and complete the Housing Cancellation Form.
Fines and Damage Fees
Please know that any damages to the conditions of the room or the furniture may result in damage fees; fees are found in the Community Guide on pages 32-34.
Failure to check out in the process outlined above will result in an improper checkout fee of $50.00. Any trash the custodial services must take out will be charged the hourly cleaning rate.
Failure to return room and mailbox keys at the time of checkout will result in a fee of $100.00 for the room key and $5.00 for the mailbox key.
All residents moving out of their Fall 2022 assignment and not returning in the spring are to move out of their room 24 hours after their last final exam; a late check-out fee of $25.00 for each half-hour that a resident remains past the check-out time may be applied for failure to check out on time.
Spring 2023 Move-In Information
Saturday, January 7, 2023, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 8, 2023, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Where Do I Go to Move In?
The Residential Building offices will be open from Saturday, January 7, to Sunday, January 8, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for you to pick up your room and mailbox key. Please check your student housing portal for the building name and room number you will be staying in before arriving on campus. You may also call 803-641-3790 if you are unable to log in.
What if I Need to Come Early?
May I Bring Friends and Family?
Absolutely; please bring friends and family to assist you with moving in.
Will There be Buggies for Unloading?
Each residential building will have buggies available for you to check out at no cost. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Where Do I Need to Park?
There are designated parking lots for each residential building in University Housing. Pacer Crossings has a front and side lot, Pacer Commons has a front and back lot, and Pacer Downs has spots in front of the buildings.
Will I Be Able to Meet My Resident Mentor?
Your Resident Mentor will be hosting hall meetings during the first week of classes in the spring so you can discuss important information about living in University Housing.
Are There Things that I Should or Should Not Bring?
Yes, on both accounts. Please check out our helpful What to Bring list as you plan to move into University Housing in January. You may also find information on the size of the rooms and windows on the webpage.