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Move-Out Dates

April 2017

  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • 9
     
  • 10
     
  • 11
     
  • 12
    -RA closing meetings
  • 13
    -RA closing meetings
  • 14
    -RA closing meetings
  • 15
    -RA closing meetings
  • 16
    -RA closing meetings
  • 17
    -RA closing meetings
  • 18
    -RA closing meetings
  • 19
    -RA closing meetings
  • 20
    -RA closing meetings
  • 21
     
  • 22
     
  • 23
     
  • 24
    -Request to stay late forms due to hall offices by 5pm
  • 25
     
  • 26
     
  • 27
     
  • 28
     
  • 29
    -Intensified quiet hours begin at 11:59pm

May 2017

  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • 30
     
  • 1
    -1st billing for summer students
  • 2
     
  • 3
     
  • 4
     
  • 5
    -Intensified quiet hours end at noon
  • 6
    -Residence halls close at 7pm
  • 7
     
  • 8
    -Students move-in to their summer housing assignment noon-4pm
  • 9
     
  • 10
     
  • 11
     
  • 12
     
  • 13
     

CLOSING MEETINGS

RAs will be hosting meetings to talk about what students need to do to have a smooth move-out. Students who cannot make the closing meeting must contact their RA to get the information, as all students are responsible for material discussed at the meeting, regardless of their attendance.

All students need to be moved out of their room by 7pm the Saturday after finals. Exceptions are for those students who have an approved request to stay late.


INTENSIFIED QUIET HOURS

Intensified quiet hours begin at 11:59pm the Saturday before finals and end at noon on Friday of finals week. The purpose of this is to allow students to study in a quiet environment. Students should keep their room door closed during this time and be respectful of the quiet hours if visiting another hall. Some halls may have reprieve hours or an earlier end time and will post those changes within the hall.


LATE CHECK-OUT

Students may request a late check-out for any of the circumstances listed below. A request to stay late form must be filled out with the hall office (see calendar above for due date). Failure to complete this form will result in loss of access to the building and the student may be assessed an improper check-out fee.

Graduation (Commencement) - All graduating students who are walking in the commencement ceremony will be approved to stay through the Sunday after finals at 9am. Students who aren’t graduating, but play a role in commencement (ie band, official university videography, etc) would also be approved to stay through the Sunday after finals at 9am.

Hawkeye Community College or Allen College Students – Students who attend one of our partner schools may be on a different finals schedule than that of UNI. In addition to the request to stay late form, students will also be required to complete a finals form for their respective school. Both of these can be picked up at the hall office (see calendar above for due date). A temporary move may be required due to summer improvement projects and staffing. Students required to move will be notified upon their approval to stay in the halls.

International Students – Students who are traveling home to another country may be approved to stay through 9am on the Sunday after finals. A temporary move may be required due to summer improvement projects and staffing. Students required to move will be notified upon their approval to stay in the halls. Any students needing to stay past 9am on Sunday may be charged for their extended stay.

UNI Summer Housing – Students will move from their current space to their summer space in PV or Shull between the hours of 12pm-4pm on Monday following finals. Due to rooms needing to be cleaned, students will not be able to move into their summer assignment earlier than Monday.

Other – Students who need to need to stay late for any reason other than those listed above can still fill out the request to stay late form. The Residence Life Coordinator will review all requests and determine if an exception will be granted.

Please note that students with an approved late check-out should not have visitors in the building for any reason. The halls are considered CLOSED to students and the public.


MOVE-OUT FAQs

What are intensified quiet hours?
Intensified quiet hours allow students a quiet environment to study for finals. It is recommended that room doors remain closed during this time. Intensified quiet hours begin at 11:59pm the Saturday before finals and end at noon on Friday of finals week, although each hall may have its own varied schedule. Students visiting another hall are still responsible for knowing and abiding by that hall's intensified quiet hours.

What happens if I receive a violation during intensified quiet hours?
Residents involved in behavior that interferes with other residents' needs for quiet may be asked to leave the hall immediately and may be subject to University disciplinary proceedings.
 
What is the difference between Express Check-Out and Traditional Check-Out?
Express Check-Out is a process that allows students to check-out of their room at their convenience without needing an RA to complete the check-out. (Students living in Panther Village and ROTH are not eligible for this option due to the unique layout of these spaces.) The majority of students in the traditional halls select this option. The Express Check-Out contract and envelope (one per resident) are available at the hall office or will be distributed at the closing house meetings.

Traditional Check-Out requires students to sign up for a time with their RA at least 24 hours in advance of their preferred check-out time. The student must be present while the RA checks the room against the Room Condition Report that was completed upon move-in. (Panther Village and ROTH residents are required to complete a Traditional Check-Out.)

What do I need to do to make sure my room is clean?
Remove belongings from the room. Empty and clean out the trash. Clean the room thoroughly (sweep, dust, remove all sticky stuff/tape/poster putty and items attached to the ceiling and drawers, and wipe down the walls. Leave drawers open. All original furniture should be in the room.

What do I do with the height of my bed?
All beds should be either at the lowest or highest level prior to checking out. Beds that are bunked need to be de-bunked. Adjusting the height of your bed often is loud, so plan to handle this part of move-out prior to or following intensified quiet hours.

Will I get charged for room damages?
Yes, but typically students who are charged for room damages are those who did not note damages on their Room Condition Report when they moved in or students who took furniture out of the room and did not put it back prior to checking out. Any charges will be charged to the student’s U-Bill.

Can I appeal any charges I receive?
Students who approved their Room Condition Report when they moved in AND completed a Traditional Check-Out are eligible to appeal charges; all others will not be considered.

I lost my room key, what do I do?
Find it! The fee for a lost room key is a minimum $56.00 charge. Notify the RA or hall secretary and make note on the check-out form. Any fees will be charged to the student’s U-Bill.

What constitutes an improper check-out and corresponding fee?

  • Not checking-out (leaving key(s) in the room, with another person or in the hall office without completing the required check-out paperwork)
  • Not being prepared to check-out at the assigned time (applies to Traditional Check-Out only)
  • Failure to attend the scheduled check-out appointment
  • Not having the room cleaned or emptied when staff checks the space
  • Not signing the Express Check-Out contract

What do I do with personal belongings that I no longer wish to keep - can I just leave them in my room?
Students cannot leave items they no longer wish to keep in their room for hall staff to take care of; it is the student's responsibility to dispose of them. We offer a couple of options:

  • Panther Pick-up - Trucks will be located outside of Campbell, Towers and between Shull and Rider during move-out week on Thursday, Noon-4pm and Friday, 11am-3pm. Please consider donating your items to help support those in need in our community.
  • Dumpsters are positioned outside of each of the residence halls allowing students to easily and conveniently dispose of their unwanted items.

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