Spring Move-Out 2014
As the academic year winds down, we hope you all have had a successful year! Everyone is sure to be busy preparing for finals and summer break.
Within the Housing Services Spring 2014 Move-Out Guide[pdf] is information you will need for Spring Move-Out. Please also explore Move-Out Additional Information which provides resources for a smooth Move-Out transition.
By May 2, residents are to schedule a date and time to physically check out of their room with their RA. There is also an Express Check-out form that can be completed in case the RA is not available during the time the resident leaving. Please see your RA to obtain an Express Check-out form and further instructions on where to return it.
Buildings Close Wednesday, May 14 at 12pm
Residents are expected to vacate their rooms within 24 hours after their last exam unless staying for a university related reason no later than 12 pm on Wednesday, May 14 (such as graduating seniors). Residents staying for a university related reason MUST check out no later than 12 pm on Monday, May 19.
If there are extenuating circumstances that affect your departure date, you must complete an extension request. All requests will be reviewed and either approved or denied. Students transitioning into their summer housing assignments will stay in their current rooms until notified by Housing Services of when to move to their summer assignment.
Prep your room for Check-Out
Before leaving, all furniture must be arranged in move-in condition and rooms completely clean and free of all personal belongings and trash, without exception. All desk and dresser drawers should be empty and wiped clean with a damp towel. All personally constructed lofts must be taken apart and removed from the residence hall and brought to the nearest dumpsite area if being thrown away. Items left in rooms will be discarded.
Residents of Carnegie Mellon campus housing are responsible for all damages incurred to their room and/or public spaces. This includes damage to furniture in the rooms or public spaces. Please see the Spring 2014 Damage Charge Information [pdf] for costs and details.
Hard Key Return — Oakland Residents
Oakland residents in Fairfax, Neville, Residence on Fifth, Shady Oak and Webster will need to return their keys in the "Housing Check-Out and Key Return Receipt" envelope provided by their RA to the Residence on Fifth Service Desk (4700 Fifth Avenue) upon departure. Failure to return your keys will result in a charge for a lock change.
The Residence on Fifth Service Desk will be open 24 hours through 12 pm on May 19, 2014. Residents must complete the form, which is then sealed and placed in a secured box until retrieved by the Housing Services staff. Receipts are issued immediately by the Desk Attendant staff.
Express Check-out forms will not be used for the Oakland community. If the resident cannot make arrangements to check-out with an RA, they should notify the Desk Attendant upon return of the completed "Housing Check-Out and Key Return" form, and the Desk Attendant will enter their information.
Do not return keys to campus police or Resident Assistants.
Summer housing is available! Summer housing is for a period equivalent to a summer school session between May 19th and August 9, 2014. Summer housing will be offered in Residence on Fifth, Fairfax Apartments and Webster Hall and is available for undergraduate and graduate students. Students can chose to stay for one or both summer school sessions. For dates, rates and other information please visit our Summer Housing Website.
Fall 2014 Move-In
Returning students are permitted to arrive on campus on or later than Thursday, August 21, 2014. Early arrivals will not be approved unless associated with a University office or an orientation activity. Students without early arrival approval to may be assessed a fee of $100 USD per night through their student accounts.
Housing Services will utilize the electronic kiosk check-in process for the fall 2014 check-in. This requires the use of your Carnegie Mellon ID card and one of our centrally located kiosks. More information will be sent in the Housing newsletter in July.
Congratulations on a successful year at Carnegie Mellon University! Please contact us if you have any questions and have a great summer!