Summer Move-in

Check-In Information

New Students

Move-in day is an exciting time for new students and their families, and we're greatly looking forward to your arrival. On Sunday, May 20, check-in for Residential Living and Learning will be at the Residential Living and Learning Office in University Hall (644 N. Woodland Blvd.) from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Please come with a photo ID so we can issue your keys. Once you have your keys you can go to your residence hall and begin to get settled in. 

We strongly encourage you to be sure complete the process to have your Stetson ID ready when you check in.  Your ID will give you access to the community clubhouse and laundry facilities.

Continuing Students

If you plan to remain on campus during the transitional period between Spring and Summer, please submit a late-stay request through Housing Central before May 1 so that we can coordinate your transition from your spring to summer housing and provide specific communications to you. Bring your photo ID and check in at the Residential Living and Learning Office in University Hall (644 N. Woodland Blvd.).  You should plan to transition from your spring assignment to summer assignment on Sunday, May 20, 2018, between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Getting Settled

Getting set up in your room is an important first step. We encourage you to reach out to your roommate(s) prior to the move-in day to discuss some basic ideas about how to set up the room to your shared preferences. An empty room is full of possibilities and is just waiting for you to add your personal touch.

Animal Friends

Stetson University is an animal-friendly campus. It's important to remember that only Building 300 of the University Village Apartments is animal-friendly, so any pets that are helping to send you off to college need to remain outside of the other residence halls and check-in area. All animals must have received prior approval by Residential Living and Learning to live with you in the animal-friendly residence halls, so please be sure you have gone through that process before bringing your animal with you to campus.