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Move-in day starts at 8 am on Thursday, August 23, 2012. Once you’ve moved into your room, parked and taken a minute to catch your breath, you should go to the Harry C. Moores Campus Center. Here you will pick up your Orientation Packet, and meet with representatives from student accounts, financial aid, residence life, and student affairs. Please make sure that you’ve moved into your room no later than 2 pm so you can participate in the Opening Ceremony at 3:15 pm.
Download the move-in day letter (PDF) for more details about move-in day activites.
Download the move-in and orientation map (PDF) to find out where to go to unload your vehicle and park afterwards.
Here’s the best news – we’ll take care of the heavy lifting, thanks to our ROTC cadets and dozens of student organization members, faculty and staff who help move belongings and welcome you to Capital. Our Public Safety officers and student staff will be on hand to direct you so the process will run smoothly. Volunteers who are helping you move in will be careful, but they cannot be responsible for damage to items. So if it makes you more comfortable, feel free to carry things like laptops and TVs yourself.
Our goal is to have each vehicle unloaded within 10 minutes to keep the lines going. To better assist our volunteers and keep their energy fresh, we encourage students living on the third floor of the residence halls to arrive earliest in the morning. Second-floor residents are encouraged to arrive about mid-morning, followed by first- and ground-floor residents in the late morning.
We hope you’ve contacted your roommate(s) about items each of you is bringing to campus. We ask that you limit what you bring as part of the moving process since almost everyone will be sharing rooms. (Please, leave the elliptical machines home; The Capital Center has you covered. Please do not remove any furniture from the residence hall room.)
Make sure that all items are clearly labeled with your full name, residence hall and room number, if you know it. More information on what to bring is in our Orientation Newsletter (PDF).
If you have any more questions about this process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-236-6901.
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