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Move-in day starts at 8 am on Thursday, August 21, 2014. Once you have moved into your room, parked and taken a minute to catch your breath, you should go to the Mound Street Plaza to pick up your Orientation Packet. Please make sure that you have moved into your room no later than 2 pm so you can participate in the Opening Ceremony at 3 pm.
Detailed move in information will be mailed out the first week of August. If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-236-6901.
Download the move-in day letter (PDF)
Download the move-in map (PDF)
Please remember families and guests are encouraged to participate with their student throughout the day’s activities. To help us keep things organized please label all items with your first and last names, and residence hall and room number. Since parking is very limited, we ask that you refrain from bringing your items in a trailer.
Volunteers who are helping you move in will be careful, but they cannot be responsible for lost or damaged items. If it makes you more comfortable, feel free to carry things like laptops and TVs yourself.
Cotterman Hall: Turn onto College Avenue off of Main Street, toward Astor Avenue. Take a left onto Astor Avenue toward Pleasant Ridge. Take a left at the stop sign onto Pleasant Ridge. Enter the Cotterman Hall parking lot from the Pleasant Ridge Avenue entrance following directions from Astor Avenue.
Saylor-Ackermann Hall: Take Pleasant Ridge Avenue from Main Street and turn right onto Mound Street. The Saylor-Ackermann entrance will be on your right.
Lohman Complex (S.S.): Take Pleasant Ridge Avenue from Main Street and then turn right onto Mound Street. The Lohman Complex entrance will be on your left.
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