Move-In Day

  • Check-In and Move-In Information - Spring 2015

    Move-In DayAre you moving in to a residence hall for the first time as a new student at Dean College or are you moving in as a returning student? Or are you a new or returning commuter student looking for more information on how to check-in? This page answers all questions on scheduling and the time frame for check-in and move-in for Spring 2015. Not sure how to get where you're going? Click here for directions to different parts of the Dean College campus.

    New Student Check-In

    Monday, January 19th: 9am-10am

    Check-In for ALL New Students is schedule from 9am to 10am in the Campus Center. Students will need to be cleared prior to moving into their assigned residence halls or participating in New Student Orientation. The orientation program starts at 11:15am in the Campus Center for both students and families.

    Returning Resident Student Check-In

    Monday, January 19th: 1pm - 4pm

    Returning Resident students who have NOT been cleared for Direct Check-In must go to the Campus Center to Check-In. Once the student is cleared for check in they will receive their key from the Office of Residence Life in the Campus Center.

    Returning Resident students who have been CLEARED for Direct Check-In pick up their keys in their residence halls

    ALL STUDENTS arriving between 4pm-5pm must check in at the Campus Center.

    Any student arriving to Check-In after 5pm on Monday, January 19th must be CLEARED and go to Public Safety in order to receive a key, and attend classes on Tuesday, January 20th.

    Returning Commuter Student Check-In

    Monday, January 19th: 1pm – 4pm OR Tuesday, January 20th

    Returning Commuter students who have NOT been cleared for Direct Check-In must go to the Campus Center to Check-In on Monday, January 19th between 1pm and 4pm.

    Returning Commuter students who have been CLEARED for Direct Check-In may go directly to their first class on Tuesday, January 20th.

    If you have further questions, you can contact the offices listed on the right for more information. You will also find a recommended list of what to bring on the right as well. See you around campus!

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  • Helpful Contact Information

    Office of Residence Life
    (508) 541-1838

    Center for Student Administrative Services (CSAS)
    (508) 541-1518

    Health Services
    (508) 541-1600

    Robbins Family Center for Advising & Career Planning
    (508) 541-1536

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