Move-In Day: August 18, 2019
First Year Students
Residence Hall Move-In Day for first year and transfer students with less than 30 hours is Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 8:00 am – 12:00 noon. You must claim your space by checking in by 12:00 noon on Sunday, August 18.
- If your housing assignment is McCraray Hall, please check-in at McCraray Hall Lobby.
- If your assignment is Commonwealth Hall or Culbertson Hall, please check-in at Commonwealth Hall Lobby.
- If your assignment Henson Hall or Martha Randolph Hall, please check-in at the Henson Hall Lobby.
Residence hall Move-In Day for Upperclass students and transfers with more than 30 hours is Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm.
- If your assignment is McCraray Hall, please check-in at the McCraray Hall Lobby.
- If your assignment is Commonwealth Hall or Culbertson Hall, please check-in at Commonwealth Hall Lobby
- If your assignment is Henson Hall, Thompson Hall, Asbury Hall, or Martha Randolph Hall, please check-in at the Henson Hall Lobby
**Students involved in fall athletics (Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Tennis, Golf) will receive move-in guidance from their coach. Students requesting an early move-in date should make the request in writing to the Dean of Students & Chief Housing Officer. Requests can be sent via email to Josh Justice at email@example.com. The fee for early check-in is $20 per night and is charged to a student’s account after move-in.
In order to provide a smooth move-in experience for all students, students and their families should follow the directions of Campus Police when arriving on campus for Move-In Day. Students and families should unload belongings and then move vehicles to appropriate parking areas at Greear Gymnasium for visitor vehicles and to the appropriate designated parking area for student vehicles. For more information, please review the Parking Rules & Regulations found online.
What Should I Bring?
Students should review the 2019-20 Guide to Campus Living as well as the Housing Agreement for a full listing of housing policies and procedures, as well as approved and prohibited items.
The 2018-19 Guide to Campus Living is a residence life handbook that includes important housing policies, procedures, and general information. This guide is a supplement to the binding housing agreement, which a student signs and agrees to when applying for campus housing.
The following are some often overlooked basic necessities, as well as optional items, that you should consider as you prepare for living in campus housing. Be sure to check with your roommate(s) to avoid duplication of some items. Things to consider include:
Raincoat/umbrella Jacket/sweater Clothes hangers Toiletries Season-appropriate clothing Sheets (twin-long)
Blanket(s) & pillow Alarm Clock Cleaning supplies Refrigerator Small Fan Telephone/answering machine
Storage containers Television Computer Microwave
The following appliance items are allowed in each residence hall room. Please note specifications for some items. Should you have questions about items not listed, please consult the Prohibited Items section (in the Housing Agreement or in this brochure) or contact the Office of Housing & Residence Life.
Coffee Pot Iron Ceramic Heater Lamp Floor Fan Radio
Vacuum Cleaner Stereo Electric Razor Clock Television Crockpot
Hair Dryer Toasters Refrigerator* Small Microwave* Popcorn Popper without open coils
Power strip with reset button (no extension cords)
*Refrigerators may not exceed four (4) cubic feet, and microwaves may not exceed 800 watts. All microwaves and refrigerators must be plugged into power strips with both surge protection and reset buttons.
The College reserves the right to prohibit certain possessions in campus housing facilities. The following items are prohibited. Other items may be prohibited at the discretion of the Director of Residence Life.
Candles/incense Gas/charcoal/George Foreman grills Pets other than fish Sandwich/quesadilla/similar grills
Exterior radio aerials Toaster ovens Wireless routers ‘Octopus’ plugs or any plug containing multiple outlets
Halogen/lava/black lamps Extension cords (only power strips with reset buttons are acceptable) Heaters with open coils Hot plates
Kegs of beer, empty alcohol bottles/cans or other alcohol paraphernalia Holiday lights Nerf/Water guns
Window air conditioners and other fans/units that install into window Windowless air conditioner units Bed risers/blocks Hoverboards Illegal drugs/narcotics including any drug-related apparatus (bongs, water pipes, roach clips, etc.) Bikes not permitted inside
Weaponry, including hunting bows/rifles* Fireworks/Combustibles*
* FIREARMS & WEAPONS The possession, storage, or use of any kind of weapons including but not limited to: firearms, air rifles or air pistols, BB guns, brass knuckles, ammunition, firecrackers or fireworks, nunchakus, gasoline, explosives or other combustible materials, and knives with a blade longer than four inches, other than ones used as kitchen tools is prohibited. Please consult the Campus Police Department for additional information.
* FIREWORKS & COMBUSTIBLES The possession, storage or use of fireworks and/or combustibles including but not limited to any kind of ammunition, firecrackers or fireworks, gasoline, or any other explosives or combustible materials are not permitted.
Dining And Lodging
Asia Cafe 276-679-1502
China Garden 276-679-5201
Dari Barn 276-328-6449
Huddle House 276-679-6526
Mi Finca (Mexican) 276-679-3330
Monterrey’s (Mexican) 276-679-5850
Prime Sirloin 276-679-0673
Roma’s (Italian) 276-328-3714
Romano’s (Italian) 276-679-1889
Yamato’s (Japanese) 276-679-0441