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Housing & Residence Life: Important Dates

Spring 2017

Spring Move-In: 9 a.m. Friday, January 6
Students who are financially cleared for move-in may begin moving in at 9 a.m. on Friday, January 6. Class will resume on Monday, January 9.

Resident Assistant Recruitment Begins: Monday, January 9
Students interested in applying for an RA position for the 2017-2018 academic year should begin completing the application process. The RA application is a multi-tiered process that transpires over 2 full months and completes on Saturday, February 25. For more information regarding the RA application process, visit the student recruitment website portion of the Armstrong Housing Website.

Upper Class Theme Community Sign up Deadline: February 3
Students wishing to live in one of the upper class themed communities (Finish Strong, Greek Housing, Global Crossroads, Transfer Strong) should apply by this date for consideration. Students will be assigned on an as available basis. The application for theme communities will be sent to students on Monday, January 9. Keep an eye on your student email.

Same Space Self Selection: January 30 - February 3
Students wishing to renew to their current living space for 2017-2018 academic year should do so during this time period. Students in Windward Commons who wish to renew to Windward Commons, and students in upper class themed communities such as Finish Strong or Greek Housing should contact housing directly as the self-selection option will not be available online for these locations.

Housing Open House: February 5
Come out to take tours of different campus residential areas so you can make an informed decision about your housing for 2017-2018. We'll also be doing early housing sign up for anyone who attends this event as well as a roommate matching social for those looking to fill their apartment with new roommates.

Upperclass Resident Different Space Self-Selection: February 6 - 10
Any residential student with 30 or more earned credit hours at the time of self-selection may select to a different space during this time frame. Reminder: Windward Commons will not be listed as a space selection location. Students wishing to select a room in Windward Commons should contact Housing directly.

First-year Resident Different Space Self-Selection: February 13 - 17
Residential students with fewer than 30 earned credit hours at the time of room selection will be permitted to select a space during this time period. Reminder: Windward Commons will not be listed as a space selection location. Students wishing to select a room in Windward Commons should contact Housing directly.

Spring Break Move-Out (Windward Commons): 9 a.m. March 11 through 9 a.m. March 19
Windward Commons residents wishing to stay during the spring break period should make that intention known to Housing and Residence life no later than Friday, March 3. Direct inquiries to housing@armstrong.edu.

Health and Safety Inspections: March 22 - 29
The first health and safety inspection for spring will take place during this time period. See your individual RA for more details on expectations for health and safety inspections.

Spring Hall Closing Meetings: April 17 - 21
Your RA will be hosting a closing meeting during this time period during which information will be discussed that will help you prepare for end of year move out. Don't miss this important meeting. Contact your RA for more information.

Housing/RSA Block Party: 5 p.m. Thursday, April 20
It's the biggest and best event of the Housing year! Come out and enjoy free food, games, inflatables, a DJ and much more! It's our thank you for being such great residents this year.

Housing Spring Move-Out: 5 p.m. Sunday, May 7
All students not approved for late stay/break stay should be moved out of their residence by this time. Students not moved out by this time may incur fines or penalties on their student account. Questions about move-out should be directed to your area housing office.

May-mester Move-Out: 5 p.m. Saturday, May 27
All students not approved for late stay/break stay between may-mester and summer session must move out by this time. Questions should be directed to the main housing office.

Summer 2017

Housing Summer Move-In (Part of Term 10 and 11): 9 a.m. Friday, June 2
Students taking courses during the first 4-week (part of term 11) and/or 8-week (part of term 10) summer sessions may move in today provided they are financially cleared.

Housing Summer Move-Out (Part of Term 11): 5 p.m. Friday, June 30
Students not enrolled in a Part of Term 12 (2nd 4-weeks) course must be moved out by this date.

Housing Summer Move-In (Part of Term 12): 9 a.m. Friday, June 30
Students enrolling only in Part of Term 12 (2nd 4-weeks) courses may move in today provided they are financially cleared to do so.

Housing Summer Move-Out (Part of Term 11 and 12): 5 p.m. Saturday, July 29
All remaining summer school residents must bemoved out by this time provided they are not approved for a break stay from summer to fall term.

Students with questions about break stays between terms (spring to summer and summer to fall) should contact housing@armstrong.edu with questions.

Fall 2017

Housing Fall Move-In (Windward Commons residents): 9 a.m. Thursday, August 10
All students assigned to Windward Commons may move-in on this day provided they are financially cleared to do so. Students will move in during an assigned time period of either 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. depending on their assigned floor. Check in will take place in the Windward Commons lobby.

Housing Fall Move-In (Apartments Community residents): 9 a.m. Friday, August 11
All students assigned to either Compass Point, University Crossings, or University Terrace may move-in on this day provided they are financially cleared to do so. Check in will take place in the Compass Point Clubhouse.

Cancellation of Registration for Non-Paymet of Fees: Friday, August 18
Students with unsatisfied account balances who have not made special arrangements for payment will have their courses dropped on this date. Contact the Bursar's office for more information on payment options.

Mini-mester Move-In (Part of term 3): 9 a.m. Friday, October 6
Students beginning their courses during the second mini-mester will be permitted to move into their room assignment on this date provided they are financially cleared to do so.

Thanksgiving Break: 9 a.m. Saturday, November 18 - 9 a.m. Sunday, November 26
All residents of Windward Commons who have not applied for a break stay will be required to vacate the residence hall during this break period. Contact housing@armstrong.edu for information on break rates and how to apply.

Housing Fall Move-Out (all terms): 5 p.m. Sunday, December 10
All residents not approved for a winter break stay must move out by this time. Items may remain in rooms, but students must physically leave and turn in their room keys to the area office prior to departure.

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