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Move-in: Last minute resources and reminders

Posted September 16th, 2013 by UHDS News

As you are getting ready to arrive at Oregon State University, we wanted to send you some resources and reminders.

We look forward to helping you move-in Sept. 24-25. Before you arrive we encourage you to watch the welcome video, read our move-in guide, and check MyUHDS for your arrival date and time. If you have additional questions, please email the housing assignments office at housing@oregonstate.edu.  There is a fair amount of construction on our west side of campus with the Austin Hall project and on our east side of campus with the construction of our New Student Residence. Both of these facilities are set to open in Fall 2014. Thank you for your patience, as you find your way to your building, where our staff and our volunteers will be happy to help you unload your car.

After you get settled, we hope you will join us at the New Student Picnic at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in the Memorial Union quad. It’s a great way to meet and mingle with hundreds or your new campus neighbors. Tickets are $7 and can be billed to your OSU dining plan. Use this online reservation form to reserve your ticket.  Additionally, check out the full schedule of events and activities that take place throughout CONNECT at connect.oregonstate.edu.

Have a great rest of your summer and we look forward to seeing you next week!

 

Special notes for south side residents (Bloss, Finley, Halsell and ILLC):

Your mailbox for the year can be seen when you check MyUHDS. In years past mailboxes were tied to room locations but all of our system now has a four digit number for mailboxes. More information on how to address mail to your new address can be found here: http://oregonstate.edu/uhds/service-centers.

We discovered some discrepancies of information around bunks kits for Bloss and Finley Halls on our website. Please know that we do not provide any loft or bunk kit materials for the beds in these buildings. If you want to raise your bed you can purchase bed risers and if you would like to loft your bed you can build your own kit per the specifications we describe here: http://oregonstate.edu/uhds/loft-kits. Sorry for any inconvenience this misinformation caused you.


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