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Move-In Day

Welcome To Your New Home

getting your COVID TEST

Students will need a negative PCR test taken on campus at or within 48 hours of your move-in day. The University is not accepting external records. Nasal testing is available, Monday through Friday, 8am-12pm & 1-4pm at the Carepod beginning Monday, Sept 6th. Saliva testing is available 8am-4pm, Monday through Friday and 9am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday beginning Monday, August 30th. To learn more visit https://www.du.edu/coronavirus

Residence hall staff and students will be available to help you with anything you need on move-in day.

Checking Into Your Building on Move-In Day

In the fall we use a staggered check-in schedule. First-year and transfer students assigned will be able to select a 30 minute arrival appointment.  If you arrive before your designated check-in time, you'll be asked to wait, so please make arrangements accordingly.

 

 

Information on this page regarding parking, foot traffic flow, etc., will be published as there are any updates.

campus Parking on move-in day

For larger & more detailed parking maps please visit the Parking Services Website.

Centennial Halls

Parking for Centennial Halls and Towers

For those students who are moving into Centennial Halls, we recommend that they park in Lot 103 to unload. 

We allow 30 minutes to park, unload your vehicle and check-in.

After unloading, please help your neighbor by moving your vehicle to either Lot 108 or Lot L for long-term parking and to make room for others to come into Lot 103 and unload.

Every 15 minutes a shuttle will pull into Lot 108 for passenger pickup and bring people back to the main campus.

Parking Lot Entrances:

  • Enter Lot 103 from High Street
  • Enter Lot 108 from Buchtel Boulevard
  • Enter Lot L from Asbury Avenue, at Gaylord Street

Johnson-McFarlane (JMAC)

Parking for Johnson-McFarlane

For those students who are moving into JMAC, we recommend they park in Lost 110, H2 or N (in yellow) to unload.

We allow 30 minutes to unload your vehicle and check-in.

After unloading, please help your neighbors by moving your vehicle to either Lot E or Lot P for long-term parking and to make room for others to come into Lot 110, H2 or N and unload.

Every 15 minutes a shuttle will pull into Lot P for passenger pickup and bring people back to the main campus.

Parking Lot Entrances:

  • Enter Lot H2 from Iliff Avenue
  • Enter Lot N (underground) from High Street
  • Enter Lot 110 from Race Street
  • Enter Lot # from High Street
  • Enter Lot P from Wesley Avenue

Information about where to park for students moving into Dimond Family Residential Village will be updated on this page over the summer.

Check-in Paperwork

You'll need to log in to PioneerWeb (the same place where you found your roommate information) and complete the Room Inventory Form. When you check out at the end of the year, this form will be instrumental in billing for damages. This form is provided for your protection from improper charges; so it's important to fill it out carefully and thoroughly.

Discoveries New Student Orientation

Discoveries is DU's week-long orientation program for new students. You'll be placed in a group of new students led by a current student. You'll take part in seminars, training sessions and social activities that will help you understand both academics and the social possibilities here at DU. Visit the Discoveries website for more details.

Five Things to Do After You Check In

  1. Get settled in your room.
  2. Meet your Resident Assistant (RA).
  3. Meet other students on your floor.
  4. Complete your Room Inventory Form.
  5. Read the Discoveries information packet that you get when you check in.
  6. Fill out your Roommate Agreement (for more information, see Living With a Roommate).
  7. Read the Guide to Residence Living (located here).