FSL Early Arrival Policy
It is inevitable that a number of students will be required to return to campus before the officially scheduled Fall move-in date of August 24, 2013 for upper division students.
Individuals living in privately-owned fraternity or sorority houses should contact their Housing Corp Boards to coordinate their early arrivals.
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life accommodates requests for early arrival in the University-owned fraternity houses to the extent possible. The standard charge associated with an early arrival is $25 per night from the time a student or a student's belongings occupy the space, with the maximum charge not to exceed $230.
Requests for early arrival should be made with as much lead time as possible so that communication may take place between the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Physical Plant, and all other affected areas. It may not be possible to provide accommodations in cases where fewer than ten (10) business days notice are provided.
If an early arrival is accommodated with short notice, students should bear in mind that the room may not be fully cleaned or prepared to normal standards.
Meals are typically not provided for students who choose to arrive early, although arrangements may be made for students involved programmatically, such as athletes or Turning Titan Staff.
Specific guidelines exist for students who fall into the following broad categories:
Students who reside in summer housing transition to fall spaces in early August in accordance with summer housing guidelines. The early arrival charge for summer residents is incorporated into the summer housing costs.
Students returning to participate in an academic commitment, such as orientation, a musical or theatre rehearsal or event, a student teaching commitment, or any other event that is required to fulfill a curricular expectation are allowed to return the day before the commitment begins.
Students who request an early arrival to begin work on-campus full-time may do so without charge during the full week before the start of classes. Early arrival charges will be waived beginning the day before the work commitment begins, but no earlier than August 18. Students whose campus work begins before August 18, will be incorporated into the summer housing program and assessed the appropriate associated charges.
. Athletes participating in fall sports may arrive as indicated by the coaching staff, typically on the day of or the day before the team's first scheduled practice.
Significant travel distance
. Students who reside more than 450 miles from campus may request an additional day before standard move-in or their first commitment to help accommodate family travel needs. Students who return to campus from outside the United States are allowed to return up to five additional days before standard move-in or their first commitment to help account for international travel itineraries and minimize the effects of jet-lag. Submission of travel itineraries or ticket stubs may be requested so that travel dates can be verified before charges are waived.
Student organization leaders
. With permission from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, leaders of fraternity chapters may arrive on campus beginning August 19. Each individual will be charged the appropriate arrival fee that corresponds to their early arrival.
If you meet one of the above criteria, please click HERE to complete an early arrival request.