Spring 2021 Residence Hall Move-In
Move In Dates
Friday, January 29, 2021, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Only for any resident who did not reside on campus in Fall 2020 (this would be those new to Castleton or returners who studied from home in the fall). You must have completed the quarantine requirements prior to arrival.
Saturday, January 30, 2021, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Only for returning students who did reside on campus for Fall 2020. You must have completed the quarantine requirements prior to arrival.
COVID-19 Arrival Testing Dates
Friday, January 29, 2021, from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 30, 2021, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
All enrolled students are required to have two COVID-19 tests in the first seven days of arrival. For those living on campus, the first test must be completed on your scheduled move-in day, and the second test will be scheduled for seven days later. These tests are conducted on campus free of charge.
Before You Move In
1. Sign the Spartan Pledge (if you haven't already)
2. Register online for COVID-19 Testing
3. Check your room assignment and roommate information
Login to your eRez life account, and click on the "Housing Overview" tab on the left-hand sidebar. This will provide you with your room and roommate information.
Information for Move-In Day
Move-in registration and COVID testing will take place in the Campus Center. Please do not go to your residence hall prior to registration and getting tested.
When you arrive on campus, follow the signs to park in the Campus Center parking lot located behind Babcock Hall.
Testing and Residence Hall Check-In
Students should enter the Campus Center through the door closest to the mailroom, as all others will be locked. Family members and move-in helpers should stay in their vehicles while students check-in. Students must wear a mask and maintain six feet of social distance whenever possible while in the building.
Follow the signs in the Campus Center to each check-in station. All students will be screened for pre-arrival quarantine, tested for COVID-19, receive their residence hall keys and room assignments, and receive their campus ID (new students only).
Residence Hall Move-In
After students have checked in and have been tested, they may now move into their residence hall. Use your campus ID to unlock the outside door and your room key to unlock your suite and room doors. Some building rules for move-in include:
- Follow all signs posted within the residence halls and when entering buildings
- If your building has an elevator only one student may use it at a time
- Masks must be worn in the building at all times
- Family members and move-in helpers should only help carry items to the buildings, but should not enter them. Due to COVID restrictions, this move-in will be drop-off only
Some students may be required to move into pre-quarantine housing on move-in day. If required, the pre-quarantine housing is located in Haskell Hall. Check-in with the Residence Life Staff at the information desk in the Campus Center for your pre-quarantine room assignment and move-in instructions.