Move- In Day Schedule
9:00AM-12:00PM ---- First Move-In Period
12:00PM-1:00PM ---- Cleaning Period
1:00 PM- 4:00PM ---- Second Move-In Period
Students who are travelling to campus and need to self isolate as per Public Health guidelines will need to do so prior to moving into residence. Residence space cannot be offered to students for this purpose. There is a list of options and resources below that can help you find a place to stay during this time. Students can then make their own decision of the best accommodation option before moving into residence. Students will be required to plan their own activities and make payment directly with the accommodation provider.
Resources with student rates:
Please connect with our Residence Office to let us know that you will be self-quarantining for this time, and to arrange a move to residence after this period.
Any student with a study permit will be provided additional flexibility when finalizing their plans for their move-in. If you are no longer able to come to campus as intended, please let us know.
If your decision is made once you have a contract, please contact email@example.com to request a refund of your residence deposit.
We understand that plans have and will continue to change as we approach the beginning of the term. Therefore, please let us know before move in if you will not be arriving.
If you are arriving from out-of-province, internationally, or are travelling from a significant distance, please complete the Early Move-In Request Form. We can never guarantee that all early-move in requests will be approved. Approval of these requests will be communicated throughout the summer. Early move-in requires these requests to be approved - you will not be granted early-move in unless this approval has been communicated. No early move-in requests for Winter 2022 will be granted. The University is closed over the Winter break and will re-open on January 4th, 2022.
Stay in your residence room and practice physical distancing from your fellow residents as much as possible
While all residents will have a private bedroom for the Fall, residents will share washrooms. If you feel physical distancing cannot be maintained, consider wearing a non-medical face mask or face covering to provide an extra barrier
Limit touching your face, nose, and eyes
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces in your room such as doorknobs and handles
Avoid sharing items such as dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, bedding, towels, etc.
For individuals living with a chronic illness or who are immunocompromised, here are some practical steps to consider taking in preparation of your move to residence:
Discuss any concerns you might have about living in residence with your doctor
You may be eligible for special housing accommodations as a result of a documented disability. To find out more information about accessible housing, please click here
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about getting an emergency supply of any prescription medication
Make sure you always have at least a 30-day supply of prescription medications or supplies on hand in case you need or want to stay in your residence room for several weeks
Keep all regularly scheduled medical appointments and maintain all medications and treatments as usual
Connect with a physician on campus at Campus Wellness to learn more about on campus support or resources available