As a department and university community, we are proud of the move-in process that we coordinate for our residential students. We have received positive feedback on our move-in week and we will continue to do our best to serve you on the day you arrive. With your help, we can continue our excellent system for getting you settled.
We know that families need to make arrangements for move in days. Below, you will find the dates and times that you can move into your hall and room. More information will be provided (including directions to your hall, and traffic patterns) as we get closer to the fall semester in August.
It is important that all students and families (including returning students) pay close attention to the following details as they will be changed to accommodate construction and other university events. Both move-in schedules and traffic patterns have been designed to accommodate our students in the best way possible.
Fall 2015 move in dates are as follows:
The logistics of the move in process require you to move in on your assigned day/time. We assign move in times based on your location (the further from La Crosse, the later the time to allow for travel). We do this for an efficient move in process and to ensure minimal wait times. Not adhering to the timeframe will cause delays in traffic, both for you and for other students.
Please continue to check your E-Mail for specific instructions on your move in date and time. The chart below indicates your specific hall's move in date and time frame by hall.
Winter and Spring move in dates are negotiated on a case-by-case basis with the Office of Residence Life. Please contact us to set up a time.
Now that you’re packed up and ready to go, you’ll need directions for your journey! Click on these links for general directions to the hall of your choice:
If you are living in Angell Hall this year, due to construction you will need to drive to different locations based on your room in Angell. Check your housing assignment for your room number:
When searching for UWL on a GPS, please DO NOT use the general university address, as this address does not account for our modified traffic patterns. Instead, please navigate to these addresses depending on the hall:
La Crosse and East Avenue N, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
State and 15th Street N, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
Main and 15th Street N, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
Once you are close to campus, representatives from UWL will guide you to your destination as your approach this intersection. Upon arriving to campus, please follow these directions:
Check out this list of suggested items to bring to the Residence Halls:
Below is a link to a list of things that you are NOT permitted to bring to the Residence Halls.
For a detailed listing of furnishings provided in your room, please go to your specific hall page by clicking on the "Residence Halls" tab in the menu.
Here is what what residents used to bring and what they bring now.
Are you or a group looking to assist with helping others move into their dorms. We always love to get help from Students and Student Organizations. If you are interested helping with Move-In, please consider the following questions and then contact Chris Dziekan at email@example.com
The Office of Residence Life at UWL provides bed frames and lofts in almost all rooms on campus at no additional cost. The side posts and rails are made of solid oak and are fully adjustable to provide our residents with flexibility to place their beds at a desired height. As a result, homemade bunking systems are not allowed to be used in our facilities. Bed parts are pre-included in all halls except Reuter; where you can get them with help from your Resident Assistant.
To aid you in your set up, please see the following image and instructional video
Loft setup video: youtube.com/watch?v=GGTPRIMwHWE&feature=youtu.be
Need help connecting to the internet? Check out the following page for instructions on getting online with the campus network.
Many people think that there is some mysterious and inexplicable compatibility magic that makes some roommates work and some not work. In our experience, most problems result because roommates struggle to communicate both their own needs and their concerns about their roommates. Check out these 10 tips for being a good roommate:
The Spring 2015 Move Out Date is:
Other Move Outs: For move outs during any point of the semester, outside of the regularly expected timeframe, please consult with your Hall Director.
The details of your check out procedure will be provided by your Hall Director prior to your check out. Generally, all students will be required to do the following before their check out of their rooms:
Cleaning items and other tools can be checked out at your front desk. If you have questions about this cleaning process, please check with your Hall Director. Please consult the following helpful video guides for more tips on how to have a successful check out:
Note: Not all areas of damage will be listed on this sheet. Uncommon damages and those not listed on this sheet will be reviewed by your Hall Director and the Director of Facilities.