When Can I Check-In?
|Saturday, August 24||9:00 am - 6:00pm|
|Sunday, August 25||9:00 am - 6:00pm|
|Monday, August 26||9:00 am - 6:00pm|
Check-In After 6:00 p.m.
If you arrive after 6:00 p.m. Saturday, August 24 through Monday, August 26 you are able to check-in at your buildings Duty Office until 10:00 p.m. If you have extenuating circumstances that prevent you from checking in by Monday, August 26 you will need to contact your Area Director directly to establish a check-in time.
For your convenience, spaces have been specifically designated as unloading zones. They will have reserved signs marked Unloading Zone for Move-In: 1 Hour Limit. Please help facilitate check-in by using these areas only for unloading and by relocating your vehicle immediately after unloading. The fine for failure to move your vehicle within one hour of parking illegally on grass or sidewalks may range from $30 - $60, depending on towing.
|Unloading Zones in Upperlevel Areas: (subject to change) Saturday, August 24 through Monday, August 26 from 8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Barrett Hall||Spaces on Landrum Drive|
|Bryan Complex||Ten metered spaces and 8 faculty/staff spaces in Dawson Circle. Five resident spaces in the Camm Lot, 20 resident spaces in the Bryan Lot.|
|Chandler Hall/Landrum Hall||Resident spaces on Landrum Drive. Some spaces along Phi Beta Kappa Hall circle (sidewalk side).|
|DuPont Hall||Resident spaces on both sides of Wake Drive|
|Fraternity Houses||Ukrop Drive street parking and William & Mary Hall Lot|
|Hardy Hall||Resident spaces on Landrum Drive. Some spaces along Phi Beta Kappa Hall circle (sidewalk side).|
|Jefferson Hall||Spaces on Landrum Drive|
|Ludwell Apartment||Inside perimeter of Rolfe Road|
|Old Dominion Hall||Ten faculty/staff spaces in Old Dominion Lot and six spaces in the James Blair Lot.|
|Randolph Complex||The bike path in front of Randolph on Ukrop Way|
|Sorority Court||Three faculty/staff and two residents in the drive at Sorority Court. The two resident spaces on the other sides of the court. The one resident space off of Armistead Avenue. No vehicles will be allowed on the brick courtyard.|
Remember: Parking Services will strictly enforce No-Parking zones, which include: sidewalks, walkways or grassy areas. Please help the university maintain the beauty of the campus by parking in designated areas only!
- Your Tribe Card
- Hall Council Dues - dues vary from building to building but averages $25-$30 for programming in the hall. This is an optional fee used for both educational and social programming in the halls. It also is used for the purchase of vacuums,TVs, microwaves, and other hall improvements as determined by the Hall Council.
- Patience. Our staff will do the best they can to check you in quickly; however, circumstances sometimes occur beyond their control that may slow up the process. Remember that many of our check-in days have been fairly hot so a little extra patience could make the day go more smoothly for everyone!
Due to the increase in activity on campus during the three weeks preceding opening, only students who have received prior written approval will be allowed to check-in earlier than Saturday at 9:00am. Requests for early check-in must be submitted to [[living]] by August 1st. If a student requests after August 1st and is approved there will be a late fee assessed.
Requests must have your on-campus address (residence hall and room number) and contact phone number. For those requests that are approved prior to August 1st, there will be a $30 per night charge billed to your student account. Any requests approved after August 1st, there will be a $50 per night charge billed to your student account.
However, because approval is not guaranteed, individuals who need to arrive early may find it beneficial to make arrangements with the Williamsburg Hotel/Motel Association for accommodations (1-800-999-4485) or visit their web site at www.gowilliamsburg.com.
The University is not responsible or liable for any loss or damage to property resulting from fire, theft, casualty or any cause, or for personal injury occurring within the leased premises, except as may be required by Virginia law. It is strongly recommended that personal property insurance be obtained by each student for his or her belongings. Renter's insurance is offered by most major insurance companies; some companies actually offer the option of a rider on a homeowner's policy to cover the belongings of students away at college. We recommend that you contact your current insurance provider or visit these informational websites quotes, guide, reviews, to examine your options.