What to Expect
- Occupancy will be in single rooms for the spring semester
- Suites will be limited to a maximum of 4 residents
- North Hall will be offline for the spring semester
- Apartments in Wolf Ridge and Wolf Village will be assigned based on regular occupancy
- Living Learning Villages will have reduced housing options in the spring. Students already accepted to a Village in the fall, but not assigned to a Village space for the spring, will still have the opportunity to participate in Village programs and activities.
- NC State will more aggressively enforce our Code of Conduct, Community Standards, and state mandates. Anyone found in violation of these standards may be removed from University Housing.
- Student Health Services is currently developing a strategy for on-campus testing. Testing will be available for symptomatic individuals and close contacts through Student Health Services. Surveillance testing for asymptomatic individuals will be continued and will be determined by the rate of community transmission.
Applying for Spring Housing
- Current NC State students who lived in University Housing as of August 20, 2020, simply need to indicate your intent to return by completing the Spring 2021 Housing Request form.
- If you missed the October 1 priority deadline, it’s not too late, you can still complete the intent to return.
- Students not in fall housing or who will be new for the spring semester can apply for Spring-Only housing beginning Oct. 5. The Spring Only housing application will be available in the housing portal through MyPack Portal.
Important Dates and Times
- Spring housing assignments will be released to all student before the end of October.
- Incoming spring first-year students are scheduled for New Student and Family Orientation on January 8, 2021.
- Students assigned to residence halls may begin moving into their assigned rooms beginning Saturday, January 16, 2021. Move-in will be by appointment only.
- Get ready for Winter Welcome Week January TBA, 2021!
- First Day of Classes – Monday, January 19, 2021
University Housing Office Hours
- November 30 – December 23, 2020: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday
- December 24 – January 3: University Closed for Winter Break
- January 4, 2021: Resume normal business hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday
Frequently Asked Questions
How should I pack my things to make moving in easier?
To be certain that your belongings make it to your room safely, please follow these guidelines when packing:
- Pack everything in suitcases or plastic storage bins. Loose items are more likely to get lost and create more trips back and forth. In the event of inclement weather, your belongings will be much safer in a box than on their own!
- Size matters! Remember that, in some cases, you may need to use stairs to move your belongings. You will likely want to avoid bulky or heavy items.
- Be informed! Make sure that you have read the Community Guidelines and know what is and is not allowed in your room. This will save time and effort for everyone.
Where do I go when I arrive on campus to move in?
For the spring semester, students will go directly to the service desk of their assigned residence hall to check-in and obtain their room key.
Where do I park?
Please register your license plate online for temporary unloading. Registering for a loading/unloading permit for Move-In will allow you to park temporarily in residential zones adjacent to University Housing buildings or in reserved unloading zones. Students are allowed a maximum of 45 minutes to unload their vehicles. Several spaces will be reserved for short-term unloading along Cates Avenue near Tucker and Owen Halls and in the Student Services Lot, on Thurman Drive adjacent to Pullen and Harris Halls. Once unloaded, please move your vehicle to your dedicated parking area or to visitor parking areas in the Dan Allen Deck, Coliseum Deck, or West Deck.