Fall 2017 Move-In Schedule

Below is the fall 2017-18 residence community opening and move-in schedule by day

Please use this information for planning purposes. Students will also receive a detailed move-in letter, sent to their university email account mid-July. The letter will include recommended arrival time slots to help facilitate a smooth move-in process and manage congestion. Additionally, the “Family Move-In Guide” will arrive approximately August 1 to all residents’ permanent mailing address that will also include pertinent details regarding hall opening and move-in.

August 15
August 16
August 17
  • Turner/Schneider
  • University Park Apts. (UPA)
  • Univerisity Square (USquare)
  • 101 Corry
  • Calhoun Hall
  • Daniels Hall
  • Morgens Hall
  • Campus Park Apts. (CPA)
  • Stetson
  • Campus Rec Center (CRC)
  • Dabney Hall
  • Scioto Hall
  • Siddall Hall
  • Stratford Heights
  • University Edge Apts. (UEdge)   

2017-2018 Freshman/Transfer Housing Application

The general housing application for the upcoming 2017-18  academic year is currently closed for applicants. However, existing applicants are currently in the room selection process. Click the red "view current application" at the top right to access the room selection steps.

We use lottery time slots for the room selection process. Mark your calendar with all the relevant dates and check your university issued email address regularly for important updates!



Early July

Automatic Room Assignments begin. If you have not assigned yourself to a room by this date, you will have a room automatically assigned for you based on remaining availability and the preferences you listed in your housing application.

August 1

Self-Selection and Room Swap CLOSES.


Scioto, Morgens
students in residence hall room

Need Help Finding Your Way?

The UC Shuttle System has a great online application that highlights each route, and shows the real-time location of each shuttle. It is also available as an app for phone or tablet as Double Map Bus Tracker on the App Store or as Double Map GPS on Google Play
Don't forget that NightRide can provide a safe ride to your residence hall or apartment community!

High School Students: Are You Thinking About Attending UC and Living  on Campus?

Why live on campus?

Residence hall communities provide a safe, convenient home-away-from-home, and a low-stress environment that encourages students academically, socially, and personally.

A helping hand can always be found from the staff. Resident advisors (RAs), who are experienced students, know what coming to college is really like. Every hall community also has a full-time resource person, the residence hall director (RHD), who is available to students.

What is there to do?

center of tuc

Residence Hall communities provide a wide variety of programs and events — hundreds every year, in fact. From academic help to intramural sports teams to social activities, there’s always something happening in the halls and throughout campus. Getting there is just a quick stroll.

The highlight of the communities is the wide variety of people to meet and friends to make. Some of these relationships will last a lifetime. Hall communities provide a great opportunity to share with others the common experience of being in college while learning about each other’s varied backgrounds and interests.

Live in the center of it all!

MainStreet Event

Residence Hall communities provide easy access to classes, faculty members, and campus facilities such as the Campus Recreation Center, the library, dining centers, Steger Student Life Center, Tangeman University Center, and others. No bad weather travels or parking delays—walk to everything you need!

We put safety first!

Help Phone

Our Residence Hall communities have all the safety features you’re looking for, including smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and sprinkler systems. The front doors to each hall are locked and residents are responsible for checking in guests and escorting them at all times. Public Safety is an on-campus service, 24/7. They oversee the student-operated Nightride free transportation service, provide crime prevention tips, emergency preparedness information, and much more. There is also a K-9 program which expands the capabilities of the UC Police Department.