Students are expected to check out of their rooms and apartments no later than 24 hours after their last final examination, or no later than 12 p.m. on Friday, May 12. Graduating students and other students participating in Commencement must check out of their rooms and apartments by 12:00 p.m., Saturday, May 13. Checking out includes the removal of all personal belongings and completing a checkout envelope available at your area lobby’s reception desk.
Students who have applied for Summer Session I housing by Monday, May 1 may remain in their spring 2017 housing assignment and then begin moving into their summer assignment on Tuesday, May 16 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. when they must be checked out of their spring housing assignment.
To avoid fines and charges, please checkout properly and follow the required checkout process. Failure to follow the checkout procedures will result in a $100 fine.
For Residential College residents, even though you will not be returning bedroom keys like UV residents as part of the check-out (unless you have temporary Onity cards you are returning) you must complete the checkout envelope and submit it via the drop-off box at the reception desk in the lobby to be considered “checked out” of your room.
If there are room damages or other charges indicated on the Facility Control Form-FCF, your checkout receipt will be mailed upon request to your forwarding address within two weeks.
Penalties will be enforced if students do not vacate their respective residential college or apartment area by the designated times. Students remaining for summer school who have signed-up for summer housing by May 1 can remain in their spring assignments until the moveover day at no additional charge. After May 1, there is an additional charge of $100.
All students are required to leave their residences in a clean and orderly condition, and follow the proper checkout procedures set forth by the Department of Housing and Residential Life Office. HRL does not provide storage for student belongings, and there are multiple options for students to select from when considering how to store or move their belongings out of the residential areas. Goodwill Industries South Florida will place donation collection trailers outside of each residential area and will accept donations from April 29 - May 15 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Residents should not leave items at the dropoff locations outside of this timeframe.