Fall 2021 Move-In Information

Plan to live on campus this fall?

Here's important information you need to know.

  • All new and returning students must be registered for at least 12 credit hours for the fall 2021 semester prior to or on their move-in day to be in compliance with the university housing and residence life policies.
  • You may NOT move into a campus residence hall unless you are in compliance with university policies.

Planning Ahead

 

Bringing Belongings to Campus

​We encourage students and families to consider bringing their student's belongings with them or planning time once on campus to purchase needed items in the local area. If you have questions regarding what items are and are not permitted on campus, please click  here.

Move-In Assistance

If you are a student or guest with mobility challenges and will need assistance with move-in, please contact the Office of Residential and Commuter Life as soon as possible at skeen@marian.edu. 

Move-In Day Schedule: What to Expect

Student move in is August 20th.
Some athletic teams and other groups move to campus early. If you believe you qualify for an early move in date, please contact skeen@marian.edu for more information. Check-in when you arrive to campus with housing to begin moving in and find your next steps.

Move-In Tips and Instructions

To make your move-in experience as smooth as possible, here are some tips and instructions.

  • Do not bring family pets with you.
  • Please be mindful that there is ongoing construction on campus. Detours may be required to arrive at your desired destination. Large vehicles like U-Haul trucks and trailers may be difficult to maneuver on campus.
  • While there is no limit on the size of vehicle students can bring on move-in day, most students bring one carload of belongings with them. 

Need more information about what to bring? Click  here.

Room and Roommate Assignments

New and transfer students will be notified about roommate and room assignments as follows:

  • Applications received before May 1, will assigned before May 31;
  • Applications received before June 1, will be assigned before June 30;
  • Applications received before July 1, will be assigned before July 15;
  • Applications received after July 1, will be assigned on a rolling basis.  

We will email you information that includes your residence hall room number and contact information for your new roommate. We encourage you to reach out to your roommate to get acquainted before you arrive on campus, if possible.

Your housing assignment will be sent to your Marian University email address. Please be sure to check your spam filter or junk mail folder to ensure your housing assignment packet is not improperly filtered into one of these categories.

On-Campus Insurance

Do you want insurance that protects your personal belongings while living on campus? The National Student Services, INC (NSSI) offers renter's and personal property insurance coverage for college students to protect phones, computers, laptops, tablets, TVs, microwaves, and more. Their coverage is recognized at 2,500 colleges and universities, including Marian University. Visit www.nssi.com for information and to review their renter's insurance brochure.

Personalizing Your Living Space

In order to minimize the risk of damage to walls and other surfaces, painters tape and 3M Command™ products are the preferred tools for hanging items in your room. Any damage to the walls or other surfaces of the room will result in a fine. The fine amount will be determined by the type and amount of damage sustained.  

Students are welcome to customize their rooms with art, area rugs, and other personal items.

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On July 1, 2021, Marian University has officially opened a new location on the former campus of Ancilla College in Plymouth, Indiana. In recognition of the shared missions and solely to honor the history of Ancilla College, the new location is named Marian University's Ancilla College.

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