When is move-in?

Fall 2021

August 28-29: New student housing move-in (by appointment)

Winter 2022

January 5: New/International Student housing move-in
January 9: Returning Student housing move-in

Move-In Signup

We have created a signup list with two hours per signup time. If arriving at a specific time or day is important to you, please sign up as soon as possible. Once the signup times have been filled, we will not allow any other students to arrive during that time, it is strictly a first come first serve process. If you are unable to attend during the available move-in times, you will need to arrange with the building supervisor RLC (contact is listed below).

Please log on to ccshousing.roomchoice.com to ensure you know which building you are living in so that you sign up for the correct one. If you are unsure, please reach out and ask. Once you know for sure the building you are living in, please click on the links below for either the ACB or the TC.

Art Center Building Move-in Signup

RLC Contact:

Loading Zone: The circle in front of the ACB building.

-In the ACB, once you sign up for a time slot, your RA will reach out to you closer to move in to coordinate getting your move-in materials to you. They will be able to answer questions and ensure things have been signed appropriately.

Sign Up

Taubman Center Building Move-in Signup

RLC Contact:

Loading Zone: Side entrance closest to Woodward

-TC goes to the security office to gather the key (which is also your student ID) and you will use the C elevators to access the housing floors. The freight elevator will not be available for move-in.

Sign Up

Important Tips for Move-in

  • Bring essentials for school and small comforts. You will want to bring things to campus that can be packed in 72 hours into a readily available car. We want to be sure CCS housing students are prepared in case a second wave of Covid hits. Futons and large TVs are discouraged.
  • When you arrive, please unload your car to the curb as soon as possible, so that you can move your car into the parking structure. From there, you can bring your items into the building.
  • Considering family work schedules, if you are able to sign up during a weekday, it would be kind to leave the weekend spaces available to those who can't take work off.
  • Carts are extremely limited. If you are able to bring your own carts/dollies it would be greatly appreciated.
  • Try to coordinate with your roommates to sign up for different times so families are not moving in together. This can help with social distancing.
  • Please stick closely with your move-in time as we have a lot of students to get moved in safely. If you are unable to attend/be late you will need to coordinate with your RLC as soon as you know.

First-Year Students

In order to expedite move-in and keep it as safe as possible, we ask that first-year students fill out an additional form to submit a headshot photo for the school year. This will be put onto your CCS ID cards. A Jpeg will be fine for this process. ONLY first-year students need to fill out this form. Returning students will have their picture from last year.

First-Year Student Form

What to Bring

Residents may wish to discuss bringing some of the larger/more expensive items on the list with suitemates so they do not end up with multiple items.

  • Linens:
    standard size twin sheets, blankets, pillow, comforter, mattress pad, towels, bath mat
  • Electronics:
    Entertainment systems, radio/stereo, alarm clock, computer, power strips/surge protectors (for all electronic equipment
  • Kitchen Supplies:
    Art Center Building – Talk with your suitemates before you bring these items. Pots & pans, silverware and utensils, dishes, glassware, storage containers, cutting board, towels, microwave, toaster and food.
    Taubman Center – some dishes if you plan on eating in your room. You may also want to bring a coffee pot, crock pot and rice cooker. George Foreman type grills, toasters, toaster ovens, hot plates, pizza ovens or any other items that have open coils are not allowed. If you have questions on whether something is allowed, please ask. Items not allowed will be confiscated.
  • Cleaning Supplies:
    Mop, broom, sponges, bucket, cleaning solutions, VACUUM, plunger, toilet brush and laundry supplies. You will need these to prepare for the monthly suite inspections.
  • Miscellaneous:
    Shelving units, trunk with a lock, fan, first-aid kit, flashlight, iron/board, laundry basket, lamps (no halogen bulbs allowed), desk, easel or drafting table and chair, shower organizer, shower curtain (plain white liner and rings are provided), toiletries, toilet paper, small personal refrigerator (Taubman), hangers.

What's Provided?

Art Center Building furnishings include:

  • 1 twin (single) bed per student
  • 4 drawers per student
  • 1 armoir or closet space per student
  • 1 customizable couche
  • 1 coffee table
  • 3 bar stools for rooms large enough to need
  • Wall-to-wall carpeting
  • Full-size refrigerator
  • Electric stove

Taubman Center furnishings include:

  • 1 twin (single) bed per student
  • Under-bed storage unit (which includes flat file storage!) or a dresser per student
  • 1 wardrobe or closet per student
  • 1 sofa per unit
  • 1 coffee table per unit
  • Wall to wall carpet

What NOT to Bring

  • Pets (other than fish - maximum 10 gallon tank)
  • Weapons
  • Drugs & drug paraphernalia
  • Hookahs & water pipes
  • Alcohol (CCS is a dry campus and alcohol is not allowed regardless of age or residence location)
  • Water beds
  • Nails, screws, drills or anything that will put holes in the walls
  • FIRE HAZARDS such as halogen lamps, candles, incense or open flame devices
  • Some kitchen items in the Taubman Center, please see above for more details
  • Air conditioning units

Please note: these items will be confiscated and not returned.

CCS can take no responsibility for students personal property. If you do not have insurance through your own and/or your parents' homeowners policy, the Office of Student Affairs can provide information about other programs. We also suggest keeping a list of valuables and their identification numbers in a safe place.