Fall 2021: The Two-Stage Arrival Process

To facilitate a family-friendly and efficient Fall Move-in process, Housing and Residence Life is once again implementing a two stage move-in process.

HRL emailed detailed instructions to your iSpartan email account on July 7, along with a link to sign up for a specific date and time slot for Stage 1.

STAGE 1: Stop, Drop, and Roll

July 19-August 1: You will move ALL of your belongings into your room, but you WILL NOT stay on campus.

See details for the Stop, Drop and Roll Process

STAGE 2: Stay, Live, and Learn

August 11-15: You will return to campus (prior to the start of fall 2021 classes) and you WILL stay on campus.

See details for the Stay, Live, and Learn Process


Covid Testing and Covid Vaccination before Fall Move-In
Before you return to campus for the Fall 2021 semester, please familiarize yourself with the steps you need to take prior to your arrival from August 11-16, 2021. This process is different depending upon whether you are or are not vaccinated, so please be sure you understand the difference.

Covid Testing and Covid vaccination prior to Move-In

UNCG is pleased to offer an incentive for every student who completes their COVID-19 vaccination through any approved vaccination site (on-campus or off-campus). Vaccinations protect the health and well-being of every student and our campus community.

See details for the “Got the Shot” Incentive


Important Dates for Move-In
Please be aware that the following halls are part of Stop, Drop & Roll on ALL dates: Cone, Grogan, Guilford, Mary Foust, Moore-Strong, North & South Spencer, Phillips-Hawkins, The Quad, Ragsdale-Mendenhall, Reynolds, Spring Garden Apartments. Additional halls will open on the dates indicated for the Stop, Drop and Roll Process (with the date highlighted in blue.

We strongly recommend you take advantage of Stop, Drop, and Roll if you are able to do so, as there will be limited parking in and around the halls during general move-in beginning on August 11.

Move-In Snapshot

Additional
Move-In Information

Returning to Campus
The parking areas that were open during Stop, Drop, and Roll are no longer available. All residents and guests returning to campus must follow all parking regulations, and may only stop, unload, and/or park in approved locations Residents with valid 2021-2022 UNCG Parking permits may park in those designated areas according to your permit. Please contact the Parking Operations and Campus Access Management office with any questions.
KEYS:
For those who have not yet picked up their keys, they will be available in your hall beginning on Wednesday, August 11 at 8 a.m.
  • Keys will only be issued to students who have provided proof of vaccination or a current negative Covid test.
For those who already have their keys:
  • You may only park or stop in approved university parking locations. The locations reserved for Stop, Drop, and Roll are no longer an option.
  • If you are being dropped off, please identify a parking lot close to your hall and exit the vehicle quickly. Do not park where you do not have a valid permit.
  • For those who need to park, you may park in open Parking Decks for an hourly fee (McIver deck is free on August 11th only).
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!
For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu. See details for the Stay, Live, and Learn Process >
We understand that in some cases arrival times need to be adjusted. If you find that you need to arrive earlier or later than the designated move-in window of time allows, we ask that you take certain steps. This is important for HRL staff and preparations that need to be made.

Students may choose to move in on August 6, 9, or 10, but move-in staff will not be available to assist with their belongings.


Early Arrivals
The "Fall 2021 Early Arrival Form” located in ARTEMIS. Early arrival charges are as follows and will be placed on your student account in September, 2021:
  • Friday, August 6, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., for an additional $100
  • Monday, August 9, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., for an additional $50
  • Tuesday, August 10, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., for an additional $50
Early arrivals must come to the Office of Housing and Residence Life in Ragsdale/Mendenhall between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to check-in and receive keys. There will be no check-in on the weekend (Saturday, August 7 & Sunday, August 8), so please plan accordingly.


Late Arrivals
If you are planning to arrive after 5 p.m. on August 16, you will be considered a late arrival. You must send an email to hrl@uncg.edu to hold your assignment after the check-in deadline, otherwise your housing assignment could be changed or canceled per the housing contract.
It’s easy to find all housing assignment information. Simply click on the Artemis logo (right) to get to the application’s login screen. Once in Artemis:
  • Login using your iSpartan username and password
  • Click on “Housing Assignment” at the bottom of the page to see if an assignment has been made for you or to see who has been assigned as your roommate. You will also find your roommate's email address.
Log in to Artemis to find housing assignment information
Students will now be able to make changes to their meal plans after June 18 via their UNCGenie accounts. Here's how:
  • Go to UNCGenie
  • Click on "Personal Information"
  • Click on "Add/Change Fall/Spring Meal Plan" (scroll down to find it)
  • Follow the instrucutions to make a change

Please note: all students are considered commuter students until housing and meal plan charges are posted on student accounts in late June/early July.
Before you arrive on campus, you can get your supplies prepared. You can use the “What to Bring/What Not to Bring” lists as a packing guide.

IMPORTANT NOTES for Fall 2021 Move-In, Stage 1: Stop, Drop, and Roll Process:

Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester for Stop, Drop and Roll, and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small, last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.

Because this is a unique Move-In situation, be sure to bring these additional items for Fall 2021:
  • Students living in apartments and suites should bring their own cleaning supplies.
  • No perishable items should come to campus with you during Stop, Drop and Roll, as you won’t remain on campus.
  • All students should bring face coverings before leaving home for UNCG's Move-In Process.
  • Before you leave for campus at either stage of the Move-In Process, please check for symptoms of COVID-19 using the CDC’s Self Checker. Anyone exhibiting symptom(s) should not come to campus and should consult their health care provider.

What to Bring/What Not to Bring >
You might also want to check out the Residence Hall Linens program. This program provides a convenient, affordable way to ensure you have sheets and bedding that will fit the extra-long mattresses in our residence halls. The Residence Hall Linens program has all your campus living needs, from extra-long twin sheets and comforters to matching towels and storage items. Proceeds from this program go directly back to Alternative Spring Break* and are used to help defray the costs of volunteer service efforts.

Residence Hall Linens Program

*UNCG’s Alternative Spring Break trips are designed to provide an educational experience to a group of participants and are designed to link the Triad and North Carolina to the world through service. UNCG has sent volunteers to various destinations within the United States to provide service, to become educated on social issues affecting communities and to have LOTS of fun during spring break.


MicroFridge units are now available for UNCG students to rent or purchase through Standards for Living (http://standardsforliving.com/school-info/unc-greensboro). To place your order, visit their website or call the Order Processing Center (1-800-525-7307), Monday – Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The MicroFridge program is sponsored by the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and all proceeds are used for student programming.

Rent a MicroFridge
UNCG is not currently responsible for the loss of personal property in the residence halls. But this year, students have the option to cover the unexpected loss of their personal property due to unforeseen circumstances. Find out more about Student Personal Property Insurance and everything that is covered.

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The Fall 2021 Move-In Guide will be available beginning June 1, 2021. Please check back!

Spring 2021 Move-In

It will take all of us working together to keep our campus community safe and healthy. The primary way COVID-19 spreads is through person-to-person contact, so our best hope of preventing its spread is by changing the way we behave. UNCG expects students to show care for their friends, peers, colleagues, and neighbors. This means following some very important guidelines every day — Wear, Wait, Wash.

Wear, wait, wash.

Students are required to wear a face covering in most situations on campus (indoors, outdoors when physical distancing can’t be maintained), to wash their hands often and properly, and to practice physical distancing (6 feet) wherever possible (in lines, at activities, in social situations). Before you leave for campus at either stage of this process, please check for symptoms of COVID-19 using the CDC’s Self Checker. Anyone exhibiting symptom(s) should not come to campus and should consult their health care provider.

Please choose the set of instructions that applies to your situation from the two choices below:

 

1) Residents who lived on campus in Fall 2020

Residents will be able to return to their hall and room beginning Sunday, January 17, 2021. Only residents will be allowed in the halls at that time. Like Fall 2020 check in, every effort should be made to limit the number of items that you bring with you.

There will be no reservation or time slot required for residents who lived on campus in Fall 2020 when they return to the halls in January.

 

2) New Residents who did NOT live on campus in Fall 2020

New residents will follow a procedure very similar to one that we used in Fall 2020 Move-In, in order to maximize the safety of students and their families as residents move into the residence halls. Outlined below is a look at that process, so you can begin to make plans to come to campus. Move-In will occur in two stages.


  • In Stage 1, you will safely move ALL of your belongings into your room, but you WILL NOT stay on campus.
  • In Stage 2, you will return to campus (prior to the start of spring classes) and you WILL live in your new space.

 

STAGE 1: Stop, Drop, and Roll

 
The first step is Stop, Drop, and Roll. At this stage, you will only be able to drop off items and set up your room for the fall semester during your assigned time period, but you will not occupy your room during this time. Stop, Drop, and Roll will take place Thursday, January 7 – Saturday, January 9, 2021. You will receive an email with more detailed instructions and a link to sign up for a specific date and time slot for this stage of Move-In.

STOP - Packing, Planning, and Personal Safety

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • FACE COVERINGS: For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Move-In process.
  • PARKING PERMIT: For any vehicle that will be parked in the loading areas, you must print and place this Parking Permit on your dashboard, on the driver's side. Be sure to add your personal info. Also to ensure that we can contact you if there is a problem with your vehicle, please complete the short "Car Tag and Contact Form." (If you have issues with the form, please follow these instructions.) Failure to do so will result in your delay at the check in desk as you will need to wait until we have checked in students with registered vehicles. The parking permit can only be used at your assigned date and time, between Thursday, January 7 – Saturday, January 9, 2021. This cannot be used during Stage 2: Stay, Live, and Learn, from January 17-18, 2021.
  • Have conversations with your roommate(s) prior to arrival, to minimize purchasing or bringing duplicate items.
  • To maximize physical distancing (6 feet) during this process, roommates may not check in on the same date. You should coordinate your time slot reservations together to find times that work best for each of you. All freshmen will have UNCG iSpartan email addresses of their roommate(s) and HRL will monitor conflicts to keep you from signing up for the same time slot as your roommate(s) during this process.
  • Please limit the amount of belongings that you bring to campus. We must be adaptable and prepared for any curveballs COVID-19 throws our way. That means being ready for the possibility that residents may need to remove belongings quickly during the fall semester.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • A small number of parking spaces will be available near each residence hall during the move-in period to allow residents easier access to the hall. It is imperative that these spaces are only used during your assigned time slot.
  • Please be patient and prepared for this stage to take longer than usual. The process is new in every way -- from traffic flow, to elevator use, to the check-in processes. We know there will be challenges as we go, and ask for your help as a member of our community by coming to campus with a little extra patience and understanding for our team and your fellow parents and students.

DROP - Check In and Move In

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small, last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • All residents will receive their room key when they arrive. New students will receive their UNCG ID card as well, which will allow them to access their assigned hall when they return for Stage 2. Returning students should already have their Spartan ID and should bring it with them when they arrive to campus. Residents will not need to check in again when they return to campus prior to classes < see Stay, Live, Learn, below. >
  • Residents should bring their own handtrucks, carts, and other assistive devices to aid in the move-in process, if possible.
  • A limited number of carts will be available, and can be checked out during this time.

ROLL - Leaving the Residence Hall

  • You will not occupy your room at this time. You will return to campus and stay in your residence hall in Stage 2. New Students attending SOAR on Friday, January 15, may return to campus on Thursday, January 14 or Friday, January 15. < See Stay, Live, Learn, below>
  • Please pay attention to the clock as you unload your belongings and move into your room. In order to provide the safest experience for everyone, we ask that you adhere to the time slot you have been assigned.
  • Once your assigned time period has ended, you will need to leave the residence hall. No one may spend the night in any residence hall during Stage 1.
  • Please proceed directly to your parking space and leave the parking lot as quickly as possible. Residents in the subsequent time slot will need to park in those spaces.

Safety Procedures

Your safety is of the utmost importance to us during Stop, Drop and Roll. We are committed to providing the safest means of getting all residents and their guests through this process. You will see:
  • Everyone wearing a face covering. This is vital to helping stop the spread of COVID-19 on our campus.
  • Safe usage guidelines including physical distancing of 6 feet, and occupancy limits for all common areas, lounges, lobbies, game rooms, parlors, and other gathering spaces.
  • Distancing discs on the floors to indicate where to stand if lines are required.
  • Increased cleaning and disinfection of common “high touch” areas (including elevator buttons, exterior door handles, and restrooms) throughout each day and time slot.
  • The ideal furniture organization for each room to allow for maximum physical distancing. We ask you not to move any furniture as spaces have been carefully reconfigured to achieve our physical distancing goals.
  • Hand sanitizing stations at entrances/exits of residence hall buildings.
 

STAGE 2: Stay, Live, and Learn

 
Stage 2 is NOT another move-in period. All of your belongings should be in your room already. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot in Stage 1, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.

New Residents for Spring 2021
On Thursday, January 14 or Friday January 15, ONLY NEW freshmen and transfer students attending the Friday, January 15, SOAR session will return to campus, head to their rooms, and prepare for classes as they get acclimated to their new campus home.

All other new residents may return to campus on Sunday, January 17, head to their rooms, and prepare for classes as they get acclimated to their new campus home.

Classes begin on Tuesday, January 19.

  • New Freshman and Transfer residents can begin to return to campus and access their halls at 8 a.m. on Thursday, January 14.
  • All other New Spring 2021 Residents can begin to return to campus and access their halls at 8 a.m. on Sunday, January 17.
  • Students will use their Spartan Card to access the building and the key they picked up during “Stop, Drop, and Roll” to enter their rooms.
  • There are no restrictions on residents coming and going to and from the halls at the current time.
  • Finally, THERE ARE NO SCHEDULED TIMES FOR STUDENTS TO RETURN.


Important Notes:

  • Remember, ONLY RESIDENTS MAY ENTER THE HALLS. You may have people assist you to bring items close to the access doors, but they are not allowed to enter the hall. If you have a big item to move, please bring your own hand truck. Residents will need to bring in any extra items unassisted. Visitors (parents, siblings, guests) will not be permitted into the residence halls with you.
  • HOUSING WILL NOT HAVE SPARTAN CARDS. If you do not have a Spartan Card, you will need to go to the Spartan Card Center in Moran Commons between 9 a.m.and 4 p.m. The hall entry access system will be in full operation 24/7 when you return, so no Spartan Card equals no access to your hall. Please plan your arrival accordingly.
  • Parking near the halls will not be reserved like it was for Stop, Drop, and Roll. Parking regulations will be enforced around the halls. You must have a valid permit for any parking on campus except for metered spaces where you can use quarters or the UNCG Park Mobile App
  • Remember that face coverings that meet CDC guidelines will be required in most places on campus. We encourage you to bring your own supply of your preferred style of face coverings. The University also will provide a small supply of disposable masks for students who would like them once you arrive on campus to begin classes.
Please check your iSpartan email (@uncg.edu) on a regular basis for important updates.
Additional Move-In Information for New Residents
It’s easy to find all housing assignment information. Simply click on the Artemis logo (right) to get to the application’s login screen. Once in Artemis:
  • Login using your iSpartan username and password
  • Click on “Housing Assignment” at the bottom of the page to see if an assignment has been made for you or to see who has been assigned as your roommate. You will also find your roommate's email address.
Log in to Artemis to find housing assignment information
Students will now be able to make changes to their meal plans via their UNCGenie accounts. Here's how:
  • Go to UNCGenie
  • Click on "Personal Information"
  • Click on "Add/Change Fall/Spring Meal Plan" (scroll down to find it)
  • Follow the instrcutions to make a change
Before you arrive on campus, you can get your supplies prepared. You can use the “What to Bring/What Not to Bring” lists as a packing guide.

IMPORTANT NOTES for Spring 2021 Move-In, Stage 1: Stop, Drop, and Roll Process:

Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester for Stop, Drop and Roll, and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small, last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.

Because this is a unique Move-In situation, be sure to bring these additional items for Spring 2021:
  • Students living in apartments and suites should bring their own cleaning supplies.
  • No perishable items should come to campus with you during Stop, Drop and Roll, as you won’t remain on campus.
  • All students should bring thermometers to campus.
  • All students should bring face coverings before leaving home for UNCG's Move-In Process.
  • Before you leave for campus at either stage of the Move-In Process, please check for symptoms of COVID-19 using the CDC’s Self Checker.Anyone exhibiting symptom(s) should not come to campus and should consult their health care provider.

What to Bring/What Not to Bring >
You might also want to check out the Residence Hall Linens program. This program provides a convenient, affordable way to ensure you have sheets and bedding that will fit the extra-long mattresses in our residence halls. The Residence Hall Linens program has all your campus living needs, from extra-long twin sheets and comforters to matching towels and storage items. Proceeds from this program go directly back to Alternative Spring Break* and are used to help defray the costs of volunteer service efforts.

Residence Hall Linens Program

*UNCG’s Alternative Spring Break trips are designed to provide an educational experience to a group of participants and are designed to link the Triad and North Carolina to the world through service. UNCG has sent volunteers to various destinations within the United States to provide service, to become educated on social issues affecting communities and to have LOTS of fun during spring break.


MicroFridge units are now available for UNCG students to rent or purchase through Standards for Living (http://standardsforliving.com/school-info/unc-greensboro). To place your order, visit their website or call the Order Processing Center (1-800-525-7307), Monday – Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The MicroFridge program is sponsored by the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and all proceeds are used for student programming.

Rent a MicroFridge
UNCG is not currently responsible for the loss of personal property in the residence halls. But this year, students have the option to cover the unexpected loss of their personal property due to unforeseen circumstances. Find out more about Student Personal Property Insurance and everything that is covered.

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Fall 2020: The Two-Stage Arrival Process

It will take all of us working together to keep our campus community safe and healthy. The primary way COVID-19 spreads is through person-to-person contact, so our best hope of preventing its spread is by changing the way we behave. UNCG expects students to show care for their friends, peers, colleagues, and neighbors. This means following some very important guidelines every day — Wear, Wait, Wash.

Wear, wait, wash.

Students are required to wear a face covering in most situations on campus (indoors, outdoors when physical distancing can’t be maintained), to wash their hands often and properly, and to practice physical distancing (6 feet) wherever possible (in lines, at activities, in social situations). Before you leave for campus at either stage of this process, please check for symptoms of COVID-19 using the CDC’s Self Checker. Anyone exhibiting symptom(s) should not come to campus and should consult their health care provider.

Housing and Residence Life (HRL) is adapting Move-In plans accordingly, in order to maximize the safety of students and their families as residents move into the residence halls. The move-in process for residential students will be different for the fall of 2020 than it has been in the past. Outlined below is a look at that process, so you can begin to make plans to come to campus. Move-In will occur in two stages.


  • In Stage 1, you will safely move ALL of your belongings into your room, but you WILL NOT stay on campus.
  • In Stage 2, you will return to campus (prior to the start of fall classes) and you WILL live in your new space.

By July 6, 2020, HRL will email detailed instructions to your iSpartan email account, along with a link to sign up for a specific date and time slot for Stage 1.

 

STAGE 1:
Stop, Drop, and Roll

 
The first step is Stop, Drop, and Roll. At this stage, you will only be able to drop off items and set up your room for the spring semester during your assigned time period, but you will not occupy your room during this time. Stop, Drop, and Roll will take place Saturday, July 25 – Wednesday, August 5. You have received an email with more detailed instructions and a link to sign up for a specific date and time slot for this stage of Move-In.

How to pack for Move-in

STOP - Packing, Planning, and Personal Safety

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • FACE COVERINGS: For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Move-In process.
  • PARKING PERMIT: For any vehicle that will be parked in the loading areas, you must print and place this Parking Permit on your dashboard, on the driver's side. Be sure to add your personal info. Also to ensure that we can contact you if there is a problem with your vehicle, please complete the short "Car Tag and Contact Form." (If you have issues with the form, please follow these instructions.) Failure to do so will result in your delay at the check in desk as you will need to wait until we have checked in students with registered vehicles. The parking permit can only be used at your assigned date and time, between July 25 and August 5. This cannot be used during Stage 2: Stay, Live, and Learn, between August 12-18.
  • Have conversations with your roommate(s) prior to arrival, to minimize purchasing or bringing duplicate items.
  • To maximize physical distancing (6 feet) during this process, roommates may not check in on the same date. You should coordinate your time slot reservations together to find times that work best for each of you. All freshmen will have UNCG iSpartan email addresses of their roommate(s) and HRL will monitor conflicts to keep you from signing up for the same time slot as your roommate(s) during this process.
  • Please limit the amount of belongings that you bring to campus. We must be adaptable and prepared for any curveballs COVID-19 throws our way. That means being ready for the possibility that residents may need to remove belongings quickly during the fall semester.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • A small number of parking spaces will be available near each residence hall during the move-in period to allow residents easier access to the hall. It is imperative that these spaces are only used during your assigned time slot.
  • Please be patient and prepared for this stage to take longer than usual. The process is new in every way -- from traffic flow, to elevator use, to the check-in processes. We know there will be challenges as we go, and ask for your help as a member of our community by coming to campus with a little extra patience and understanding for our team and your fellow parents and students.

DROP - Check In and Move In

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small, last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • All residents will receive their room key when they arrive. New students will receive their UNCG ID card as well, which will allow them to access their assigned hall when they return for Stage 2. Returning students should already have their Spartan ID and should bring it with them when they arrive to campus. Residents will not need to check in again when they return to campus prior to classes < see Stay, Live, Learn, below. >
  • Residents should bring their own handtrucks, carts, and other assistive devices to aid in the move-in process, if possible.
  • A limited number of carts will be available, and can be checked out during this time.

ROLL - Leaving the Residence Hall

  • You will not occupy your room at this time. You will return to campus and stay in your residence hall in Stage 2, between August 12-17. < see Stay, Live, Learn, below. >
  • Please pay attention to the clock as you unload your belongings and move into your room. In order to provide the safest experience for everyone, we ask that you adhere to the time slot you have been assigned.
  • Once your assigned time period has ended, you will need to leave the residence hall. No one may spend the night in any residence hall during Stage 1.
  • Please proceed directly to your parking space and leave the parking lot as quickly as possible. Residents in the subsequent time slot will need to park in those spaces.

Safety Procedures

Your safety is of the utmost importance to us during Stop, Drop and Roll. We are committed to providing the safest means of getting all residents and their guests through this process. You will see:
  • Everyone wearing a face covering. This is vital to helping stop the spread of COVID-19 on our campus.
  • Safe usage guidelines including physical distancing of 6 feet, and occupancy limits for all common areas, lounges, lobbies, game rooms, parlors, and other gathering spaces.
  • Distancing discs on the floors to indicate where to stand if lines are required.
  • Increased cleaning and disinfection of common “high touch” areas (including elevator buttons, exterior door handles, and restrooms) throughout each day and time slot.
  • The ideal furniture organization for each room to allow for maximum physical distancing. We ask you not to move any furniture as spaces have been carefully reconfigured to achieve our physical distancing goals.
  • Hand sanitizing stations at entrances/exits of residence hall buildings.

 

STAGE 2:
Stay, Live, and Learn

 
Stage 2 is NOT another move-in period. All of your belongings should be in your room already. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot in Stage 1, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.

New Freshmen and Transfer Students
From Wednesday, August 12 – Friday, August 14 new freshmen and transfer students will return to campus, head to their rooms, and prepare for classes as they get acclimated to their new campus home. There will be special on-campus SOAR events on Thursday, August 13 – Friday, August 14. Students will receive a separate email from SOAR with information on these events. Classes begin on Tuesday, August 18.

  • New first year students and transfers can begin to return to campus and access their halls at 8 a.m.on Wednesday August 12.
  • Students will use their Spartan Card to access the building and the key they picked up during “Stop, Drop, and Roll” to enter their rooms.
  • There are no restrictions on residents coming and going to and from the halls at the current time.
  • Finally, THERE ARE NO SCHEDULED TIMES FOR STUDENTS TO RETURN.
Returning Students
Returning students can return to the residence halls at any time from Saturday, August 15- Monday, August 17.


Important Notes:

  • Remember, ONLY RESIDENTS MAY ENTER THE HALLS. You may have people assist you to bring items close to the access doors, but they are not allowed to enter the hall. If you have a big item to move, please bring your own hand truck. Residents will need to bring in any extra items unassisted. Visitors (parents, siblings, guests) will not be permitted into the residence halls with you.
  • HOUSING WILL NOT HAVE SPARTAN CARDS. If you do not have a Spartan Card, you will need to go to the Spartan Card Center in Moran Commons between 9 a.m.and 4 p.m. The hall entry access system will be in full operation 24/7 when you return, so no Spartan Card equals no access to your hall. Please plan your arrival accordingly.
  • Parking near the halls will not be reserved like it was for Stop, Drop, and Roll. Parking regulations will be enforced around the halls. You must have a valid permit for any parking on campus except for metered spaces where you can use quarters or the UNCG Park Mobile App
  • Remember that face coverings that meet CDC guidelines will be required in most places on campus. We encourage you to bring your own supply of your preferred style of face coverings.  The University also will provide a small supply of disposable masks for students who would like them once you arrive on campus to begin classes. 
  • ROOM CHANGE: We have had a number of questions about room change. You will receive a detailed email by August 18, outlining the room change process. It will include the following options:
    1. Pulling a student into a current vacancy in your room/suite/apartment
    2. Swapping spaces within a suite or apartment
    3. Swapping with another student in a different room
    4. Requesting to be re-assigned to a new eligible room (New First Year Students in doubles only)
    Please check your iSpartan email (@uncg.edu) on a regular basis for important updates.
 

Additional
Move-In Information

 

For your convenience, directions, and parking locations for moving into your specific residence hall this fall semester are in the list below. Each includes a parking map (.pdf) for printing before you leave home. Please feel free to click on the map's image and print this map prior to your arrival, so you can have this information at your fingertips.

Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

305 West Drive, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces along West Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

312 Gray Drive, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces in front of Coit Hall along Gray Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

132 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park on the lower level of the McIver Parking Deck (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station near the parking deck entrance directly off McIver St. The check-in station is located in the parking deck near the walkway to the residence halls. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1310 Walker Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412

The GPS address above will take you to the roundabout in front of Shaw Hall and the Library, turn left and enter the hardscaped area between the Quad and the Fountain. You may park here to unload. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1310 Walker Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412

The GPS address above will take you to the roundabout in front of Shaw Hall and the Library, turn left and enter the hardscaped area between the Quad and the Fountain. You may park here to unload. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

132 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park on the lower level of the McIver Parking Deck (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station near the parking deck entrance directly off McIver St. The check-in station is located in the parking deck near the walkway to the residence halls. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

300 College Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412

You may only park on the RIGHT-HAND SIDE of College Avenue to unload. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (overflow parking - see map).

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a tented area on the right-hand side of College Ave. (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1001 Union Street, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in designated spots along Highland Avenue or Union Street or Lot 44 next to Union Hall.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in front of Haywood Residence Hall. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

701 Highland Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in designated spots along Highland Avenue or Union Street or Lot 44 next to Union Hall.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in front of Haywood Residence Hall. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

309 West Drive, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces along West Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

301 West Drive, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces along West Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1501 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in in Lot 1, behind Jefferson Suites.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in the outside pass-through of Jefferson Suites Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

700 Highland Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in in Lot 42 next to Lee Hall, or in designated spots along Highland Avenue or Union Street.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station outside of Haywood Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1101 W. Gate City Boulevard, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in Lot 45 next to Lexington Hall or in Lot 47 behind McCormick Hall. Please park in one of these lots and walk to Haywood Hall to get your keys.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station outside of Haywood Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

913 W. Gate City Boulevard, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in Lot 41 next to Lofts on Lee.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station outside of Haywood Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

301 College Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412

You may only park on the RIGHT-HAND SIDE of College Avenue to unload. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (overflow parking - see map).

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a tented area on the right-hand side of College Ave. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1201 W. Gate City Boulevard, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in Lot 47 behind McCormick Hall. Please park in one of these lots and walk to Haywood Hall to get your keys.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station outside of Haywood Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

106 Gray Dr., Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces in front of Moore/Strong or other designated spaces along Gray Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in front of Ragsdale/Mendenhall Residence Hall. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

103 Gray Dr., Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces in front of Phillips/Hawkins or along Gray Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in front of Ragsdale/Mendenhall Residence Hall. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

201 Gray Dr., Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces in front of Ragsdale/Mendenhall along Gray Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in front of Ragsdale/Mendenhall Residence Hall. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

132 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park on the lower level of the McIver Parking Deck (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station near the parking deck entrance directly off McIver St. The check-in station is located in the parking deck near the walkway to the residence halls. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1310 Walker Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412

The GPS address above will take you to the roundabout in front of Shaw Hall and the Library, turn left and enter the hardscaped area between the Quad and the Fountain. You may park here to unload. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (see map).


Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station at the outside pass-through of Shaw Residence Hall, also part of the QUAD (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

316 College Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412

You may only park on the RIGHT-HAND SIDE of College Avenue to unload. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (overflow parking - see map).

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a tented area on the right-hand side of College Ave. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1540 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in Spring Garden Apartments Parking Deck.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in the outside pass-through of Jefferson Suites Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

1541 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in Lot 1, behind Tower Village.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in the outside pass-through of Jefferson Suites Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

917 Union Street, Greensboro, NC 27403

You should park in in Lot 44 next to Union Hall, or in designated spots along Highland Avenue or Union Street.

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station outside of Haywood Residence Hall (see map). New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


Stop, Drop, and Roll Directions

For your safety and the safety of the UNCG community, you are only permitted to move in items on your scheduled Stop, Drop, and Roll day/time. Please follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.


GPS ADDRESS:

200 West Drive, Greensboro, NC 27412

You should park in designated spaces in front of Weil/Winfield on West Drive or along Gray Drive. Only one vehicle, per resident should be parked in this area. Only one vehicle, per resident, should be parked in this area. Additional vehicles should be parked in Lot 1 or Lot 9 (overflow parking - see map).

Keys

You will pick your keys up from a check-in station in front of Ragsdale/Mendenhall Residence Hall. New students will also receive their ID card at this time (provided you have followed all instructions from the Spartan Card Office).


UNLOADING:
Please unload as quickly as possible. You have a scheduled 3-hour window to move in belongings, you must depart campus at the end of your timeframe. There are no exceptions.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester on campus and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.
  • For the move-in process, all residents and visitors should bring their own face coverings from home. Per University policy, face coverings are required to be worn during this process. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. The University will have a small supply of disposable masks for students during the Stop, Drop, and Roll process.
  • Only the resident and two additional people (parents, siblings, guests) will be permitted to access the hall during the move-in process. Every person who enters the residence hall will be required to wear a face covering.
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!


For more information about parking and transportation, please visit http://parking.uncg.edu.


It’s easy to find all housing assignment information. Simply click on the Artemis logo (right) to get to the application’s login screen. Once in Artemis:
  • Login using your iSpartan username and password
  • Click on “Housing Assignment” at the bottom of the page to see if an assignment has been made for you or to see who has been assigned as your roommate. You will also find your roommate's email address.
Log in to Artemis to find housing assignment information
Students will now be able to make changes to their meal plans via their UNCGenie accounts. Here's how:
  • Go to UNCGenie
  • Click on "Personal Information"
  • Click on "Add/Change Fall/Spring Meal Plan" (scroll down to find it)
  • Follow the instrcutions to make a change
Before you arrive on campus, you can get your supplies prepared. You can use the “What to Bring/What Not to Bring” lists as a packing guide.

IMPORTANT NOTES for Fall 2020 Move-In, Stage 1: Stop, Drop, and Roll Process:

Please bring ALL belongings that you need for the fall semester for Stop, Drop and Roll, and move them into your room during Stage 1. You may only bring small, last-minute items that you forgot, or that can be easily carried in one trip, during Stage 2.

Because this is a unique Move-In situation, be sure to bring these additional items for Fall 2020:
  • Students living in apartments and suites should bring their own cleaning supplies.
  • No perishable items should come to campus with you during Stop, Drop and Roll, as you won’t remain on campus.
  • All students should bring thermometers to campus.
  • All students should bring face coverings before leaving home for UNCG's Move-In Process.
  • Before you leave for campus at either stage of the Move-In Process, please check for symptoms of COVID-19 using the CDC’s Self Checker.Anyone exhibiting symptom(s) should not come to campus and should consult their health care provider.

What to Bring/What Not to Bring >
You might also want to check out the Residence Hall Linens program. This program provides a convenient, affordable way to ensure you have sheets and bedding that will fit the extra-long mattresses in our residence halls. The Residence Hall Linens program has all your campus living needs, from extra-long twin sheets and comforters to matching towels and storage items. Proceeds from this program go directly back to Alternative Spring Break* and are used to help defray the costs of volunteer service efforts.

Residence Hall Linens Program

*UNCG’s Alternative Spring Break trips are designed to provide an educational experience to a group of participants and are designed to link the Triad and North Carolina to the world through service. UNCG has sent volunteers to various destinations within the United States to provide service, to become educated on social issues affecting communities and to have LOTS of fun during spring break.


MicroFridge units are now available for UNCG students to rent or purchase through Standards for Living (http://standardsforliving.com/school-info/unc-greensboro). To place your order, visit their website or call the Order Processing Center (1-800-525-7307), Monday – Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The MicroFridge program is sponsored by the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and all proceeds are used for student programming.

Rent a MicroFridge
UNCG is not currently responsible for the loss of personal property in the residence halls. But this year, students have the option to cover the unexpected loss of their personal property due to unforeseen circumstances. Find out more about Student Personal Property Insurance and everything that is covered.
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<!–The Move-In Guide goes on the website for all UNCG campus residents by the start of summer.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, details about the Fall 2020 move-in plan are being revised. Finalized details will be posted when available. The safety of our residents and guests is our top priority. More information should be available in early July.

Here are some guidelines for incoming residents to know and adhere to:

  1. Please pack all items in secured and identified containers. Write your name and room number on all boxes, containers, or bags, so that they may be clearly identified. Loose items and unsecured bags/boxes drastically slow down the move-in process.
  2. Please limit guests to 1 additional person if at all possible. This person should be able to physically assist you with moving your belongings.
  3. Bring a hand truck or cart, suitable for the hall you are moving into. This will assist you in moving heavy items.
  4. Please pay close attention to emails and website updates related to the move-in process.

For your convenience, directions, and parking locations for moving into your specific residence hall this fall semester are in the list below. Each includes a .pdfs for printing before you leave home. Please feel free to print the instructions that apply to you prior to your arrival, so you can have this information at your fingertips.

For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Bailey Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, turn right on Gray Drive, then turn right on West Drive to unload in front of your hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Coit Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, turn right on Gray Drive, then turn right on West Drive to unload in front of your hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
**Before leaving home, please place your belongings in boxes and arrange them to be easily transferred from your vehicle to a cart as quickly as possible.** For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Cone Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and McIver
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on McIver Street at the traffic light near the music building. Enter the McIver Parking Deck to unload.

UNLOADING
You will be unloading in the McIver Parking Deck. Members of UNCG Facilities staff will assist you in moving items via motorized cart. Please have all items packed in labeled boxes to facilitate a speedy process.

PARKING
As soon as your vehicle is unloaded, please drive to the upper levels of McIver Deck where you will have up to 2 hours complimentary parking. After 2 hours, please move your vehicle across campus for longer term parking to make room for other students in the deck.:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Cotten Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: S. Josephine Boyd & Walker
From South Josephine Boyd Street, enter campus at Walker Avenue and drive toward the library tower. When you reach the circle, turn left onto the Gray Drive service road and look for UNCG Police or Parking staff.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Gray Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: S. Josephine Boyd & Walker
From S. Josephine Boyd Street, enter campus at Walker Avenue and drive toward the library tower. When you reach the circle, turn left onto the Gray Drive service road and look for UNCG Police or Parking staff.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
**Before leaving home, please place your belongings in boxes and arrange them to be easily transferred from your vehicle to a cart as quickly as possible.** For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Grogan Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and McIver
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on McIver Street at the traffic light near the music building. Enter the McIver Parking Deck to unload.

UNLOADING
You will be unloading in the McIver Parking Deck. Members of UNCG Facilities staff will assist you in moving items via motorized cart. Please have all items packed in labeled boxes to facilitate a speedy process.

PARKING
As soon as your vehicle is unloaded, please drive to the upper levels of McIver Deck where you will have up to 2 hours complimentary parking. After 2 hours, please move your vehicle across campus for longer term parking to make room for other students in the deck.:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Guilford Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Follow Gray Drive as it curves through campus, then turn right on College Avenue to unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Spartan Village (Haywood Residence Hall) >

GPS ADDRESS: Gate City Blvd & Highland
From West Gate City Blvd (formerly called Lee Street), turn onto Highland Avenue (one way southbound during move-in) and look for staff to direct you to unload near your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Spartan Village (Highland Residence Hall) >

GPS ADDRESS: Gate City Blvd & Highland
From West Gate City Blvd (formerly called Lee Street), turn onto Highland Avenue (one way southbound during move-in) and look for staff to direct you to unload near your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Hinshaw Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, turn right on Gray Drive, then turn right on West Drive to unload in front of your hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Jamison Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, turn right on Gray Drive. UNCG Police staff will direct you to park on Gray Drive to unload, or you may be asked to then turn right on West Drive to unload.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Jefferson Suites Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Aycock & Oakland
Enter parking lot #1 near the UNCG water tower from South Josephine Boyd Street between Spring Garden Street and Oakland Ave, or from Oakland Ave between South Josephine Boyd Street and Kenilworth Street.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Spartan Village (Lee Residence Hall) >

GPS ADDRESS: Gate City Blvd & Highland
From West Gate City Blvd (formerly called Lee Street), turn onto Highland Avenue (one way southbound during move-in) and look for staff to direct you to unload near your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Lexington Residence Hall >

Directions
  • Enter from Gate City Blvd onto McCormick St. and take a LEFT into parking lot 47 for quick unloading. After unloading, exit onto Glenwood Ave turning left to reach Gate City Blvd, then proceed to a long-term parking location. There will be limited move-in assistance for these halls.
  • Keys: There will be a check-in station outside of McCormick.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Lofts on lee Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Gate City Blvd & Highland
From West Gate City Blvd (formerly called Lee Street), turn onto Highland Avenue (one way southbound during move-in) and look for staff to direct you to unload near your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Mary Foust Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Follow Gray Drive as it curves through campus, then turn right on College Avenue to unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to McCormick Residence Hall >

Directions
  • Enter from Gate City Blvd onto McCormick St. and take a LEFT into parking lot 47 for quick unloading. After unloading, exit onto Glenwood Ave turning left to reach Gate City Blvd, then proceed to a long-term parking location. There will be limited move-in assistance for these halls.
  • Keys: There will be a check-in station outside of McCormick.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Moore/Strong Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to North Spencer Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Follow Gray Drive as it curves through campus, then turn right on College Avenue to unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Phillips/Hawkins Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Ragsdale/Mendenhall Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
**Before leaving home, please place your belongings in boxes and arrange them to be easily transferred from your vehicle to a cart as quickly as possible.** For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Reynolds Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and McIver
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on McIver Street at the traffic light near the music building. Enter the McIver Parking Deck to unload.

UNLOADING
You will be unloading in the McIver Parking Deck. Members of UNCG Facilities staff will assist you in moving items via motorized cart. Please have all items packed in labeled boxes to facilitate a speedy process.

PARKING
As soon as your vehicle is unloaded, please drive to the upper levels of McIver Deck where you will have up to 2 hours complimentary parking. After 2 hours, please move your vehicle across campus for longer term parking to make room for other students in the deck.:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Shaw Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: S. Josephine Boyd & Walker
From S. Josephine Boyd Street, enter campus at Walker Avenue and drive toward the library tower. When you reach the circle, turn left onto the Gray Drive service road and look for UNCG Police or Parking staff.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to South Spencer Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Follow Gray Drive as it curves through campus, then turn right on College Avenue to unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Spring Garden Apts. Residence Hall >

GPS Address: 1555 Walker Ave.
From South Josephine Boyd Street, enter campus at Walker Avenue, then turn right to enter parking lot #9 near the baseball stadium. Proceed through lot 9 to enter the Spring Garden Apartments parking garage to unload. Vehicles with “SGB” permits may stay in the deck after unloading. Vehicles without “SGB” permits must be moved to park elsewhere. Oversized vehicles unable to fit in the deck may park in lot #9 to unload. Please do not block the traffic circle fire lane.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Tower Village Residence Hall >

GPS Address: South Josephine Boyd & Oakland
Enter parking lot #1 near the UNCG water tower from South Josephine Boyd Street between Spring Garden Street and Oakland Ave, or from Oakland Ave between South Josephine Boyd Street and Kenilworth Street.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Spartan Village (Union Residence Hall) >

GPS ADDRESS: Gate City Blvd & Highland
From West Gate City Blvd (formerly called Lee Street), turn onto Highland Avenue (one way southbound during move-in) and look for staff to direct you to unload near your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and the Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Glenwood Avenue.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on McCormick Street.
    • Stop #E is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #F is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Boulevard.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
For your convenience and safety, please move in the assigned day for your hall and follow the routes listed below to reach your designated unloading area.

Please avoid Tate Street because Carr Street will be one-way east bound during move-in.
Print the Move-In directions to Weil/Winfield Residence Hall >

GPS ADDRESS: Market and Gray
From South Josephine Boyd Street (northbound only), turn right on Market Street, then turn right on Gray Drive to enter campus. Unload in front of your residence hall.

UNLOADING - 10 MINUTE LIMIT
Please unload as quickly as possible, then drive to a long-term parking area to make room for other students to unload. Please bring 2 people with you so one person can stay with your belongings and another person can move your vehicle while you check-in.

PARKING
After unloading, please drive to one of the following complimentary (FREE) parking areas:
  • Lot #7 is accessible from Tate or Highland between Spring Garden and Oakland.
  • Lot #8 is accessible from Kenilworth or Oakland near Oakland Deck.
  • Lot #9 is accessible from Walker Avenue near the baseball stadium.
  • Oakland Deck is visible from Spring Garden Street behind Yum Yum Ice Cream, accessible from Kenilworth Street, or Forest Street to Oakland Avenue.
Please do not park in Walker Deck during move-in unless you are attending SOAR that day. Walker Deck is $2 the first hour, $1 each additional hour, up to $10 per day; limited spaces available.

Unattended vehicles parked in unloading areas, fire lanes, or other areas not designated for parking will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

SHUTTLES
Buses circulate through campus with 15 minute service between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday move-in days.
  • Spartan Chariot buses stop at 9 locations within the core of campus.
  • Please see map for bus stop locations, on page 2 of printable .pdf or on this page.
  • Park & Ride buses provide service to Spartan Village and Lot 50:
    • Stop #A is on Spring Garden near Yum Yum Ice Cream and Stirling Street.
    • Stop #B is on Spring Garden Street near Graham and Highland Avenue.
    • Stop #C is in Spartan Village on Neal Street.
    • Stop #D is in Spartan Village on Highland Avenue past Haywood Hall.
    • Stop #E is in Lot 50 at the intersection of S. Josephine Boyd Street and W. Gate City Blvd.
After 7 p.m., Spartan Chariot buses operate an evening safety shuttle until 1:30am.

For more information about parking and transportation, please visit POCAM.

Move-In Parking Map
Before you arrive on-campus, familiarize yourself with the Move-In Parking Map below, or PRINT the Move-In Parking Map (.pdf) >

Move-In Parking Map
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, details about the Fall 2020 move-in plan are being revised. Finalized details will be posted when available. The safety of our residents and guests is our top priority. More information should be available in early July.
It’s easy to find all housing assignment information. Simply click on the Artemis logo (right) to get to the application’s login screen. Once in Artemis:
  • Login using your iSpartan username and password
  • Click on “Housing Assignment” at the bottom of the page to see if an assignment has been made for you or to see who has been assigned as your roommate. You will also find your roommate's email address.
Log in to Artemis to find housing assignment information
Students will now be able to make changes to their meal plans via their UNCGenie accounts. Here's how:
  • Go to UNCGenie
  • Click on "Personal Information"
  • Click on "Add/Change Fall/Spring Meal Plan" (scroll down to find it)
  • Follow the instrcutions to make a change
Once the Fall 2020 schedule is determined, more information will be provided.
Before you arrive on campus, you can get your supplies prepared. You can use the “What to Bring/What Not to Bring” lists as a packing guide.

What to Bring/What Not to Bring >
You might also want to check out the Residence Hall Linens program. This program provides a convenient, affordable way to ensure you have sheets and bedding that will fit the extra-long mattresses in our residence halls. The Residence Hall Linens program has all your campus living needs, from extra-long twin sheets and comforters to matching towels and storage items. Proceeds from this program go directly back to Alternative Spring Break* and are used to help defray the costs of volunteer service efforts.

Residence Hall Linens Program

*UNCG’s Alternative Spring Break trips are designed to provide an educational experience to a group of participants and are designed to link the Triad and North Carolina to the world through service. UNCG has sent volunteers to various destinations within the United States to provide service, to become educated on social issues affecting communities and to have LOTS of fun during spring break.


MicroFridge units are now available for UNCG students to rent or purchase through Standards for Living (http://standardsforliving.com/school-info/unc-greensboro). To place your order, visit their website or call the Order Processing Center (1-800-525-7307), Monday – Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The MicroFridge program is sponsored by the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and all proceeds are used for student programming.

Rent a MicroFridge
  • Residents can check into their assigned hall from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Residents checking in after 5 p.m. should follow instructions on how to contact duty staff, which will be placed on building entrances.*
  • Students should bring their SpartanCards to their assigned residence halls to check-in and get keys on the designated move-in day. It is recommended that family members park and stay with the car as students sign for their keys.
*Note: in unusual situations, these dates may be subject to change. If this is the case, students will be notified of any updates via email.
Following are some tips for move-in:
  • Plan for the weather. Moving can be challenging, so dress appropriately. North Carolina can get very hot in August.
  • Bring your SpartanCards to show staff members in your building from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., in order to check in and receive your keys. Residents checking in after 5 p.m. should follow instructions on how to contact duty staff, which will be placed on building entrances.
  • It is recommended that family members park and stay with the car as students sign for their keys. Parking is limited and is at a premium. Please park in designated areas and move your materials quickly so you can move your car out of the flow of traffic, so another student can unload.
There is limited assistance available at move-in, so you should plan to move yourself in on your own. If you have a hand-truck or cart of some kind, you may wish to use it to speed up the process. Friends and families are welcome to come and help too! Each year staff and faculty from UNCG, student organizations, as well as members of the Greensboro community volunteer their time to assist students and their families with moving belongings into the halls. Make sure to look for these individuals if you need assistance.
  • The Chill Zone, August 12-14
    When move-in has you feeling the heat, take a break at the Chill Zone, sponsored by the Office of New Student Transitions & First Year Experience, Undergraduate Admissions, Alumni Affairs, and the Dean of Students Office. Students and their families are invited to enjoy ice-cold water and frozen treats, grab a UNCG giveaway, and meet other Spartans at the Chill Zone.
  • Elevators
    Most of the residence halls have elevators. Those that do not are: Guilford, Mary Foust, North Spencer, Ragsdale/Mendenhall, South Spencer, and Weil-Winfield.
  • Trash and Recycling
    Once you arrive and have settled into your room a bit, you will need to get rid of some moving boxes and other unwanted materials. The Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling provides a specific area for cardboard, and other types of recyclables, and standard trash bins or dumpsters. Please check with members of the HRL staff if you need assistance finding these locations.
  • Water
    Water will be provided at designated move-in locations throughout the move-in process. As it tends to get a little warm this time of year in Greensboro, make sure you cool yourself down with ice-cold water. Locations will vary. Ask a move-in volunteer if you need help in finding some.

NAV1GATE

NAV1GATE is for incoming freshmen and transfer students. It is a full day set aside for you to begin to understand the people, ideas and opportunities that await you during your time here at UNCG. It is a day set aside entirely for you – our newest Spartans — to be inspired while also getting serious about the path ahead. Find Out More >
UNCG is not currently responsible for the loss of personal property in the residence halls. But this year, students have the option to cover the unexpected loss of their personal property due to unforeseen circumstances. Find out more about Student Personal Property Insurance and everything that is covered.

All students newly assigned for the Spring 2021 Semester will check in and receive their room key at the Office of Housing and Residence Life located in Ragsdale/Mendenhall.

Students will need to have their UNCG SpartanCard for check in and access to their assigned building. If you do not already have a UNCG Spartan card, please stop by the SpartanCard Office in Moran Commons to get your SpartanCard.
  • Students returning to their housing assignment for the Spring 2021 Semester will regain access to their buildings beginning at 8 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.
  • Students who were not living on campus in Fall 2020, but will move on campus for Spring 2021, will receive special move-in instructions and will participate in a managed move-in period. They may have the assistance of up to TWO outside guests. Check your iSpartan Email: These students will be notified by December 1 of dates and the reservation process.
You can view your assignment and roommate information by logging into Artemis.
Only students who are required to be on campus for departmental employment or internships will be allowed to arrive early for Spring 2021. Departments will be required to notify Housing of the need for early arrival.
Meal Plan Changes and Information
As part of the housing application, you will select from meal plan choices that are personalized just for you, based on the number of completed credit hours, by housing selection, etc. UNCG's meal plan and flex plan rates for residents are listed HERE.

Please direct all questions, comments or suggestions related to dining, to:
UNCG Dining Services Phone: (336) 334-4101 E-mail: dine@uncg.edu

Move-In Crews
Your Check-in Point
Move-In: McIver Parking Deck
Elevators, Stairs and Recycling

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