Summer A & B move-in begins Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 9:00am. Summer C move-in begins Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 9:00am. Please check back with us frequently, as we are updating our information regularly in preparation to welcome you to your new home.
University Housing is excited to welcome you to your new home! Living on campus opens up tons of new opportunities for you to meet new people, make new friends, learn new things, and get involved in programs that will enhance your academic experience.
Thursday, May 6th at 9:00am is the earliest you can move into the residence halls for the Summer A & B sessions. Once the residence halls open at 9:00am, you may check in and pick up your key at any time. When you arrive to your residence hall, ensure you have a picture ID available (preferably your FSUCard, though a state-issued ID will be fine). Residents must be present to sign for and receive your room key. Remember to check the myHousing portal to see your residence hall and room. Don't forget Summer A & B classes begin on Monday, May 10th.
Before reporting to the residence hall, students must start check in at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center to complete one of the following COVID-19 clearance activities:
When you arrive at your residence hall, ensure you have a picture ID available (preferably your FSUCard, though a state-issued ID will be fine). Residents must be present to sign for and receive your room key. Remember to check the myHousing portal to see your residence hall and room. Summer C classes begin on Monday, June 21st.
CARE students have a different move-in schedule. Please visit the CARE website for more information.
All students are required to sign up for a move-in day and time. The link to sign up for move-in will be emailed to students at their my.fsu.edu email address.
Still wondering what to bring with you to FSU? Our website has a page filled with what you should bring and what you should leave at home. Check it out here.
It is hot in Tallahassee in summer and pets are not allowed in the residence halls. Please leave your pets at home for their own safety and comfort.
The FSU Police Department manages the SeminoleSAFE app for iOS and Android.
The app features real-time weather data on campus so you can time your arrival to miss the afternoon thunderstorms we tend to get here in the summer.
Good parking habits begin early. Register your vehicle early.
When you arrive to your residence hall, you must have a picture ID (FSUCard or Driver’s License) available. You must be present to sign for and receive your room key. Find your assignment on the myHousing portal.
Even though classes are not in session during check–in week, the University is open for business and staff and faculty are actively preparing for your arrival. Check–in is a busy time for the University, and the parking lots and streets by residence halls can become congested. The following guidelines will help make your check-in experience positive while allowing University operations to function.
You are encouraged to download the FSU Tranz app for your iOS or Android smartphone for availability in the campus parking garages.
Good parking habits begin early. Register your vehicle early and park in student parking spaces as soon as possible.
For safety reasons, residents must escort their guests, including family members, at all times while guests are in the building.
If you have any facilities concerns with your room during check–in, please speak with your building’s Facilities Supervisor. Your Facilities Supervisor can be reached through the front desk in your residence hall. After check–in, you are encouraged to submit a housing facilities repair request through our website.
The average temperature in Tallahassee in June is 91°F. Stay hydrated while moving into your residence hall. We recommend bringing a reusable water bottle.
Whether you're a New 'Nole just starting at FSU, or a senior preparing to graduate, there is plenty to do during the summer at Florida State! If you're looking for stuff to do on campus, check out all the places to go and summer programming available here.
University Housing will not provide on-campus isolation space for students who receive a positive COVID-19 test or need to quarantine, and there will be limited space for isolation in an off-campus location for students who need assistance. Resident students who have a positive COVID test should plan to spend their isolation time at home or an off-campus alternative.
Students can return to their on-campus assignment after the isolation time recommended by the CDC and local public health authorities.
Fully vaccinated people with no COVID-like symptoms following an exposure will be able to continue their campus activities, as long as they monitor for potential symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days and prepare to isolate if symptoms occur. They do not need to quarantine or be tested following an exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 unless symptoms occur.
Fully vaccinated people with COVID-19 symptoms. Although the risk that fully vaccinated people could become infected with COVID-19 is low, any fully vaccinated person who experiences symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should isolate themselves from others (off campus) and be clinically evaluated for COVID-19. The symptomatic fully vaccinated person should inform their healthcare provider of their vaccination status at the time of presentation to care.
Students who are not fully vaccinated and who come into contact with someone who is COVID positive will be expected to quarantine for 14 days either in their on-campus assignment or off-campus location, and should be clinically evaluated for COVID-19. If COVID-like symptoms occur, the student will need to be clinically evaluated for COVID-19. If the student is determined to be positive for COVID-19 or other variants, they will isolate (off campus) for the recommended amount of time by the CDC and local public health authorities.
Maps will be posted once routes are determined for Summer 2021.