MOVE-IN DATES & PARKING

 

This is an important reminder for anyone planning to return to campus for in-person classes that all tasks on your myPurdue checklist MUST be completed before you will be permitted to move into residence halls, attend classes and/or participate in campus activities. Please visit our Important Reminder page for details. 

NEW THIS YEAR

NEW students to residential campus for the spring semester may bring a maximum of TWO guests to help them move-in. For more information, please visit our Protect Purdue FAQs here

Check-In

We are excited to welcome you to campus! We have prepared the following resources to help you through the process of accessing campus, navigating to your check-in location and where to park once your Boilermaker has unloaded their belongings.

You should plan to arrive at the CoRec (north entrance) during your selected move-in time. Check-in will be in gyms 4-6. Should something happen and you are unable to arrive during your scheduled time, you may arrive at the CoRec during the scheduled times listed immediately below and request to check-in.

  • January 11 – 18: CoRec opens at 8 a.m. and closes at midnight. 
  • January 19 – 20: CoRec opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 4 p.m. ( Please note: there are no move-in times to be scheduled on these days but we will be open in the event someone cannot arrive prior to the start of classes.)
  • After hours arrivals:  If you arrive between midnight and 8 a.m., you MUST report to the Purdue University Fire Department, 1250 W. Third St., West Lafayette, IN, for the move-in process.

*Yellow stars - parking entrances. Solid yellow - parking areas. Orange check mark - check in entrance. 

Parking

After you have unloaded your belongings, parking locations can be found at:

Moving In - Spring 2021

Boiler Cold Rush Participants

Students registered for Boiler Cold Rush (BCR) may move in on Monday, January 11 through Wednesday, January 13, 2021. (You should receive information along with your BCR registration materials.) 

 

All NEW Students should: 

  • Go to the  CoRec  prior to going to your assigned residence hall.  
  • Bring verification of negative COVID-19 test results.  
  • Plan to arrive at the  CoRec  during your selected move-in date and time.  
  • You  will pick up  your  student  ID  during this time.  
  • Bring your move-in pass.  
  • Note that both  of your  two  approved guests  assisting with move-in  must  visit the  CoRec  at the time of check-in to be temperature checked .  

All RETURNING students should: 

  • Go to the  CoRec  prior to going to your assigned residence hall.  
  • Bring verification of negative COVID-19 test results.  
  • Plan to arrive at the  CoRec  during your selected move-in date and time.  
  • Bring your  PUID.  
  • Bring your move-in pass .   


Move-In Scheduling Website

Move-in time selection will begin December 2, 2020. Please visit www.housing.purdue.edu/URMoveIn/Scheduling/ to schedule your move-in date and time. Students failing to complete the move-in survey and arriving prior to January 11th may be assessed a $32/day early arrival fee and have delays with check-in. The 2021 Spring contract begins Monday, January 11, 2021, with the first contract meal served beginning with breakfast. Please note your move-in pass will be available for printing beginning January 4, 2021.

 

What You'll Need

PLEASE NOTE - NEW THIS YEAR: New students to residential campus for the spring semester may bring a maximum of TWO guests to help them move-in. For more information, please visit our Protect Purdue FAQs here


Items Provided By University Residences:

• Bed
• Mattress
• Curtains (that must stay in place)
• Desk with lamp
• Dresser
• Trash can
• Smoke detector
• Closet and drawer space
• All utilities
• Internet outlets

Items you may want to bring with you:

• Alarm clock
• Laundry basket
• Pillow, bed linens and blanket (not electric) for a regular twin bed - 36" x 78"
• Umbrella
• First aid kit
• Bathrobe
• Toiletries
• Fan
• Towels and wash cloths
• Flashlight

Items you may NOT bring with you:

• Candles, incense or anything else you would burn (also see Purdue Fire Department info on residence hall decorations
• Electric bed warmers
• Empty alcohol bottles for decoration
• Fireworks
• Grills
• Halogen lamps
• Hoverboards
• Paintball guns
• Pets (except small fish) 
• Portable AC units
• Toaster ovens or any cooking equipment other than a hot pot or a small microwave oven
(for undergraduate residence halls -  more information for Hilltop Apartments residents )