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Move-In 2022

The Office of Residence Life at Flagler College is excited to welcome you home! Please see important information below regarding your move-in experience.

NEW RESIDENTS

When is Move-In?

Move-in is on Friday and Saturday, August 19th and 20th. Move-in will be broken into time slots based on residence halls and floors. Your move-in slot was emailed to you on Friday, June 17th.

Checking In

All new residents will check to their new residence hall and meet their RAs, as well as a plethora of Flagler College staff, faculty, and volunteers. Addresses for the Residence Halls are:

When you arrive, you will be given a temporary parking pass that will be valid for 15 minutes as you unload in the designated unload zone. We can only accommodate one car at a time, and we cannot accommodate any U-Hauls. If you have more than one vehicle, they will need to park down in the Abare Parking Garage at 1 Malaga Street until you can swap out vehicles.

You will then go to the lobby of the building to get your key and be shown to your room. After you have finished moving, you will need to move all vehicles to the Abare parking garage until you get your permanent parking pass.

Packing lists have been mailed to your home address on what to bring!

You can find your room assignment at MyFlagler.edu.

When You Get to Your Room

When you get to your room, you are going to have an opportunity to unpack and organize your belongings. We ask that no furniture is rearranged until your new roommates moves in and you all discuss room arrangements together. You can put in a maintenance request to bunk your beds (approval is determined by room), but that will not occur on the day of move-in. You cannot bunk or unbunk beds yourself. There is a two-week period of when your beds will be bunked or unbanked.

Facility Work Orders

Your room has been prepared by our housekeeping staff, but if there are any facility concerns, please submit them at: Facilities Management

Please remember that you are moving into a room where others may already live, so the room will look “lived in.”

After Move-In

Please join us for hall meetings at 7:00 pm the day of your move-in. Please note that families must leave the halls no later than 6:45 pm.

Roar Up!

Roar Up! Is our Flagler College Orientation Experience and will be where you get to know more about campus, meet fellow students, get your ID and parking pass, and learn about how your semester will go at Flagler. Information for Roar Up! Can be found at: Orientation

Infectious Disease Plan

Please make sure to work with your family to develop a plan if you catch an infectious disease while living on campus. Examples may be the flu, the common cold, and COVID. Residents are responsible for ensuring that they have a plan in place including, but not limited to; providing other housing accommodations, food delivery, medicine, transportation to doctor’s offices, etc. The Office of Residence Life will not move individuals if they, or their roommates, get sick.

Any Other Questions

All other questions about living on campus can be found at: Office of Residence Life

RETURNING RESIDENTS

When is Move-In?

Move-in is on Sunday, August 21st-Tuesday, August 23rd. Your IDs will turn on at 8:00 am that Sunday.

Checking In

All returning residents will check to their existing residence halls.

You can find your potential new roommates at MyFlagler.edu.

When You Get to Your Room

When you get to your room, you are going to have an opportunity to unpack and organize your belongings. We ask that no furniture is rearranged until your new roommates moves in and you all discuss room arrangements together. You can put in a maintenance request to bunk your beds (approval is determined by room), but that will not occur the day of move-in. You cannot bunk or unbunk beds yourself. There is a two-week period of when your beds will be bunked or unbanked.

Facility Work Orders

Your room has been prepared by our housekeeping staff, but if there are any facility concerns, please submit them at: Facilities Management

Infectious Disease Plan

Please make sure to work with your family to develop a plan if you catch an infectious disease while living on campus. Examples may be the flu, the common cold, and COVID. Residents are responsible for ensuring that they have a plan in place including, but not limited to; providing other housing accommodations, food delivery, medicine, transportation to doctor’s offices, etc. The Office of Residence Life will not move individuals if they, or their roommates, get sick.

Any Other Questions

All other questions about living on campus can be found at: Office of Residence Life

We look forward to welcoming you home!