August 17, 2021 Update

Housing Process Regarding Covid Testing and Covid Vaccination

Please familiarize yourself with the steps you need to take throughout the Fall 2021 semester. The process is different depending upon whether you are or are not vaccinated as follows:

Vaccinated?

If so, you will be exempted from periodic testing during the semester. You are less likely to contract the virus, and therefore do not have to participate in mandatory testing if you live in a residence hall.
  • If you are exposed to someone who has tested positive, and you do not develop symptoms, you do not have to quarantine.

If you have any questions regarding this information, please feel free to contact us at hrl@uncg.edu
Do you want $50 in Flex on your SpartanCard?
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 "Submit a Covid Vaccination Card" below. See details for the "Got the Shot" Incentive
If you are partially vaccinated now:
For those students who have received one shot of a two-dose vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna), you will need to continue to get tested until you both:
  1. Submit your completed vaccination records to Student Health (see below), AND
  2. have had two weeks since your second dose.
We will be sending a separate email to those who have submitted records indicating you’ve had one dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine in order to learn more about your plans to receive your second dose.
If you become fully vaccinated during the semester:
You are less likely to contract the virus, and therefore do not have to participate in mandatory testing.
  • If you are exposed to someone who has tested positive, and you do not develop symptoms, you do not have to quarantine.

If you get fully vaccinated and report your results please upload a copy of your immunization card to the Student Health Services patient portal. See "Submit a Covid Vaccination Card" below.

Not Vaccinated?
This applies to you if you have not submitted proof of having been fully vaccinated against COVID-19*. Individuals who are not fully vaccinated are more likely to become infected by the virus that causes COVID-19. To protect your health and the health of others, you have been enrolled in the Periodic COVID-19 Testing Program for the Fall 2021 Semester. This process will be used each week for un-vaccinated students throughout the semester and the weekly schedule will be posted in the pull-down below. Once a student is fully vaccinated they will be exempt from testing. The COVID-19 vaccination is free for everyone! For a list of vaccination sites, visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines. You can also get your COVID-19 vaccine at Student Health Services. Call them at 336.334.5340 to set up your appointment.
Periodic COVID-19 Testing Program
  • You will receive a separate email from housing notifying you when you can begin to get tested (based upon your arrival date at first).
  • Details about testing dates and locations will also be emailed to all residence hall students.
  • Failure to get a test will result in the suspension of your access to your residence hall until you can provide a negative Covid-19 PCR-RT test.
  • You will be able to submit Covid-19 Test Results through ARTEMIS.
Important Note: Only students who DO NOT have any symptoms of COVID-19 should participate in periodic testing. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, complete the COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form and contact Student Health Services, your health care provider, or another testing site to get tested as soon as possible.
* You are fully vaccinated one it has been at least two weeks since you have received 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine or the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.
Want a Vaccine?
  • If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, you can call 336.334.4086 to make an appointment at Student Health Services, or you can search for vaccination sites in your local community by visiting myspot.nc.gov.
  • If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at hrl@uncg.edu
Please continue to monitor your email, social media channels and our COVID-19 website for updated information.
*Exceptions
Students who meet one of the following criteria will be exempted from the testing requirement. If you believe you meet one of these criteria, you should still complete the COVID-19 Test Results Submission Form, available in ARTEMIS, and indicate the criteria you believe you meet for an exemption:
  • You have a disability that would physically preclude you from having the test done.
  • You have a sincerely held religious belief that prohibits you from participating in testing.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.
Mandatory Testing WeekMandatory Testing Group
August 18 - 25Blue
August 20 - 27Gold
August 30 - September 6Blue
September 7 - September 13Gold
September 13-September 21Blue
September 21- September 27Gold
September 27- October 4Blue
October 4- October 11Gold
October 11-October 18Blue
October 18 - October 25Gold
October 25- November 1Blue
November 1- November 8Gold
November 8-November 15Blue
November 15 - November 22Gold
November 8-November 15Blue
November 15-November 22Gold
November 22 - November 29All
November 29 - December 6All
DayDateLocationTimesGroup
WednesdayAugust 18Claxton - EUC12- 5 pmBlue
FridayAugust 20NBS Lounge, EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
MondayAugust 23Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayAugust 25Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmGold
MondayAugust 30Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdaySeptember 1Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue
WednesdaySeptember 8Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
Thursday*September 9*Dail - EUC*9 am - 3 pm*Gold*
* Unlike all other Mako testing listed here, September 9 is StarMed Testing. See SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS to pre-register.)
MondaySeptember 13Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdaySeptember 15Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue
MondaySeptember 20Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdaySeptember 22Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmGold
MondaySeptember 27Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdaySeptember 29Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue
MondayOctober 4Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayOctober 6NBS Lounge, EUC9 am - 5 pmGold
MondayOctober 11Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayOctober 13Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue
MondayOctober 18Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayOctober 20Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmGold
MondayOctober 25Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayOctober 27NBS Lounge, EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue
MondayNovember 1Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayNovember 3Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmGold
MondayNovember 8Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayNovember 10Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue
MondayNovember 15Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
WednesdayNovember 17Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmGold
MondayNovember 22Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold
MondayNovember 29Dail - EUC9 am - 5 pmBlue and Gold

Submit a Covid Vaccination Card

Follow these Instructions:
  • DO NOT upload pictures taken of your document. Documents must be scanned and compressed.
  • The following mobile scanning apps can be used to scan your document(s):
    1. Microsoft Office Lens: Android / iOS
    2. Adobe Scan: Android / iOS
    3. CamScanner: Android / iOS
  • If needed, scan in black and white (or a setting of 150 DPI) to produce a
    smaller file
  • Files must be less than 30MB.
  • Name, Date of Birth, and Student ID Number should be on all supporting documentation

Vaccination Cards can ONLY be submitted to the Student Health Services Patient Portal (go.uncg.edu/patientportal)


Report COVID-19 Test Results

You will be able to log into ARTEMIS to upload your test results using the Fall 2021 COVID-19 Test Results Submission Form.

  • The preferred method of attaching your results is to scan your test results and upload the document.
  • If you are using your phone to submit your test results, please focus your camera to include the entire document and make sure it is clear and easily readable.
  • The results will be reviewed and any results that cannot be clearly interpreted will result in having to resubmit the results.

Previous Covid Updates

HRL COVID Guidelines 21-22

Greetings UNCG Residential Students! We are excited to have you on campus with us for the new academic year. We want to continue making sure this is a healthy and safe experience for all. We hope the information provided below will answer some of the questions you may have and ease your concerns.
Community and Care
Each of us has adjusted due to COVID-19 and you all have done your part in keeping yourself and our community safe. As we begin this new year we want to continue practicing safe and healthy behaviors that keep our community in mind. In accordance with state and university provisions regarding COVID-19 the following has been put in place for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Personal Community Responsibility
  • Adhere to Social Distancing guidelines when outside of your room in community/ common spaces. This includes but is not limited to the bathroom, lounge spaces, community kitchens, hallways, stairwells, etc.
  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds and use hand sanitizer when unable to wash your hands. Sanitizer stations are at the entrances of the residence halls.
  • If you become sick and/or experiencing COVID symptoms contact Student Health Services immediately.
  • If you test positive for COVID, have symptoms, or are determined to be a close contact please complete the UNCG self report form located here https://update.uncg.edu/monitoring-for-covid-19-symptoms/

In-Hall Expectations
  • Face coverings are required to be worn when outside of the individual room/apartment, whether vaccinated or not, when in hallways and in common spaces.
  • Community bathrooms and other community spaces will have social distancing guidelines in place.
  • Signage will be posted indicating social distancing guidelines in the residence hall.
GUEST POLICY
  • To continue limiting potential exposure guest policy has been adjusted as follows:
  • One (1) guest is allowed in the Residence Hall (per resident)
    • A non-UNCG residential and or affiliated guest is allowed
    • An overnight guest is permitted (only 1).
    • Guests must observe UNCG COVID guidelines including but not limited to wearing a face covering and observing social distance.

Vaccination & Surveillance Testing
Whereas vaccination is not required to live on-campus, all students living in the residence halls have to provide a negative COVID test result and/or proof of vaccination. We continue to encourage all of our students to get vaccinated. Vaccines are available by appointment at Student Health Services. All students who submit proof of Covid-19 vaccination via Student Health’s Patient Portal by August 23 will receive $50 in Flex. Check out this link for more information https://sa.uncg.edu/gottheshot/. In an effort to continue keeping our campus safe, we will be doing periodic COVID testing of residential students throughout the year. Our community guidelines may adjust as we continue to monitor case rates locally and statewide.
Update:

Fall 2021: Housing Process Regarding 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. The process is different depending upon whether you are or are not vaccinated as follows:
Vaccinated? You should have received an email from HRL. If so, you will be exempted from the initial re-entry testing requirement and periodic testing during the semester.

The full email is as follows: If you live in a UNCG residence hall, you will be required to get tested for COVID-19 on a periodic basis at a testing clinic on campus, and you will be required to submit results from a COVID-19 test within 7 days prior to fall move-in. Details will be sent to all residence hall students in a separate email from UNCG Housing.
  • Our records indicate that you have been vaccinated. As such, you will be exempted from the initial re-entry testing requirement and periodic testing during the semester. You are less likely to contract the virus, and therefore do not have to participate in mandatory testing if you live in a residence hall.
  • If you are exposed to someone who has tested positive, and you do not develop symptoms, you do not have to quarantine.

If you have any questions regarding this email please feel free to contact us at hrl@uncg.edu
Not Vaccinated? You will be required to:
  • Submit results from a COVID-19 test within 7 days prior to fall move-in.
  • You will also be required to get tested for COVID-19 on a periodic basis at a testing clinic on campus.

You should have received this email from HRL. More information is available below.

If you live in a UNCG residence hall, you will be required to get tested for COVID-19 on a periodic basis at a testing clinic on campus, and you will be required to submit results from a COVID-19 test within 7 days prior to fall move-in. Details will be sent to all residence hall students in a separate email from UNCG Housing.
  • Our records indicate that you have not been vaccinated. As such, you will be required to get tested and submit a negative Covid-19 PCR-RT test within seven days of your permanent return to campus. Failure to do so will result in the suspension of your access to your residence hall.
  • Unless you are vaccinated, you will also be subject to periodic testing during the semester. Failure to do so will result in the suspension of your access to your residence hall until you can provide a negative Covid-19 PCR-RT test.
  • You will be able to submit Covid-19 Test Results through ARTEMIS.
  • You will receive a separate email from housing notifying you when you can begin to get tested based upon your arrival date.
  • YOU DO NOT NEED TO GET TESTED TO DO STOP, DROP, AND ROLL BETWEEN JULY 19 AND AUGUST 1.
  • Second Summer Session Residents, Resident Assistant Staff, and Students Approved for Early Arrival on August 6 will receive an individual email with a timeline for getting tested and submitting test results in ARTEMIS.

If you get fully vaccinated before your permanent return to live on campus:
  • You are less likely to contract the virus, and therefore do not have to participate in mandatory testing.
  • If you are exposed to someone who has tested positive, and you do not develop symptoms, you do not have to quarantine.
  • Getting vaccinated also helps to protect your family and friends by making it less likely that you will get the virus and give it to others.

If you get fully vaccinated and report your results please upload a copy of your immunization card to the Student Health Services patient portal.

Here are instructions for uploading.
  • If you have not yet been vaccinated, the State of North Carolina recently announced the Summer Vax Cash program. Individuals who get vaccinated beginning June 10 will be entered into a drawing to receive either a cash prize of $1,000,000 (for those age 18 or older) or an educational scholarship of $125,000 (for those under 18).
  • If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, you can call 336.334.4086 to make an appointment at Student Health Services, or you can search for vaccination sites in your local community by visiting myspot.nc.gov.
  • If you have any questions regarding this email please feel free to contact us at hrl@uncg.edu

More Information

Report COVID-19 Test Results Before You Return in Fall 2021

As announced in previous updates below, all students living on campus for the Fall 2021 semester must provide results from a RT- PCR test COVID-19 test prior to moving into their residence hall (*see below for exceptions).

Testing should be conducted no earlier than 7 days prior to the date you plan to come back to campus. Because students will be arriving back on campus at different times, we’ve provided the following timeline for you to determine the window during which you should be tested. This timeline takes into account that it often takes several days to get test results back.

You will be able to log into ARTEMIS to upload your test results using the Fall 2021 Re-Entry COVID-19 Test Results Submission Form. The preferred method of attaching your results is to scan your test results and upload the document. If you are using your phone to submit your test results, please focus your camera to include the entire document and make sure it is clear and easily readable. The results will be reviewed and any results that cannot be clearly interpreted will result in having to resubmit the results.

Move-In DateEarliest day to get testedMove-in Group
July 28, 2021July 21, 2021Summer Break Housing
August 4, 2021July 29, 2021Lee and Union Residents
August 6, 2021July 31, 2021Early Arrivals
August 9, 2021August 2, 2021Early Arrivals
August 10, 2021August 3, 2021Early Arrivals
Students need to get tested in their communities prior to their stay on campus.
  • There are a variety of community-based opportunities for testing. North Carolina residents can visit the NC DHHS COVID-19 testing website to find testing locations. Students living in other states should consult their local public health departments. Note that appointments are required for some opportunities.
  • When you receive your test result, you will upload it to the UNCG Case Management Tool through ARTEMIS.
  • You will need to be sure that your name and the results can both clearly be seen in the uploaded document.
  • The University is not able to reimburse you for any costs associated with testing in the community.
  • The University will provide free campus testing in the Elliott University Center. Consult with the EUC Information Desk for specific locations. Residential students can register for testing using ARTEMIS. Results of this testing will be provided directly to the University.
  • Testing will take place on an alternating schedule to accommodate student work schedules and other timing concerns.
Move-In DateEarliest day to get testedMove-in Group
July 28, 2021July 21, 2021Summer Break Housing
August 4, 2021July 29, 2021Lee and Union Residents
August 6, 2021July 31, 2021Early Arrivals
August 9, 2021August 2, 2021Early Arrivals
August 10, 2021August 3, 2021Early Arrivals
  • To provide maximum flexibility, appointments are not needed. Please anticipate that you may need to wait in line and plan accordingly.
  • Testing location and preregistration information is available in ARTEMIS.
Accordion Sample Description
Please continue to monitor your email, social media channels and our COVID-19 website for updated information.
*Exceptions
Students who meet one of the following criteria will be exempted from the testing requirement. If you believe you meet one of these criteria, you should still complete the COVID-19 Test Results Submission Form, available in ARTEMIS beginning January 7, and indicate the criteria you believe you meet for an exemption:
  • You have a disability that would physically preclude you from having the test done.
  • You have a sincerely held religious belief that prohibits you from participating in testing.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.


Frequently Asked Questions

If you test positive, you will need to remain where you are until you have been cleared to come to campus. We will contact you to determine your isolation period and make arrangements for your delayed return.
Please complete the Covid-19 Self-Reporting Form and upload your positive test results, even if you are no longer ill when it’s time to come back to campus. Because the CDC does not recommend that individuals who have tested positive within 90 days get retested, you will not be required to get tested again, but you will have to provide your positive test results.
Please complete the Covid-19 Self-Reporting Form to let us know. We will contact you to determine when it is safe for you to come to campus and make arrangements for your delayed return.
If you are in this situation, complete the Testing Submission Form available in ARTEMIS, and explain your circumstances. We will contact you to arrange for immediate testing when you arrive on campus.
You can submit proof of vaccination via the Testing Submission Form available in ARTEMIS,
Use the date you are returning to campus to stay, from August 11-16.

For more information about Spring Move-In, please visit Moving-In.
Follow these Instructions:
  • DO NOT upload pictures taken of your document. Documents must be scanned and compressed.
  • The following mobile scanning apps can be used to scan your document(s):
    1. Microsoft Office Lens: Android / iOS
    2. Adobe Scan: Android / iOS
    3. CamScanner: Android / iOS
  • If needed, scan in black and white (or a setting of 150 DPI) to produce a smaller file
  • Files must be less than 30MB.
  • Name, Date of Birth, and Student ID Number should be on all supporting documentation

Vaccination Cards can ONLY be submitted to the Student Health Services Patient Portal (go.uncg.edu/patientportal)
This video will walk you through the steps to upload a scan of your vaccination card.
March 29, 2021 Vaccines for residential students

Important Vaccine Links

January 22, 2021

Spring 2021: Semester COVID Testing

Phase 1
We couldn’t have made it through the fall semester without your clear commitment to protecting yourselves and each other. Finding our way through living and learning during a pandemic has been challenging, but you have repeatedly shown us that you take it seriously and very much want to be here on campus.

You showed us this once again by either coming to campus to get tested or submitting test results as part of the process of living on campus this semester. Your follow-through means that some of you discovered you have COVID and were able to get the guidance you needed on how to isolate, which in turn helped to protect your friends and hall mates on campus.

We announced at the end of fall semester that students living on campus for spring would be asked to participate in surveillance testing. You completed Phase I of this testing - prior to returning to campus - with flying colors. We’re writing to let you know what the rest of the semester will look like.
Phase 2
Given that the positivity rate remains high in our larger community, we need every student living on campus to once again get tested next week (see below for the limited exceptions). This will give us data on how we’re doing after we’ve had students back in the halls for a week. This information also will help us determine our testing strategy moving into Phase 3 (see below).
  • To make this as simple as possible, we will provide free testing for all residential students Monday through Thursday of next week.
  • Testing will be provided by Mako, who will send us the results directly. You will not need to submit anything to us.
  • You do not need an appointment, but you will need to pre-register in ARTEMIS.
  • We have tried to provide different time periods on different days to accommodate your class and work schedules. All testing will take place in the Maple Room in the EUC.
    • Mon., January 25, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    • Tues., January 26, noon - 6 p.m.
    • Wed., January 27, noon - 6 p.m.
    • Thurs., January 28, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Phase 3
After next week, we will begin asking smaller, randomly selected groups of students to get tested each week as we move through the semester. You will be contacted individually if you are randomly selected. The University will continue to provide free testing for those who are asked to get tested.

Exceptions Students who meet one of the following criteria will be exempted from the testing requirement. Specific to the last exemption, if you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and we already have your results (either through the self-report system or because you tested at Student Health Services), you will not be asked to be tested again until 90 days after your last positive test. If you tested positive at some point prior to move-in this month and have not submitted your results (e.g., if you are a new student), please do so via the self-report portal.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.
  • You have a disability that would physically preclude you from having the test done.
  • You have a sincerely held religious belief that prohibits you from participating in testing.
FAQs
What if I’ve already received a dose or both doses of the vaccine? Testing is still required. Though the vaccine is documented to be highly effective, no vaccine is 100% effective. And, it can take several weeks from the time you receive the vaccine to the time that your body has developed sufficient antibodies to protect you.
 

Archives

Following is an ongoing list of ALL communications sent to students living on campus from Housing and Residence Life beginning March, 2020, and processes created due to the pandemic. This list is being updated on an ongoing basis for reference purposes.

Report COVID-19 Test Results Before You Return in Spring 2021

As previously announced in the Nov. 12 Update below, all students living on campus for the Spring 2021 semester must provide results from a RT- PCR test COVID-19 test prior to moving into their residence hall (*see below for exceptions).

Testing should be conducted no earlier than 7 days prior to the date you plan to come back to campus. Because students will be arriving back on campus at different times, we’ve provided the following timeline for you to determine the window during which you should be tested. This timeline takes into account that it often takes several days to get test results back.

Beginning on January 7, 2021, you will be able to log into ARTEMIS to upload your test results using the Spring 2021 Re-Entry COVID-19 Test Results Submission Form. The preferred method of attaching your results is to scan your test results and upload the document. If you are using your phone to submit your test results, please focus your camera to include the entire document and make sure it is clear and easily readable. The results will be reviewed and any results that cannot be clearly interpreted will result in having to resubmit the results.

Return DateEarliest day to get testedRecommended last day to get testedUpload results no later thanMove-In Group
July 28, 2021July 21July 24July 27Summer Break Housing
August 4, 2021July 29August 1August 3Lee & Union Residents
August 6, 2021July 31August 3August 5Early Arrivals
August 9, 2021August 2August 5August 8Early Arrivals
August 10, 2021August 3August 6August 9Early Arrivals
August 11, 2021August 4August 7August 10All Residents
August 12, 2021August 5August 8August 11All Residents
August 13, 2021August 6August 9August 12All Residents
August 14 2021August 7August 10August 13All Residents
August 15, 2021August 8August 11August 14All Residents
August 16, 2021August 9August 12August 15All Residents

Testing will be offered on campus, or students can choose to get tested in their communities.

  • There are a variety of community-based opportunities for testing. North Carolina residents can visit the NC DHHS COVID-19 testing website to find testing locations. Students living in other states should consult their local public health departments. Note that appointments are required for some opportunities.
  • When you receive your test result, you will upload it to the UNCG Case Management Tool through ARTEMIS.
  • You will need to be sure that your name and the results can both clearly be seen in the uploaded document.
  • The University is not able to reimburse you for any costs associated with testing in the community.
  • The University will provide free campus testing in the Elliott University Center. Consult with the EUC Information Desk for specific locations. Residential students can register for testing using ARTEMIS. Results of this testing will be provided directly to the University.
  • Testing will take place on an alternating schedule to accommodate student work schedules and other timing concerns.
WednesdayJanuary 69 am – 3 pm
ThursdayJanuary 711 am – 5 pm
FridayJanuary 89 am – 3 pm
MondayJanuary 119 am – 5 pm
TuesdayJanuary 1211 am – 7 pm
WednesdayJanuary 139 am – 5 pm
ThursdayJanuary 1411 am – 7 pm
Friday January 159 am – 5 pm
  • To provide maximum flexibility, appointments are not needed. Please anticipate that you may need to wait in line and plan accordingly.
  • Testing location and preregistration information is available in ARTEMIS.

*Exceptions

Students who meet one of the following criteria will be exempted from the testing requirement. If you believe you meet one of these criteria, you should still complete the COVID-19 Test Results Submission Form, available in ARTEMIS, and indicate the criteria you believe you meet for an exemption:
  • You have a disability that would physically preclude you from having the test done.
  • You have a sincerely held religious belief that prohibits you from participating in testing.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.

We will continue to work with local and state public health officials as the pandemic evolves over the winter break. Please also continue to monitor your email, social media channels and our COVID-19 website for updated information.


Frequently Asked Questions

If you test positive, you will need to remain where you are until you have been cleared to come to campus. We will contact you to determine your isolation period and make arrangements for your delayed return.
Please complete the Covid-19 Self-Reporting Form and upload your positive test results, even if you are no longer ill when it’s time to come back to campus. Because the CDC does not recommend that individuals who have tested positive within 90 days get retested, you will not be required to get tested again, but you will have to provide your positive test results.
Please complete the Covid-19 Self-Reporting Form to let us know. We will contact you to determine when it is safe for you to come to campus and make arrangements for your delayed return.
If you are in this situation, complete the Testing Submission Form (which will become available on January 7 in Artemis) and explain your circumstances. We will contact you to arrange for immediate testing when you arrive on campus.
The first doses of the vaccine are being given to specific groups (e.g., health care workers; elderly individuals in nursing homes and the staff who work there) that are not likely to include students. If you are given the opportunity to get vaccinated through work or another mechanism and choose to do so, you can submit proof of vaccination via the Testing Submission Form (which will become available on January 7 in Artemis) and we will determine whether you are exempt from testing.
Use the date you are returning to campus to stay, from January 14-18. You do not have to get tested prior to Stop, Drop, and Roll on January 7 -9.

For more information about Spring Move-In, please visit Moving-In.

FREE Covid 19 Testing Before Returning Home for the Holiday

As you know, testing is an important tool in our efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The purpose of this letter is to make you aware of 1) opportunities to get tested prior to leaving campus for the winter break; and 2) for those who will be living in a University residence hall this spring, testing requirements when you return in January.

In order to maximize the protection of yourself and others, we strongly suggest that you get tested prior to returning home even if you don’t have symptoms. Free testing will be available to residential students beginning Monday, November 16th through Thursday, November 19th. Participation is voluntary, but will help you make safer choices as you plan your trip home. The testing will be conducted by Mako Medical, and is being paid for by the University. Insurance information will not be collected.

Students who 1) have COVID-19 symptoms; or 2) are in quarantine because they’ve been identified as a close contact; or 3) have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days should NOT seek testing at these clinics. If you have symptoms or are a close contact, seek testing through Student Health Services or through a community testing site.

Important details:

  • Testing will take place in the EUC Maple Room.
  • You need to log into ARTEMIS and click on REGISTER for COVID-TESTING. Appointments will begin at 9 am and continue through 4:45 pm. Please arrive at your appointment time or a few minutes after (not early) in order to maintain social distancing.
  • Before your appointment, you will also need to complete the pre-registration form.
    • Note that the “free testing” option is already preselected.
    • For question #5 of the state required questions, answer “no”.
    • Once completed, you will receive an email with a QR/Booking ID.
    • When you arrive for your appointment, open the email so the testing team can scan the QR code.
    • If you are unable to pre-register, you will be able to register onsite. Please bring a form of ID.
  • You will receive your result directly from Mako Medical within 2-3 days.
  • You will be given the opportunity to sign a waiver that allows Mako Medical to report your result directly to the UNCG Case Management Team.
  • By law, Mako Medical must report all results to the public health department. Public health, in turn, will inform us if you test positive.
  • You will receive information about what to do if you test positive at your testing appointment.
With a few exceptions (see below), students who will be living in a University residence hall for the spring semester will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to returning to campus. The test itself should be conducted no earlier than Monday, January 11.

A few important details:
  • The test must be an RT- PCR test. This test looks for the virus itself.
  • You can get tested in your home community and submit your results via the Self-Reporting portal (the University will not reimburse students who choose this method).
  • For those within driving distance, we will provide testing on campus during the week of January 11th at no cost to students.
  • Limited testing will be available for students who are unable to travel to campus or access testing in their communities prior to returning for move-in.
  • More details on campus testing clinics and the process to submit test results from community testing sites will be sent in early January.
  • Individuals who meet one of the following criteria will be exempted from the testing requirement. More details about the process for identifying that you believe you should be exempt will be provided in early January.
    • You have a disability that would physically preclude you from having the test done.
    • You have a sincerely held religious belief that prohibits you from participating in testing.
    • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.
  • If you are ill during the week before the spring semester begins, you should complete the Self-Report form, and we will work with you to coordinate your re-entry to campus.
We will continue to work with local and state public health officials as the pandemic evolves over the winter break. If advised, we may require residential students to participate in surveillance testing for all or part of the spring semester. This would mean that a small percentage of students would be chosen each week to get tested. The same exemptions identified above would apply. We will communicate any decisions regarding surveillance testing in early January. Please also continue to monitor your email, social media channels and the UNCG COVID-19 website for updated information.

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.

Spring 2021 Move-In Dates: Jan 16-18, 2021

  • Students returning to their housing assignment for the Spring 2021 Semester will regain access to their buildings beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday., Jan. 16, 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.

Answers to Recent Questions

This section includes answers to questions that residents have asked after arriving on campus. This section will be updated on an ongoing basis, so please bookmark this page and check back as questions about anything involving the residence halls arise.

First, Spartans should do a self-assessment for symptoms of COVID-19, before leaving their residence hall room, daily.

View the Symptoms Check information >

If you feel ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you should stay home, complete a COVID-19 Self Reporting Form, and contact the Student Health Services Medical Clinic (336-334-5340) or your healthcare provider and your instructors immediately. The Dean of Students Office will reach out to you to discuss the reporting process and available support resources.

COVID-19 Self Reporting Form >
Complete a FIXT Work Request >

HRL Maintenance staff are calling residents roughly 30 minutes prior to arrival to ensure no one with the area is having Covid-19 or flu-like symptoms. Staff will also ask the residents to wear a face covering while they are present and/or may request that residents move to another area in the residence hall to maximum social distancing. FIXT has also had several training sessions with Environmental Health & Safety on COVID-19 and PPE usage.
Think of your residence hall assignment as your “campus home,” and any roommates, suitemates or apartment-mates as your UNCG “family unit.” You are not required to wear a face covering in your student room. You and your roommate(s) need to work together to protect each other. You need to discuss what it means to be a family unit. As such it is very important to have a good understanding of each other’s needs and expectations while in the room. Consider how these requirements are designed to protect your family unit and to be considerate of your neighbors and peers as you care for one another.

  • Wear face coverings when you leave your residence hall room, suite, or apartment. While there will be limited circumstances where temporarily removing your face covering will be necessary (e.g., eating, brushing your teeth, bathing), you should still have a face covering with you at all times. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. Disposable masks should be thrown away in appropriate trash receptacles.
  • Maintain good social distance from others (6 feet) in hallways and when you visit community/common areas in your residence hall. These include community bathrooms, parlors, lounge spaces, community kitchens, game rooms, etc.
Check the Dine-on-Campus website for regular updates:

Dine-On-Campus >
For your safety and for that of others, you are expected to wear face coverings in public, practice good hand hygiene and social distancing – both on and off campus – and limit the size of both indoor and outdoor gatherings. Current state guidance limits indoor activities to 10 people and outdoor activities to 25 people. Face coverings and social distancing of at least six feet is required at all times by the City of Greensboro and the State of North Carolina at all gatherings. We must be responsible in all spaces, and expect the same from our neighbors. It is essential that our students take this seriously. Ignoring these guidelines has consequences. Violations of the Governor’s orders around large gatherings are criminal offenses and subject to disciplinary action under the Student Code of Conduct, and directly jeopardize the safety of our community and our ability to operate.

Off-campus students should refrain from hosting gatherings that violate the state order, and all students should avoid situations that increase the risk of exposure.
  • Your Resident Advisor is available as a resource if you need assistance. They will connect with you and support you throughout the academic year.
  • Resident Advisors will provide on-call duty response if you have an emergency in the hall.
  • Resident Advisors will be fully trained in all the new health, safety, cleaning, and physical distancing policies and procedures we have adopted, and are there to help make sure we keep these standards in place at all times.
  • You have a Coordinator for Residence Life and/or an Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life as a resource for you, who lives in the residence hall with you.
Increased cleaning in common areas.
  • High touch surfaces will be wiped down multiple times each day.
  • Community bathrooms will have new disinfectant wipe dispensers so that students may wipe down surfaces before and after use.
Only fellow UNCG residential students will be permitted as guests in the residence halls.
  • Each resident may have only one (1) guest in the residence hall at a time.
  • An overnight guest is not permitted. A guest must leave your room by 2 a.m. No guest is permitted from 2 a.m.-6 a.m. Inside apartments and suites, a guest may be in your room, but should limit their presence in shared spaces.
  • The resident host must escort their guest at all times throughout the building. The guest should not be left alone in the residence hall room. The resident host will assume all responsibility for the actions of the resident's guest.
  • Residents are responsible for ensuring that their guest abides by University Policies and the same policies expected of residential students.
  • Residents and their guest are prohibited from using a bathroom, or shower, not designated for their gender. Residents and their guest are prohibited from having multiple persons present in single use bathrooms or showers at any time.
  • A guest may be required to leave if their behavior is deemed inappropriate by the HRL staff or University Police. Violations of the above visitation policies may result in the termination of guest privileges.

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 fall 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.

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.

Fall 2020 Welcome to Campus

This update includes detailed information that residents need to know before and after they arrive on campus.

Greetings UNCG Residential Students!

We are excited that you are living on campus this upcoming year! We know that you may have questions about what it will be like to live in the residence halls given the unique circumstances we face. Our top priority is to give you the tools you need to make sure that you have an amazing experience. We hope this information will answer some of your questions before you arrive on campus.

Community and Care

As we start this new year, we are all adjusting to a “new normal.” We have a responsibility to be considerate of our community members and peers by practicing safe and healthy behaviors. This information is consistent with state and university guidelines with regard to COVID-19 as we approach the 2020-21 academic year. For additional information, please visit UNC Greensboro’s “Fall 2020: Shield our Spartans," information and bookmark this page so you can check back if you have questions.

Take Responsibility for Your Personal Community

Think of your residence hall assignment as your “campus home,” and any roommates, suitemates or apartment-mates as your UNCG “family unit.” You are not required to wear a face covering in your student room. You and your roommate(s) need to work together to protect each other. You need to discuss what it means to be a family unit. As such it is very important to have a good understanding of each other's needs and expectations while in the room. Consider how these requirements are designed to protect your family unit and to be considerate of your neighbors and peers as you care for one another -- Wear, Wait, Wash.:
  • Wear face coverings when you leave your residence hall room, suite, or apartment. While there will be limited circumstances where temporarily removing your face covering will be necessary (e.g., eating, brushing your teeth, bathing), you should still have a face covering with you at all times. It is equally important to wear face coverings properly. Disposable masks should be thrown away in appropriate trash receptacles.
  • Maintain good social distance from others (6 feet) in hallways and when you visit community/common areas in your residence hall. These include community bathrooms, parlors, lounge spaces, community kitchens, game rooms, etc.
  • Wash your hands often (for at least 20 seconds), especially when you first enter your residence hall or room, and before and after eating. If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer. Sanitizer stations have been placed at the entrances/exits of the residence halls.
  • Spartans should do a self-assessment for symptoms of COVID-19, before leaving their residence hall room, daily. View our symptoms check flyer for details.
  • If you feel ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you should complete a COVID-19 Self Reporting Form, contact Student Health Services Medical Clinic (336.334.5340), and notify the Dean of Students Office (dossaf@uncg.edu) and your instructors immediately. You should stay home and contact Student Health Services or their healthcare provider for medical advice. Someone from the Dean of Students office will reach out to you to discuss the reporting process and available support resources.

New Precautions and Policies

  • Signs with specific information will be posted throughout the residence halls. You will see directional signs, occupancy limits for community spaces, guidelines for elevator use, physical distancing, face covering reminders, and more.
    • Signage will be posted in all community bathrooms and other community spaces.
    • All signs will remain in place as a reminder of safety expectations in your residence hall.
  • The guest/visitation policy has been adjusted to limit potential exposure:
    • Once the move-in period has concluded, only fellow UNCG residential students will be permitted as guests in the residence halls.
    • Each resident may have only one (1) guest in the residence hall at a time.
    • Overnight guests are not permitted. Guests must leave your room by 2 a.m. No guests are permitted from 2 a.m.-6 a.m. Inside apartments and suites, guests may be in your room, but should limit their presence in shared spaces.
  • Increased cleaning in common areas.
    • High touch surfaces will be wiped down multiple times each day.
    • Community bathrooms will have new disinfectant wipe dispensers so that students may wipe down surfaces before and after use.

    Continuing Practices

    Even though we will all be adjusting to a new normal on campus, some things will stay the same for our campus residents.

    In-Hall Staff
    • You will have an awesome Resident Advisor to welcome you and to be a resource if you need assistance. They will connect with you and support you throughout the academic year.
    • Resident Advisors will provide on-call duty response if you have an emergency in the hall.
    • Resident Advisors will be fully trained in all the new health, safety, cleaning, and physical distancing policies and procedures we have adopted, and are there to help make sure we keep these standards in place at all times.
    • You will have a Coordinator for Residence Life and or an Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life to welcome you and be a resource for you.
    Hall Activities
    • Hall Council will be fully operational. For details or more information, please visit the information about Hall Council. Elections will be held on September 8.
    • Programs and community engagement will still occur in your community. How this is handled may be different this year, but we still want you to engage and connect with us, and with your residence hall community.
    • A great experience awaits you where you will learn and grow!

    The Housing Contract Addendum

    In accordance with guidance from the UNC System Office and the University, we have created an Addendum to the 2020-21 Housing Contract, with revisions in response to COVID-19. Please review and acknowledge that you understand and accept these revised terms, as each residential student is bound by the 2020-21 Housing Contract, as well as the 2020-21 Housing Contract Addendum. To gain access, please log into ARTEMIS (the housing portal) and click on the “2020-21 Housing Contract Addendum.” Note: If you do not wish to accept the revised terms of the housing contract, please follow directions in the section below to cancel.

    Cancellation

    • As a new or returning resident, if you do not feel comfortable living on campus given the unique circumstances, the changes made for the health and safety of residents, or the 2020-21 Housing Contract Addendum, you may cancel your housing in ARTEMIS by July 17, and we will refund the $200 pre-payment and you will not be charged any cancellation fees.
    • If you do not cancel your housing by July 17, 2020, the 2020-21 Housing Contract Addendum will be incorporated into your housing contract.
    • After July 17, if you cancel your housing, you will forfeit any pre-payment and you will be charged cancellation fees as listed in the 2020-21 Housing Contract.
    • You may re-apply for Spring 2021 Housing beginning on October 17, 2020

    Fall 2020 Move-In Process

    In addition, the Move-In process will be quite different this year, so please check out Moving In (The Move-In Guide) for specific information on how to prepare and what to expect.

    Special Health Circumstances

    Following guidelines from the Guilford County Health Department and recommendations from the CDC, students who get sick will be required to return home. Student Health staff will work with public health officials to coordinate this process. If a student is unable to travel, a limited number of isolation spaces will be available.

    This is not an exhaustive list of new precautions, continuing practices, or steps you need to take, but it should answer some of your questions and prepare you for living in the residence halls this fall.

    Perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind is this: the safety of everyone at UNCG -- your campus home -- depends on all the individual decisions we make each day to follow guidelines, support each other, and choose to do the right thing to stop the spread of COVID-19. Everyone plays a vital role in making these new policies, procedures, and protocols work so that we can have a great experience together at UNCG.

    This, and additional information, will be added to this page (Housing-Only Coronavirus FAQs) on an ongoing basis, so bookmark the page for future reference. If you have any further questions at this time, please check out the FAQs below, or email hrl@uncg.edu. We can’t wait to have you back on campus! Stay safe, Spartans.
Residential students without an approved exception have vacated the residence halls. The City of Greensboro and Guilford County have issued a “STAY-AT-HOME” ORDER effective 5 p.m., March 27 until April 16.


Refunds for Housing Costs and Dining Plans


As we shared on March 30, UNCG and all 16 other UNC System institutions have committed to providing prorated refunds to students who had to leave residence halls and/or lose access to dining services as a result of the necessary public health actions taken in response to the COVID-19 situation.

Refunds will cover housing costs and dining plans for which payment has already been received. We will communicate directly with students who are receiving refunds. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for refunds.

Per UNC System guidelines, housing and dining refunds will be based on calculations that begin on March 21, the day after students who did not receive exceptions to stay on campus were mandated to vacate their residence halls. Housing and/or dining adjustments will first cover any outstanding charges a student may have on their account. Students that have no charges on their account will receive the full adjustment. Payment will be made via direct deposit or a mailed check, depending on how a student’s account is configured.

Housing adjustments began processing on April 3. Most students will receive an adjustment of 44% of their spring housing charges. Dining adjustments will be applied to student accounts by April 6, and may take up to 5 business days to be completed. These adjustments need to be done manually due to the uniqueness of individual student’s dining account balances. Dining adjustments will be based on a calculation of a student’s swipe plan and their remaining UNCG “Flex Dollar” balance.


We will move as quickly as possible on this process as we work to provide support and relief to our Spartan students and families. All adjustments will be completed before April 30.


Refund FAQs

  • In order to receive your refund via direct deposit, please create a refund profile on the Student Account Center (located on the Student tab in UNCGenie).
  • Once logged in to the Student Account Center, select Refunds, then Set Up Account, then enter your bank information as prompted.
  • For those who wish to continue to receive a paper check instead of direct deposit, please be aware that it will take longer for you to receive your refund by mail. Delivery may be delayed more than usual due to limited staff on campus.
  • Please ensure that your local and permanent address is up-to-date on the Personal Information tab of UNCGenie). If your refund check is returned due to a bad address, it could take several weeks for you to receive your refund.
Direct deposits from housing refunds should hit bank accounts between Thursday and Friday, (April 9-10); paper checks should be mailed on Friday, April 10. Please visit Cashiers & Student Accounts for more information. REMEMBER FRIDAY APRIL 10 IS A BANK HOLIDAY.

Meal Plan refunds were posted to Student Accounts on April 8.  Any refunds due will begin processing on Monday, April 13, 2020.

Questions about the disposition of the refunds and account balances should be directed to the UNCG Cashier’s Office, cashier@uncg.edu.
That means you have a credit and will be getting a refund.
The refund process will be pretty much the same as always. If you do NOT have a bank account in a US bank, you would NOT be able to set up direct deposit. A paper check will be mailed to your local address (first), permanent address (second) and campus address (third).

If you DO have a bank account in a U.S. bank, please follow the steps above to set up direct deposit.
Because of the complexity of meal plans and flex amounts this process will take longer.
There is no additional information available at this time. Please keep checking this page for updates as we have them.


General FAQs

You can mail it to us at the address below. Be sure you pack the key securely and add tracking to your postage.

Housing and Residence Life PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170.

Please include a note with your full name, UNCG ID Number, Residence Hall, and Room Number.


FAQs for Students Approved to Remain in Campus Housing

Just a few reminders about your stay with us during this time.

Housing Policies All housing and university rules still apply. Violation of policies may lead to you being removed from the residence halls.

Visitation No visitors allowed into the halls. You may not have guests or family members enter the halls and/or your rooms. Please avoid gathering in large groups in lounges, public spaces, and or individual apartments. During this time we are still operating under the "social distancing" recommendations.

Need Assistance There is still someone on call to provide assistance if needed. On-call information is posted in your hall.

Spring Garden Apartments: you must take your key with you to avoid being locked out of your room. Doors, unlike in other areas, will lock behind you.

Other Items Please make sure you have your key and Spartan ID card with you at all times. Make sure to check your email for all updates.

It is reasonable to plan for confirmed cases within the UNCG population to emerge at some point. UNCG does have the capability to quarantine or isolate students who remain on campus should the need arise.
COVID-19 required comprehensive, immediate action in every community. UNCG was no exception, and we implemented further measures to keep our students, faculty and staff, and community as safe as possible while contributing to the broader public health effort around COVID-19. Please understand that the situation remains fluid and your patience and flexibility are appreciated. Residential students without an approved exception have vacated the residence halls. Those who were approved to remain on campus can find FAQs about their situation HERE. The City of Greensboro and Guilford County have issued a “STAY-AT-HOME” ORDER effective 5 p.m., March 27 until April 16.

Prorated Refunds for Housing Costs and Dining Plans

The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly and substantially altered the environment for all 20,000 UNCG students and in fact for more than 200,000 students across the UNC System. We recognize the difficulties that have been created as students have moved out of residence halls, lost access to dining, and dealt with a wide range of individually unique challenges. We know that the financial implications of these changes are significant to many of our students and families. So, UNCG and all 16 other UNC System institutions are announcing that students will receive prorated refunds for housing costs and dining plans for which payment has already been received. Refunds will be calculated based on when students without exceptions were required to vacate campus.


Recently you received an email from the University stating that students that were evacuated from the campus would receive an adjustment in charges for housing and meal plans. We are still in the process of applying that adjustment and you will be notified of the particulars in a separate future e-mail.


If the adjustment to your housing and/or meal plans results in a credit balance on your student account, a refund may be processed for you. To ensure that you receive your refund as soon as possible, UNCG strongly encourages you to sign up for direct deposit.
  • In order to receive your refund via direct deposit, please create a refund profile on the Student Account Center (located on the Student tab in UNCGenie).
  • Once logged in to the Student Account Center, select Refunds, then Set Up Account, then enter your bank information as prompted.
  • For those who wish to continue to receive a paper check instead of direct deposit, please be aware that it will take longer for you to receive your refund by mail. Delivery may be delayed more than usual due to limited staff on campus.
  • Please ensure that your local and permanent address is up-to-date on the Personal Information tab of UNCGenie). If your refund check is returned due to a bad address, it could take several weeks for you to receive your refund.


General FAQs

You can mail it to us at the address below. Be sure you pack the key securely and add tracking to your postage.

Housing and Residence Life PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170.

Please include a note with your full name, UNCG ID Number, Residence Hall, and Room Number.


FAQs for Students Approved to Remain in Campus Housing

Just a few reminders about your stay with us during this time. Housing Policies All housing and university rules still apply. Violation of policies may lead to you being removed from the residence halls. Visitation No visitors allowed into the halls. You may not have guests or family members enter the halls and/or your rooms. Please avoid gathering in large groups in lounges, public spaces, and or individual apartments. During this time we are still operating under the "social distancing" recommendations. Need Assistance There is still someone on call to provide assistance if needed. On-call information is posted in your hall. Spring Garden Apartments: you must take your key with you to avoid being locked out of your room. Doors, unlike in other areas, will lock behind you. Other Items Please make sure you have your key and Spartan ID card with you at all times. Make sure to check your email for all updates. It is reasonable to plan for confirmed cases within the UNCG population to emerge at some point. UNCG does have the capability to quarantine or isolate students who remain on campus should the need arise.

It is VERY IMPORTANT to call Student Health Services before going to their office. Call 336.334.3148 or visit their website (https://shs.uncg.edu/health-updates) for information.
At the current time, no. However, be sure to check your iSpartan email often. Procedures are frequently evolving.

If the campus is quarantined, you will not be able to leave campus and this is the reason we evacuated the campus as much as possible. Students who do remain in housing on campus should be aware that access to many facilities and services are limited. This is a highly unusual situation and we have to follow the guidelines issued by the Governor, while making sure that your basic needs are being met.
No. Driving services like Uber or Lyft may be the best option available at this time.
To find out where you can eat on campus, please visit Dine-On-Campus.
Keep checking https://downtowngreensboro.org/, where a list of restaurants that deliver, or are offering curbside service are listed. For now, you are also able to receive food deliveries, but you must meet the delivery person outside the building. This could charge if we are quarantined or told to shelter in place. For food deliveries, use the building addresses located here: https://hrl.uncg.edu/know-how/mail-deliveries/
You will be able to connect with others with Social Media, email, and phone calls only. No visitation or visitors will be allowed, or you may risk having your exception revoked. Until we get updates from the Governor, and while you are still able to leave the residence halls, you may only meet people outside of campus.
The Coordinator for Residence Life staff will remain in the buildings. To contact Housing and Residence Life staff, please use the the Housing and Residence Life Central Office Phone number (336.334.5636). The Coordinators for Residence Life are staff members who will continue to live in their residence hall locations. On-call information is posted in your hall.

March 25 - March 27: Getting Belongings


Currently, we are no longer accepting responses per the Guilford County "Stay-at-Home" Order (See their frequently asked questions.) effective 5 p.m. on March 27 and continuing through April 16. We will notify you when we are able to invite you again to complete a reservation to remove belongings from your room. The halls and student room remain secure and University Police continue to provide safety and security to the campus. NO CHANGES WILL BE ACCEPTED. ALL TIMES FOR MARCH 26 AND MARCH 27 ARE FILLED.
We are now in the next phase, for those students who need to return to campus to get their belongings from the residence halls.

March 25 - April 5: Getting Belongings

We are ready to begin to invite students to return to campus to remove their belongings from their rooms and return their key. This is a voluntary move out and is not required of any student at this time. If you are not interested to removing your belongings at this time, you don't have to come back.

If you are interested in returning to campus to remove your belongings we have set up a process that limits social contact by strictly limiting the number of residents who can access the hall during a four hour window. Using your preference to pick up your belongings either in the morning (8 a.m. - 12 p.m.) or afternoon (1 p.m. - 5 p.m.) between Wednesday March 25 and Friday April 3, we will limit access to the building to 6-8 students. You must complete move out by the end of your prescribed window (12 p.m. in the morning, 5 p.m. in the afternoon). YOU CANNOT COME TO CAMPUS UNTIL YOU ARE APPROVED AND GIVEN A TIME SLOT. Here are the other parameters:

ACCESS
The student will have access only during their confirmed window. You will not have access to the hall unless you have been confirmed. Doors will not be opened. REMEMBER WE ARE TRYING TO ESTABLISH SOCIAL DISTANCE BETWEEN STUDENTS!
ASSISTANCE
The student may only bring one family member or friend to assist with move-out.
PARKING
Parking and loading is strictly limited to parking decks and authorized parking spaces. (This will be strictly enforced by Parking Services and the Police.)
HAND TRUCKS
You must bring your own hand truck or cart. They will not be provided to avoid cross-contamination. Likewise there will be no staff or volunteers to assist with move out.
TRASH
We expect you to remove trash from your room. Trash Chutes will be locked. Trash bags should be brought from home or you can pick them up at Housing in Jefferson Suites.
KEYS
The Room Key must be returned to Housing in Jefferson Suites in the provided self-sealing labeled envelope. A KEY ENVELOPE WILL BE TAPED TO YOUR DOOR!
If you want to remove your belongings during this time period, please complete the form using this link: Request to Get Your Belongings Form >

Having trouble accessing the form? >

After you complete the form, you will be notified of your assigned time.YOU CANNOT COME TO CAMPUS UNTIL YOU ARE APPROVED AND GIVEN A TIME SLOT. If none of your preferences are available, you will be directed to fill out a new form with new preferences. We know that some people will not be able to come during the week, but we are not prepared to offer a Saturday option at this time.


IN THE EVENT THE GOVERNOR ISSUES A SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER, ALL BELONGING MOVE-OUTS WILL BE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.


More Information
We are working with the UNC System, along with state elected officials, to address refunds and reimbursements. They have indicated that decisions about refunds for housing and dining fees will be postponed until we are beyond the imminent issues facing us with mitigating the spread of the virus. We will not have any additional information to share with you until that time. This also applies to campus-based fees, including parking and student activities facilities and programs.

It is reasonable to plan for confirmed cases within the UNCG population to emerge at some point. UNCG does have the capability to quarantine or isolate students who remain on campus should the need arise.


General FAQs

You can mail it to us at the address below. Be sure you pack the key securely and add tracking to your postage.

Housing and Residence Life PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170.

Please include a note with your full name, UNCG ID Number, Residence Hall, and Room Number.

Guidance for Residential Students

COVID-19 required comprehensive, immediate action in every community. UNCG was no exception, and we implemented further measures to keep our students, faculty and staff, and community as safe as possible while contributing to the broader public health effort around COVID-19. Please understand that the situation remains fluid and your patience and flexibility are appreciated.

Residential Students Without an Approved Exception Have Vacated the Residence Halls


Based on state guidance, we kept a limited number of residence hall spaces open for those who did not have any practical alternative. No student was left without a viable option. Only students who secured an exception from Student Affairs were allowed to remain on campus. Students who received an exception may be moved to a different location to remain on campus. We are working with the UNC System, along with state elected officials, to address refunds and reimbursements. They have indicated that decisions about refunds for housing and dining fees will be postponed until we are beyond the imminent issues facing us with mitigating the spread of the virus. We will not have any additional information to share with you until that time. This also applies to campus-based fees, including parking and student activities facilities and programs. It is reasonable to plan for confirmed cases within the UNCG population to emerge at some point. UNCG does have the capability to quarantine or isolate students who remain on campus should the need arise.


General FAQs

You can mail it to us at the address below. Be sure you pack the key securely and add tracking to your postage.

Housing and Residence Life PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170.

Please include a note with your full name, UNCG ID Number, Residence Hall, and Room Number.


FAQs for Students Approved to Remain in Campus Housing

It is VERY IMPORTANT to call Student Health Services before going to their office. Call 336.334.3148 or visit their website (https://shs.uncg.edu/health-updates) for information.
At the current time, no. However, be sure to check your iSpartan email often. Procedures are frequently evolving.

If the campus is quarantined, you will not be able to leave campus and this is the reason we evacuated the campus as much as possible. Students who do remain in housing on campus should be aware that access to many facilities and services are limited. This is a highly unusual situation and we have to follow the guidelines issued by the Governor, while making sure that your basic needs are being met.
No. Driving services like Uber or Lyft may be the best option available at this time.
To find out where you can eat on campus, please visit Dine-On-Campus.
Keep checking https://downtowngreensboro.org/, where a list of restaurants that deliver, or are offering curbside service are listed. For now, you are also able to receive food deliveries, but you must meet the delivery person outside the building. This could charge if we are quarantined or told to shelter in place. For food deliveries, use the building addresses located here: https://hrl.uncg.edu/know-how/mail-deliveries/
You will be able to connect with others with Social Media, email, and phone calls only. No visitation or visitors will be allowed, or you may risk having your exception revoked. Until we get updates from the Governor, and while you are still able to leave the residence halls, you may only meet people outside of campus.
The Coordinator for Residence Life staff will remain in the buildings. To contact Housing and Residence Life staff, please use the the Housing and Residence Life Central Office Phone number (336.334.5636). The Coordinators for Residence Life are staff members who will continue to live in their residence hall locations. On-call information is posted in your hall.
Dear UNCG Community,

As you likely know from new national and state directives, it has become clear that effectively reducing the spread of COVID-19 requires even more comprehensive, immediate action in every community. UNCG is no exception, and we must now implement further measures to keep our students, faculty and staff, and community as safe as possible while contributing to the broader public health effort around COVID-19. Policy discussions are happening frequently and we are making decisions rapidly; please understand that the situation remains fluid and your patience and flexibility are appreciated.

UNCG will remain open in an effort to serve students to the best of our ability, but the conditions of our operations will further change. Specifically:


Residential Students Must Vacate by 5 p.m., Friday, March 20 Unless They Receive an Exception

EXPEDITED CLOSING PROCEDURES


Effective immediately, students must vacate all UNCG residence halls, suites, and apartments by 5pm Friday, March 20. Students able to leave more quickly are asked to do so.

Our strong preference is for students to return home if at all possible, rather than moving into off-campus housing in groups. This best serves our students and the public health mandate for social distancing.

Students who are away from UNCG and not currently in campus housing SHOULD NOT return for their remaining belongings until directed.

Spring 2020 Expedited Closing Process >

FAQs About Expedited Closing

For Students Packing and Leaving Campus Housing

You don't have to bring everything with you, but definitely bring everything that's important or valuable. Students who are not removing all of their belongings should keep their room key for when they return to pick up belongings at a later date. Students may not return to collect any items left behind until directed. Use the link below for more information.

Spring 2020 Expedited Closing Procedures >
We are working with the UNC System, along with state elected officials, to address refunds and reimbursements. They have indicated that decisions about refunds for housing and dining fees will be postponed until we are beyond the imminent issues facing us with mitigating the spread of the virus. We will not have any additional information to share with you until that time. This also applies to campus-based fees, including parking and student activities facilities and programs.
The trash chutes are currently locked to prevent gatherings of people who are moving out, to avoid clogging the area with trash from residents, and to simplify the overall trash removal process. Please use the dumpsters and recycle dumpsters outside the buildings.
No, Philo is only available while residents are on campus. However if you are at home you can use HBO Go and Max Go on your laptop, phones, or tablets.

Find Out More >
Yes.

Classes that can, will be transitioning to online courses so you will need your laptop or any other devices you used to do school work.

Please visit KeepLearning.uncg.edu, KeepTeaching.uncg.edu, KeepWorking.uncg.edu, and KeepResearching.uncg.edu for comprehensive information and guides to the University's support resources and tools that you may need to ensure instruction, research, and business continuity.
You will follow a very specific Check-Out process during this unusual situation, so please follow all instructions.

See Specific Check Out Information >
We always encourage students to take all valuables home with them, as they would during Winter Break. The buildings will remain locked to the student population beginning 5 p.m. on March 20.
As soon as it is possible, we will be in contact to invite you back to remove your stuff and turn in your key. Students may not return to collect any items left behind until directed.
Yes, all processes will remain open in Artemis. All Upperclassmen can still log in and select spaces, de-assign, and cancel. Potential Services that may be limited or not possible if the front office is closed:
  • Lock Changes
  • Lock Outs
  • Room Changes
Summer 2020 Housing will be provided ONLY if the university is offering Face-to-Face classes.

Information regarding summer housing will be available here, under "Summer 2020."

EXCEPTION REQUESTS


Based on state guidance, we will keep a limited number of residence hall spaces open for those who do not have any practical alternative. No student will be left without a viable option. Only students who secured an exception from Student Affairs are allowed to remain on campus past Friday, March 20. Exceptions were considered that were requested by 12 p.m. Wednesday, March 18. Decisions on exceptions will be made as soon as possible. Students who receive an exception may be moved to a different location to remain on campus.

Details for Exception Requests >

It is reasonable to plan for confirmed cases within the UNCG population to emerge at some point. UNCG does have the capability to quarantine or isolate students who remain on campus should the need arise.

FAQs for Approved Exception Requests

For Students Approved to Remain in Campus Housing

No. We had more than 400 requests and only a small number were from International students. If the Governor asks the campus to “Shelter in Place,” or should the campus be “quarantined,” you will not be able to leave campus at all. This is the reason we are evacuating the campus as much as possible.
Our goal is to relocate students beginning on Monday, March 23. We need to identify spaces and make sure that we make re-assignments that will best meet your needs during this unusual situation.
It is VERY IMPORTANT to call Student Health Services before going to their office. Call 336.334.3148 or visit their website (https://shs.uncg.edu/health-updates) for information.
At the current time, no. However, if the Governor moves us to “Shelter in Place,” you will be confined to your building, or possibly to your room.

If the campus is quarantined, you will not be able to leave campus and this is the reason we are evacuating the campus as much as possible. Students who do remain in housing on campus should be aware that access to many facilities and services are limited. This is a highly unusual situation and we have to follow the guidelines issued by the Governor, while making sure that your basic needs are being met.
That has not been determined yet, but you will not be placed in a building with a community bathroom. In general, we expect that you would only be sharing with up to three other students in the same apartment at the most. Please check back for details as we have them.
Laundry will remain available in your hall. Please continue to check the HRL Laundry page for availability of washers and dryers.
No. Driving services like Uber or Lyft may be the best option available at this time.
You will be able to connect with others with Social Media, email, and phone calls only. No visitation or visitors will be allowed, or you may risk having your exception revoked. Until we get updates from the Governor, and while you are still able to leave the residence halls, you may only meet people outside of campus.
To find out where you can eat on campus, please visit Dine-On-Campus.
We are working with the UNC System, along with state elected officials, to address refunds and reimbursements. They have indicated that decisions about refunds for housing and dining fees will be postponed until we are beyond the imminent issues facing us with mitigating the spread of the virus. We will not have any additional information to share with you until that time. This also applies to campus-based fees, including parking and student activities facilities and programs.
Keep checking https://downtowngreensboro.org/, where a list of restaurants that deliver, or are offering curbside service are listed. For now, you are also able to receive food deliveries, but you must meet the delivery person outside the building. This could charge if we are quarantined or told to shelter in place. For food deliveries, use the building addresses located here: https://hrl.uncg.edu/know-how/mail-deliveries/
You will have access to the same wireless options you have used on campus. The 6-Tech Online Portal offers wireless support.
Contact your employer/supervisor for information specific to your situation.
The trash chutes are currently locked to prevent gatherings of people who are moving out, to avoid clogging the area with trash from residents, and to simplify the overall trash removal process. Please use the dumpsters and recycle dumpsters outside the buildings.

Housing FAQs Regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19)

The university is encouraging students to vacate the residence halls and return home, if possible. However, students may continue to live on campus in their current rooms as needed. Students will receive updates periodically through iSpartan email accounts. This is a rapidly changing situation and this page will contain ongoing updates regarding housing on campus.

We are asking all residents to fill out the Notification of Occupancy Form to share their travel intentions (Leaving or Staying).
Notification of Occupancy Form >

Having Issues Accessing the Form? Click here >
For all university-related information, please regularly visit UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website. Only housing-related issues appear here.
UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website >

STAYING ON CAMPUS?


The University has been monitoring the COVID-19 situation and has decided to suspend all face-to-face classes from March 16 - 20 as a precaution. See the University’s Novel COVID-19 Information Page for more information.
The University is acting to ensure the safety of our students. The goal is to minimize situations in which members of our community might be exposed to those who have COVID-19, and to protect our students, faculty and staff who might be at elevated risk.
The university is encouraging students to vacate the residence halls and return home, if possible. However, students may continue to live on campus in their current rooms as needed. Students will receive updates periodically.

We are asking all residents to fill out the Notification of Occupancy Form to share their plans (Leaving or Staying).
NO! While the university is encouraging students to vacate the residence halls and return home to continue with their online courses, students may continue to live on campus in their current rooms as needed. Students will receive updates periodically.

To check on the status of a facility or service that you use, please go directly to their website. Some useful links are listed on this page.
Students may remain in their current rooms until further notice. Students should complete the Notification of Occupancy Form.
No. Students who do remain in housing on campus should be aware that access to many facilities and services including dining, post office, recreation, and libraries may be limited.
There will be RA coverage and residence life professional staff members available across campus. Your RA will continue to support you but they may not be on campus. Please utilize the duty phone number to contact the staff.
Housekeeping and FIXT will remain as usual. Housekeeping will be giving extra attention to high contact spaces.
Here is the link for dining schedule for March 13-19. Check the Dine-on-Campus website for regular updates:

Dine-On-Campus >

NOT STAYING ON CAMPUS?


Whenever you leave your residence for an extended period of time, please remove your valuables. Here are a few suggested items.

Important Items
Medications
Phone
Charging Cables

Class Materials
Notebooks
Binders
Textbooks

Technology
Computer
Game console(s)
Headphones
No decision has been made regarding any refunds or reimbursements for tuition, fees, housing, or meal plan costs. More information will be provided when available.
No, Philo is only available while residents are on campus. However if you are at home you can use HBO Go and Max Go on your laptop, phones, or tablets.

Find Out More >
Yes. Classes that can, will be transitioning to online courses so you will need your laptop or any other devices you used to do school work.

Please visit KeepLearning.uncg.edu, KeepTeaching.uncg.edu, KeepWorking.uncg.edu, and KeepResearching.uncg.edu for comprehensive information and guides to the University's support resources and tools that you may need to ensure instruction, research, and business continuity.
No. You will remove your belongings and return your key at the end of the semester.
Yes, all processes will remain open in Artemis. All Upperclassmen can still log in and select spaces, de-assign, and cancel. Potential Services that may be limited or not possible if the front office is closed:
  • Lock Changes
  • Lock Outs
  • Room Changes
Summer 2020 Housing will be provided ONLY if the university is offering Face-to-Face classes.

Information regarding summer housing will be available here, under "Summer 2020."

Only housing-related issues appear on this page. For all university-related information, please regularly visit UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website.
UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website >


Effective immediately students must vacate UNCG residence halls and University housing. Those who are able to leave should do so within 48 hours. This includes removing personal belongings and turning in keys, like at the end of a semester.
Check Out Information >


Students wanting their USPS mail/packages forwarded will need to submit a forwarding form with Spartan Mail. To request temporary mail forwarding, please review the information on our forwarding form. Students who are not currently in campus housing should NOT return until directed, once the situation is safer and more stable. Based on state guidance, we will keep a limited number of residence hall spaces open for those who do not have any practical alternative. No student will be left without a viable option. Only students who pass a health screening and secure an exception from Student Affairs will be allowed to remain on campus. Exceptions must be requested within 24 hours. Decisions on exceptions will be made as soon as possible. Students who receive an exception may be moved to a different location to remain on campus.
Details for Exemption Requests >

We are asking all residents to fill out the Notification of Occupancy Form to share their travel intentions (Leaving or Staying). Notification of Occupancy Form > Having Issues Accessing the Form? Click here >
For all university-related information, please regularly visit UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website. Only housing-related issues appear here. UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website >

Housing and Residence Life will be closing for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.

This was not an easy decision to make and came only after reviewing the range of options available in light of the rapidly changing situation in North Carolina, and nationally. In an effort to encourage social distancing and keep our community and its members safe, the Residence Halls will close on Sunday March 22, 2020, at 5 p.m.


Residents Currently ON Campus
Residents who have remained on campus during the week of March 16 will need to remove their belongings from the residence halls between Tuesday, March 17 - Sunday, March 22.


Residents Currently OFF Campus
We are asking residents who have already gone from campus to remove their belongings from campus between Tuesday, March 24 - Sunday, March 29.


Checkout Procedures
  • Clean all food items out of refrigerators. If you have a MicroFridge, you will receive a separate email with cleaning instructions.
  • Dispose of all trash in your room or apartment.
  • Trash chutes will be locked.
  • Close and lock all windows and lower blinds.
  • Set thermostat to low or 72 degrees
  • Turn off lights.
  • Close and lock the room.
  • Return key in an express checkout envelope to designate location in your Residence Hall/Community


More Information
Residents will not be able to stay in the residence hall past March 22. If for some reason you are unable to move out of the building by March 22, or are unable to relocate during the specified time period, please click here. Please understand that you may be relocated to another space on campus.

Please visit KeepLearning.uncg.edu, KeepTeaching.uncg.edu, KeepWorking.uncg.edu, and KeepResearching.uncg.edu for comprehensive information and guides to the University's support resources and tools that you may need to ensure instruction, research, and business continuity.
For all university-related information, please regularly visit UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website. Only housing-related issues appear here. UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website >
We have received many questions from students and families regarding the e-mail sent to the University Community on Wednesday, March 12. We know that you may be anxious and concerned and are working to provide you with answers to those questions in a timely manner. Please review the information below and click on the links provided. We will be updating our web site on a regular basis as we receive new information. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate through these changes.

We have tried to answer many of your questions in the Housing-Only Coronavirus FAQs. This page will be updated frequently as new information becomes available.


Listed below are some of the most important/relevant pieces of information.

  1. While the e-mail stated that student are encouraged to leave campus, the residence halls will remain open and available to all residents . You do not need special permission to stay. To insure your access, better manage our staff resources, and contact you with the latest updates, we are requesting that you complete the form at the link below. Notification of Occupancy Form >
    Whether you plan on staying some or all of the time, or you are leaving campus, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM. We will continue to follow up with emails to students who do not complete the form.
  2. Services on campus during this break period will be limited. Please check the web site of any service or department for the latest update on operating hours and services that will be provided. Please refer to the Housing FAQs listed above or visit our website at hrl.uncg.edu and click on the COVID-19 Tab.
  3. Please go to the Dining Services web site for information about availability of meals during the March 13-22 period: https://www.dineoncampus.com/uncg If you are leaving campus during this period, please be sure to do the following before you leave:
    • Empty your trash and recycling
    • Unplug electrical devices
    • Take home any valuables
    • Remove perishable food from your refrigerator or room
    • Lock your door
  4. We will be sending a follow up e-mail on Thursday, March 19, with more information about housing for the period of March 23 to the scheduled end of the semester during the week of May 4-8.
  5. As always, if you have a specific question that is not answered with the links provided, please feel free to e-mail hrl@uncg.edu.


For all university-related information, please regularly visit UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website. Only housing-related issues appear here.
UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website >

Housing FAQs Regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19)

The university is encouraging students to vacate the residence halls and return home, if possible. However, students may continue to live on campus in their current rooms as needed. Students will receive updates periodically through iSpartan email accounts. This is a rapidly changing situation and this page will contain ongoing updates regarding housing on campus.

We are asking all residents to fill out the Notification of Occupancy Form to share their travel intentions (Leaving or Staying). Notification of Occupancy Form > Having Issues Accessing the Form? Click here >
For all university-related information, please regularly visit UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website. Only housing-related issues appear here. UNCG's dedicated coronavirus website >

STAYING ON CAMPUS?


The University has been monitoring the COVID-19 situation and has decided to suspend all face-to-face classes from March 16 - 20 as a precaution. See the University’s Novel COVID-19 Information Page for more information.
The University is acting to ensure the safety of our students. The goal is to minimize situations in which members of our community might be exposed to those who have COVID-19, and to protect our students, faculty and staff who might be at elevated risk.
The university is encouraging students to vacate the residence halls and return home, if possible. However, students may continue to live on campus in their current rooms as needed. Students will receive updates periodically.

We are asking all residents to fill out the Notification of Occupancy Form to share their plans (Leaving or Staying).
NO! While the university is encouraging students to vacate the residence halls and return home to continue with their online courses, students may continue to live on campus in their current rooms as needed. Students will receive updates periodically.

To check on the status of a facility or service that you use, please go directly to their website. Some useful links are listed on this page.
Students may remain in their current rooms until further notice. Students should complete the Notification of Occupancy Form.
No. Students who do remain in housing on campus should be aware that access to many facilities and services including dining, post office, recreation, and libraries may be limited.
There will be RA coverage and residence life professional staff members available across campus. Your RA will continue to support you but they may not be on campus. Please utilize the duty phone number to contact the staff.
Housekeeping and FIXT will remain as usual. Housekeeping will be giving extra attention to high contact spaces.
Here is the link for dining schedule for March 13-19. Check the Dine-on-Campus website for regular updates:

Dine-On-Campus >

NOT STAYING ON CAMPUS?


Whenever you leave your residence for an extended period of time, please remove your valuables. Here are a few suggested items.

Important Items
Medications
Phone
Charging Cables

Class Materials
Notebooks
Binders
Textbooks

Technology
Computer
Game console(s)
Headphones
No decision has been made regarding any refunds or reimbursements for tuition, fees, housing, or meal plan costs. More information will be provided when available.
No, Philo is only available while residents are on campus. However if you are at home you can use HBO Go and Max Go on your laptop, phones, or tablets.

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Yes. Classes that can, will be transitioning to online courses so you will need your laptop or any other devices you used to do school work.

Please visit KeepLearning.uncg.edu, KeepTeaching.uncg.edu, KeepWorking.uncg.edu, and KeepResearching.uncg.edu for comprehensive information and guides to the University's support resources and tools that you may need to ensure instruction, research, and business continuity.
No. You will remove your belongings and return your key at the end of the semester.
Yes, all processes will remain open in Artemis. All Upperclassmen can still log in and select spaces, de-assign, and cancel. Potential Services that may be limited or not possible if the front office is closed:
  • Lock Changes
  • Lock Outs
  • Room Changes
Summer 2020 Housing will be provided ONLY if the university is offering Face-to-Face classes.

Information regarding summer housing will be available here, under "Summer 2020."