UNCG student Montero Carter smiles as he works to move into his dorm at UNCG on Thursday, August 14, 2014. (David Wilson/UNCG photo)
It’s an exciting time of the year when you will move to UNCG to make the campus your home. New students should become familiar with all of the information about moving into the residence halls in the fall. Returning residents can quickly find the bits of information they need by selecting from the information below.

Download the UNCG Guides App

Download the UNCG Guides App and click on the Housing and Residence Life sub-guide to find a phone-friendly way of viewing this information as you prepare for Move-In. It’s the same UNCG Guide App you used at SOAR.

Look for our “Welcome Home” and “All Moved In” Snapchat filters this week. They will be available during the day in and around the Elliott University Center, Jackson Library and Moran Commons.

Hall NameMove-In Date
Bailey (Quad)Thurs., August 10
Coit (Quad)Thurs., August 10
Cotton (Quad)Thurs., August 10
Gray (Quad)Thurs., August 10
GroganThurs., August 10
GuilfordWed., August 9
Haywood (Spartan Village)Fri., August 11
Highland (Spartan Village)Fri., August 11
Hinshaw (Quad)Thurs., August 10
Jamison (Quad)Thurs., August 10
Jefferson SuitesWed., August 9
Lee (Spartan Village)Thurs., August 10
Lexington (Spartan Village Phase 2 )Wed., August 9
Lofts on LeeWed., August 9
Mary FoustWed., August 9
McCormick (Spartan Village Phase 2)Wed., August 9
Moore/StrongThurs., August 10
North SpencerThurs., August 10
Phillips/HawkinsFri., August 11
Ragsdale/MendenhallFri., August 11
ReynoldsFri., August 11
Shaw (Quad)Thurs., August 10
South SpencerThurs., August 10
Spring Garden ApartmentsFri., August 11
Tower VillageThurs., August 10
Union (Spartan Village)Thurs., August 10
Weil/WinfieldWed., August 9

For your convenience, directions to your specific residence hall and to parking locations for moving in for the fall semester are contained in multiple .pdfs for printing. Please feel free to print the instructions that apply to you prior to your arrival, so you can have this information at your fingertips.

Directions to the Residence Halls 
CoitJefferson SuitesRagsdale-Mendenhall
GroganLofts on LeeSouth-Spencer
GuilfordMary FoustSpring Garden
HaywoodMcCormickTower Village
HinshawNorth SpencerWeil-Winfield
Log in to Artemis to find housing assignment informationIt’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.
We understand that in some cases arrival times need to be adjusted. If you find that you need to arrive earlier or later than the designated move-in window of time allows, we ask that you take certain steps. This is important for HRL staff and preparations that need to be made. Students may choose to move in on a day between August 9-11, 2017, that is not their designated day, but move-in staff will not be available to assist with their belongings. Students participating in the August SOAR are able to move in to their assigned hall on Wednesday.

Early Arrivals
The "Fall 2017 Early Arrival Request” form will start recording requests for Fall 2017 Early Arrivals on June 1, 2017. Early check-in will only occur on:
  • Friday, August 4, for an additional $100
  • Monday, August 7, for an additional $50
  • Tuesday, August 8, for an additional $50
Early arrivals must come to the Office of Housing and Residence Life in Ragsdale/Mendenhall between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to check-in and receive keys. There will be no check-in on the weekend (Saturday, August 5 & Sunday, August 6), so please plan accordingly.

Late Arrivals
If you will not be able to check into your Fall assignment prior to 5 p.m. on August 21, please email hrl@uncg.edu.
Before you arrive on campus, you can get your supplies prepared. You can use the “What to Bring/What Not to Bring” lists as a packing guide.

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

Residence Hall Linens Program

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

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

Rent a MicroFridge
  • Residents can check into their assigned hall from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Residents checking in after 5 p.m. should follow instructions on how to contact duty staff, which will be placed on building entrances.*
  • Students should bring their SpartanCards to their assigned residence halls to check-in and get keys on the designated move-in day. It is recommended that family members park and stay with the car as students sign for their keys.
*Note: in unusual situations, these dates may be subject to change. If this is the case, students will be notified of any updates via email.
Following are some tips for move-in:
  • Plan for the weather. Moving can be challenging, so dress appropriately. North Carolina can get very hot in August.
  • Bring your SpartanCards to show staff members in your building from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., in order to check in and receive your keys. Residents checking in after 5 p.m. should follow instructions on how to contact duty staff, which will be placed on building entrances.
  • It is recommended that family members park and stay with the car as students sign for their keys. Parking is limited and is at a premium. Please park in designated areas and move your materials quickly so you can move your car out of the flow of traffic, so another student can unload.
There is limited assistance available at move-in, so you should plan to move yourself in on your own. If you have a hand-truck or cart of some kind, you may wish to use it to speed up the process. Friends and families are welcome to come and help too! Each year staff and faculty from UNCG, student organizations, as well as members of the Greensboro community volunteer their time to assist students and their families with moving belongings into the halls. Make sure to look for these individuals if you need assistance.
  • The Chill Zone, AUGUST 9-11 When move-in has you feeling the heat, take a break at the Chill Zone, sponsored by the Office of New Student Transitions & First Year Experience, Undergraduate Admissions, Alumni Affairs, and the Dean of Students Office.

    Students and their families are invited to enjoy ice-cold water and frozen treats, grab a UNCG giveaway, and meet other Spartans at the Chill Zone. Plus, register for a drawing to win a $100 gift card for the UNCG Bookstore! Look for the Chill Zone tent on Moran Commons from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day during UNCG’S 2017 Fall Move-In.
  • Elevators Most of the residence halls have elevators. Those that do not are: Guilford, Mary Foust, North Spencer, Ragsdale/Mendenhall, South Spencer, and Weil-Winfield.
  • Trash and Recycling Once you arrive and have settled into your room a bit, you will need to get rid of some moving boxes and other unwanted materials. The Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling provides a specific area for cardboard, and other types of recyclables, and standard trash bins or dumpsters. Please check with members of the HRL staff if you need assistance finding these locations.
  • Water Water will be provided at designated move-in locations throughout the move-in process. As it tends to get a little warm this time of year in Greensboro, make sure you cool yourself down with ice-cold water. Locations will vary. Ask a move-in volunteer if you need help in finding some.


NAV1GATE is for incoming freshmen and transfer students. It is a full day, August 14, set aside for you to begin to understand the people, ideas and opportunities that await you during your time here at UNCG. It is a day set aside entirely for you – our newest Spartans — to be inspired while also getting serious about the path ahead. Find Out More >

Move-In Crews

Move-In: McIver Parking Deck

Your Check-in Point

Elevators, Stairs and Recycling