Spring Move-In Information

Covid Testing and Covid Vaccination before Spring 2002 Move-In

Before you return to campus for the Spring 2022 semester, please familiarize yourself with the steps you need to take prior to your arrival from January 6-10, 2022. This process is different depending upon whether you are or are not vaccinated, so please be sure you understand the difference.

  • If you were a resident student in Fall 2021 and submitted proof of vaccination, you will continue to be exempted from periodic testing for the Spring 2022 semester.
  • If you are not fully vaccinated and have not submitted proof of vaccination to hrlcovid@uncg.edu, you will be subject to periodic testing before arriving on campus in January and throughout the Spring Semester. The complete schedule of testing will be available at the Housing Covid-19 page .

Hall Opening and Early Arrivals

The Residence Halls reopen for Spring 2022 at 8 am on Thursday, January 6. Fall Residents who have been vaccinated will have access at that time and can access their room and stay for the Spring 2022 semester.

Students subject to periodic testing will have their Spartan Card access re-activated as soon as they have met the re-entry testing requirement.

Assigned Students who need to arrive early can complete and early arrival request form in ARTEMIS beginning on December 15 to gain access and stay on campus as early as 8 am on January 4. If approved for early arrival , a $50 early arrival charge will be placed on the student account in February. Students who are Not Vaccinated and approved for early arrival must submit test results collected within 7 days of their early arrival.

  • New Spring 2022 applicants will pick up their room key and Spartan Card(if they have had one made in advance at this link) at the Housing Office in Ragsdale-Mendenhall between 8 am and 5 pm on Thursday, January 6 or Friday January 7.
  • New Spring 2022 residents must submit a copy of a complete vaccination card to hrlcovid@uncg.edu prior to receiving their room key and gaining access to their hall. If not vaccinated, they must follow the testing protocols at the Housing Covid-19 page.


Returning to Campus
All residents and guests returning to campus must follow all parking regulations, and may only stop, unload, and/or park in approved locations Residents with valid 2021-2022 UNCG Parking permits may park in those designated areas according to your permit. Please contact the Parking Operations and Campus Access Management office with any questions.
KEYS:
For those who have not yet picked up their keys, they will be available in the Housing Office in Ragsdale-Mendenhall between 8am and 5 pm Thursday Janaury 6 and Friday January 7.
  • Keys will only be issued to students who have provided proof of vaccination or a current negative Covid test.
For those who already have their keys:
  • You may only park or stop in approved university parking locations.
  • If you are being dropped off, please identify a parking lot close to your hall and exit the vehicle quickly. Do not park where you do not have a valid permit.
  • For those who need to park, you may park in open Parking Decks for an hourly fee.
  • 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.
Students may choose to move in on January 4 or 5 as an Early Arrival.
The "Spring 2022 Early Arrival Form will be available in in ARTEMIS beginning on December 15. Early arrival charges are as follows and will be placed on your student account in February, 2022:
  • Tuesday, January 4, from 8 a.m.54 p.m.for an additional $50
  • Wednesday, January 5, from 8 a.m.5 p.m., for an additional $50
Students who have their room key, will gain access at 8 am Students who must pick up a key must come to the Office of Housing and Residence Life in Ragsdale/Mendenhall between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to check-in and receive theri key and access to their hall. There will be no check-in on the weekend (Saturday, January 8 & Sunday, January 9) so please plan accordingly.
Late Arrivals
If you are planning to arrive after 5 p.m. on January 10, you will be considered a late arrival. You must send an email to hrl@uncg.edu to hold your assignment after the check-in deadline, otherwise your housing assignment could be changed or canceled per the housing contract.
Students will now be able to make changes to their meal plans after December 15, 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 instructions to make a change

Please note: all students are considered commuter students until housing and meal plan charges are posted on student accounts.
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
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 2021 Move In Information

Below is the process we followed this semester, for reference purposes only. All links have been deactivated.

Fall 2021: The Two-Stage Arrival Process

To facilitate a family-friendly and efficient Fall Move-in process, Housing and Residence Life is once again implementing a two stage move-in process. HRL emailed detailed instructions to your iSpartan email account on July 7, along with a link to sign up for a specific date and time slot for Stage 1.
STAGE 1: Stop, Drop, and Roll
Stop, Drop and Roll has ended.
Now it is time to plan for Stage 2: Stay, Live, and Learn. Updated Directions and information about room keys for that stage are now available!
STAGE 2: Stay, Live, and Learn
August 11-15: You will return to campus (prior to the start of fall 2021 classes) and you WILL stay on campus.

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. This process is different depending upon whether you are or are not vaccinated, so please be sure you understand the difference.
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 details for the "Got the Shot" Incentive

Important Dates for Move-In
Please be aware that the following halls are part of Stop, Drop & Roll on ALL dates: Cone, Grogan, Guilford, Mary Foust, Moore-Strong, North & South Spencer, Phillips-Hawkins, The Quad, Ragsdale-Mendenhall, Reynolds, Spring Garden Apartments. Additional halls will open on the dates indicated for the Stop, Drop and Roll Process (with the date highlighted in blue. We strongly recommend you take advantage of Stop, Drop, and Roll if you are able to do so, as there will be limited parking in and around the halls during general move-in beginning on August 11.
Move-In Snapshot

Additional Move-In Information

Returning to Campus
The parking areas that were open during Stop, Drop, and Roll are no longer available. All residents and guests returning to campus must follow all parking regulations, and may only stop, unload, and/or park in approved locations Residents with valid 2021-2022 UNCG Parking permits may park in those designated areas according to your permit. Please contact the Parking Operations and Campus Access Management office with any questions.
KEYS:
For those who have not yet picked up their keys, they will be available in your hall beginning on Wednesday, August 11 at 8 a.m.
  • Keys will only be issued to students who have provided proof of vaccination or a current negative Covid test.
For those who already have their keys:
  • You may only park or stop in approved university parking locations. The locations reserved for Stop, Drop, and Roll are no longer an option.
  • If you are being dropped off, please identify a parking lot close to your hall and exit the vehicle quickly. Do not park where you do not have a valid permit.
  • For those who need to park, you may park in open Parking Decks for an hourly fee (McIver deck is free on August 11th only).
  • 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. See details for the Stay, Live, and Learn Process >
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 August 6, 9, or 10, but move-in staff will not be available to assist with their belongings.


Early Arrivals
The "Fall 2021 Early Arrival Form” located in ARTEMIS. Early arrival charges are as follows and will be placed on your student account in September, 2021:
  • Friday, August 6, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., for an additional $100
  • Monday, August 9, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., for an additional $50
  • Tuesday, August 10, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., 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 7 & Sunday, August 8), so please plan accordingly.


Late Arrivals
If you are planning to arrive after 5 p.m. on August 16, you will be considered a late arrival. You must send an email to hrl@uncg.edu to hold your assignment after the check-in deadline, otherwise your housing assignment could be changed or canceled per the housing contract.
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 after June 18 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 instrucutions to make a change

Please note: all students are considered commuter students until housing and meal plan charges are posted on student accounts in late June/early July.
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 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 Fall 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 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.