Are you arriving early for your orientation session? If so, University Housing is offering overnight accommodations. You will be housed in the same room you will stay in for your orientation session. The cost is $20.00 per person for early arrival housing.
How do I register?
Registering is easy. Just fill out the Early Arrival Reservation Request form (Please select the correct Orientation session you are attending!)
Pre-payment is required. You will receive an email with a secure link to make payment for Early Arrival housing. We accept Visa & MasterCard.
Upon receipt of payment, you will receive an email confirmation with instructions for check-in.
What if I lose the key(s) to my room?
You will be issued two keys upon check-in. One is for the suite door and one is for the room door. If you lose a key, you will be charged $125 per key for replacement. Please keep track of your room keys!
While staying with us on-campus during Orientation, you are held responsible for your actions along with any guests. You are also expected to abide by all University related policies, along with state and federal laws.
All of our buildings are non-smoking. If you smoke, you will only be permitted to do so outside, at least 25 feet from the building.
Students staff the Service Desk in the lobby and function in a duty rotation in the evenings in the event of an emergency. The staff member's name and phone number will be posted in the lobby area at the Service Desk should you have a question and/or problem.
Televisions, phones and radios are not provided in student rooms; please remember to bring your cell phone charger and an alarm clock! Remember, you must also provide your own linens. There will be no phone service available in your room during your stay. If there is an emergency and your parents/guardians need to get a message to you, they can contact the New Student Orientation office at (919) 515-1234, University Housing at (919) 515-4398 or Campus Police at (919) 515-3000.
Contact Guest Services via email if you have any questions.
To view more information about New Student Orientation, please visit their website.