After receiving a negative COVID-19 test result and attending orientation sessions at the TU Arrival Center, students began moving into their on-campus residence halls this week. Move-In this year will be conducted differently this year with several COVID-19 protocols in place, including scheduled move-in times for each student and a limit of one parent or guest assisting students moving in order to decrease room and building occupancy.
Additionally, students were asked to utilize Housing and Residence Life’s new ship-to-room model so their belongings could be delivered to their rooms before arriving. To decrease the handling of others' belongings, Move-In Krewe volunteers will not be available this year, however Housing and Residence Life students will be available to assist with navigating the campus, residence halls and check-in.
Move-In began Monday, Aug. 10, and will continue until Monday, Aug. 17, with the first four days designated for new students and the remaining four days for returning students. For more information on fall 2020 Move-In, click here.
Sharp Residence Hall welcomes the Class of 2024. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Student Parsha Vakharia gives directions to a new student and a parent after they get off a shuttle from the TU Arrival Center. (Photo by Sally Asher)
Desk services coordinator Anna Lejeune (left), seated behind plexiglass, assists first-year student Ty Cohen from New York (right) with check-in at Sharp Hall. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Adam Katz from New Jersey assembles a storage shelf for his daughter, Abby, outside Monroe Residence Hall. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Resident Director Jill Solomon from Brooklyn, New York is ready to assist and greet new students and parents in Sharp Residence Hall. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Jeff Schiffman, director of admission, assists a new student and parent with move-in. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
A student wheels her suitcase in the elevator at Sharp Residence Hall with her mother to begin unpacking. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Kris Rogers assists her son, Danner, from Ohio, with unpacking in Sharp Hall. (Photo by Sally Asher)
Banners and signs welcome students to campus as they move into their residence halls. (Photo by Sally Asher)