Residential Communities will close on Sunday, May 7 at 10 a.m.
2023 Spring Move-Out
Friday, April 28 – Deadline to submit a Late Stay request to stay beyond Sun., May 7 at 10 a.m. 24-Hour quiet hours begin at 7 p.m.
Monday, May 1– Friday, May 5 – Final exams
Sunday, May 7 at 10 a.m. – Residential communities close. All students without permission to stay beyond this date must check out.
Sat., May 13 at 10 a.m. – Residential communities close for all students. Summer School students move to summer assignments by noon.
Late Stay Requests
You may request to stay past Sunday, May 7, but not past Saturday, May 13 at 10 a.m. Students may submit Late Stay Requests April 1–28, 2023 by visiting the forms tab on the Clemson Home Portal to request approval.
Preparing for Check-Out
Residential Living staff will share information with you about the proper way to sign up for a check-out appointment in your community. Attend your community closing meeting for more information!
Decide what you are planning to take home, store, donate, recycle, or throw away.
Students and those assisting a student with move out can visit the Area Desk to request a loading pass starting on April 28th. Loading passes are good for one hour and allow students and families to park their car close to the buildings to quickly load belongings. All parking rules and regulations should be followed. Cars that are left unattended for more than one hour may be subject to ticketing or towing.
Check Out Procedures
Please be mindful of quiet hours for your living space as you prepare for move out, as other students in your residence hall may still be studying for finals.
- Remove all personal belongings.
- Clean space thoroughly.
- Disassemble bunked/lofted beds and return furniture to its original position.
- Trash & recycling should be removed before checking out. Clean out recycle bins provided by University Housing.
- Open all blinds.
- Go with an RA or House Manager to assess the condition of space. You will receive a check out slip to turn in at the Area Desk to confirm you have walked through your space with the RA or HM.
- Check out at the Area Desk and return key.
Area desks will be open.
Lighten Your Load
Give away unwanted items to local charities as you “Lighten Your Load” at the end of the spring semester.
Blue donation bins will be located near each community desk for non-perishable unexpired food items. Bins will also be available to collect study or office supplies.
Please deposit clean, gently used clothes and household items in designated areas near your community. Dream Center trucks will be located at Manning Hall, the Greek Quad, Lightsey Bridge, Calhoun Courts, Shoeboxes and Douthit East & West for larger items such as sofas, recliners, etc. that are in good condition.
University Housing is unable to provide storage for residents’ personal belongings over the summer.
Trash & Recycling
Trash & recycling should be taken out of your space before checking out. All items should be placed inside (not next to) recycling bins or trash dumpsters. Thank you for cleaning out the recycling bins provided to you by University Housing and returning them to your space.
E-waste containers will be in each community to collect old cell phones, batteries, and computers/computer parts.
Condition of Your Space
Remember you can submit maintenance requests by filling out the online form at any time or by calling 864-656-5450 between 7:30 a.m. and midnight.
A normal amount of wear and tear to furniture, walls, carpets, etc. is expected after living in a particular space during the academic year. Residents will not be responsible for wear and tear that has occurred through normal everyday use of their space.
We encourage all residents to take care of their space. Residents who are found to have intentionally damaged or removed something from their space may be charged and/or referred to the Office of Community and Ethical Standards for damage to property. Please contact a Residential Living staff member to complete the Responsibility for Damage form; residents who take responsibility for damages to their space will have the cost of repair charged to their Student Account.
Additional Check-out Information
All spaces should be left with properly assembled University Housing beds before departure.
University Housing Beds
All beds should be left assembled at their original height before checking out. Modular beds should be left with approximately 36” clearance under the mattress. Bed rails provided by University Housing may be left attached to the bed.
Collegiate Concepts will pick up your MicroFridge. They should be unplugged, clean, and dry; the fridge and freezer doors should be left open.
The due date for rented textbooks is Fri. May 5th. Store hours during buyback week are Mon., May 1 through Fri., May 5th – 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sat. May 6th – 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. If you’re leaving campus early, you can ship back your rentals by purchasing a $5 flat–rate shipping label on the bookstore website through 5/5/23. If you have any questions about textbook rentals, please email the bookstore team at email@example.com.
Dining Information & Wellness Tips for Finals Week
For Dining hours and information, please visit the visit the Dining website.
• Incorporate brain foods in your diet everyday but especially during exam week. Choose whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins and healthy fats.
• Drink at least 64 ounces of water a day. Staying hydrated is important for maintaining concentration and efficiency.
Students who are returning next year will need to keep their OZZI tokens in a safe place during the break to use when they return. Graduating students will need to return their OZZI tokens to one of the cashier stations at The Dish at McAlister, Schilletter Dining Hall, or Douthit Hills Community Hub.
Please return any OZZI containers, silverware, plates, cups, or bowls should be returned the dining locations before leaving for the semester.
24-Hour Quiet Hours begin on Fri., April 29 at 7 p.m. and are in effect until Sat., May 7 at 10 a.m. while students are studying for and taking final exams. Be considerate of your neighbors during this time.
Be especially mindful of noise created by disassembling bunked/lofted beds, as well as packing and moving belongings. If you have a problem with noisy neighbors, do not hesitate to contact a Residential Living staff member for assistance.
Take your bicycle home! Abandoned bikes will be impounded and recycled 2 weeks from the date they are deemed abandoned. To reclaim a bicycle, call Parking & Transportation Services at 864-722-3625.