Fall 2022 Move-In Information will be available on July 1st.
FALL 2022 MOVE-IN Dates
Students living in Residential Life will move-in on the dates below between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
|Class of 2026 first-year international||Thursday, August 18|
|Class of 2026 first-year domestic||Friday, August 19 and Saturday, August 20. First-year students will select their move-in date when they receive their housing assignment in early July.|
|Transfer students||Tuesday, August 23|
|Exchange students||Tuesday, August 23|
|Class of 2025 planning to participate in Sophomore Summit||Friday, August 26|
|Returning students||Friday, August 26 and Saturday, August 27|
*Fall varsity athletes and student leaders supporting Fall Welcome may have a different arrival date. Please confirm your arrival date with your coach or program leader.
Early Arrival REQUEST
- Students who are new to the university are not eligible for an early arrival. Please email our office at email@example.com if you are not able to move-in within the provided dates above.
- Students who need an early arrival request (For athletics, scholar programs, change in plans, study abroad, etc.), must submit an official request via the Early Arrival form on the WashU Housing Portal. The form will open in summer 2022.
Upload Your Vaccination Records to Habif Health and Wellness Portal
See information here about how to upload your records and what is required of you prior to coming to campus.
Students and guests/helpers must wear masks to enter all university buildings and must maintain 6 feet of physical distance as much as possible.
Tips for Travel
- Don’t travel if you’re sick. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home.
- Bring masks and hand sanitizer with you and use both while traveling.
- Stay at least six feet away from other people as much as possible.
- Use hand sanitizer after touching surfaces in airports or other transportation.
Room Condition Reports
After check-in, you will receive information via email about your Room Condition Report (RCR). It is important that as a resident, you inspect the condition of your room. Your RCR will be available to you by the end of the day you arrive and check in on campus (check the following morning). We use this form to assess damages, if any, at the end of the year. You will complete the form according to your housing assignment letter (applicable to double rooms only). We will not begin processing room change requests until two weeks after the first day of courses. Complete your Room Condition Report right away.
- Letter “A” housing assignments mean you have been assigned to the left side of the room.
- Letter “B” housing assignments mean you have been assigned to the right side of the room.
Additional Directional Assistance
- https://goo.gl/maps/mzeabKj3uzgBEpRk6 6300 Lofts
- https://goo.gl/maps/pDE4A2rpmeq56Xmw7 Greenway
- https://goo.gl/maps/e8HyJUDC168dXP2v9 Rosedale (waterman)
- https://goo.gl/maps/AnvuWMD53LwjvPyu5 Rosedale (340)
- https://goo.gl/maps/ZHZ5wiXTmjJ5Vxv56 Kingsland
- https://goo.gl/maps/WGW8soBNWYWBkKn9A 6665 Wash Ave
For students who bring bikes on campus, WashU provides free bike registration. If you are a Danforth Campus student, faculty or staff member who will park your bike on campus, it’s mandatory to register your bike with WashU and clearly display the registration shield on your bike.
Displaying a registration shield helps protect your bike from theft and facilitates the recovery of lost or stolen bikes. It also allows WashU to contact the owners of bikes that were impounded due to improper parking, (blocking pedestrian access, for example).
If you aren’t sure about bringing a bike, consider renting a bike from a student-owned business, WashU Bear Bikes. Bears Bikes exist today to help the Washington University community move sustainably. No need to bring one with you, it’s already here!