The day has finally arrived: You're off to college!
Move In Day is always a bustle of activity inside and outside our residence halls. We'll have student volunteers and university staff on-hand to help make things go as smoothly as possible for you, and your patience and cooperation are appreciated.
Fall 2016 Incoming Students
Arrival Dates and Check-In Times
If you are a new student, check-in dates and times will be set by hall and zip code on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 and Thursday, August 25, 2016 before classes begin.
Fall 2016 Returning Students
Naugle Hall, Seavers Hall, Presidents Hall, Lackhove Hall, Kieffer Hall, McCune Hall, and McLean Hall
Returning students will arrive on Saturday, August 27, 2016 after 9:00 a.m.
Stone Ridge Commons Apartments: Check-in based on the following schedule:
Thursday, August 25 (8 am - 12 pm) - Incoming Students (Transfer)
Friday, August 26 (12 - 4 pm) - Returning Students
Saturday, August 27 (12 - 4 pm) - Returning Students
Sunday, August 28 (12 - 7 pm) - Returning Students
When You Arrive
- Pull your vehicle into a designated unloading zone near your hall.
- Unload your belongings at the curb and have someone move your vehicle to a nearby lot.
- Orientation personnel will be available to assist moving your belongings into the building.
- Report to the check-in location in your hall's lobby.
- Receive your keys and other check-in materials. Also you will have the opportunity to purchase a hall association sticker for $5.00.
Room/Apartment Condition Report
When you check in, you will receive an RCR/ACR (Room/Apartment Condition Report) which states the condition of the various items in the room as inspected by the residence hall staff. After you check-in, you should take a few minutes to inspect your room. If your form does not accurately reflect the condition of your room, you must bring any discrepancies to the attention of the residence hall staff within 48 hours to ensure that you will not be held financially accountable for these damages at check out.
What to Bring/Not Bring
Take a look at the New Student Housing Check List ahead of time to figure out what you'll need to live on campus.
Your Housing Requirements
Entering first-year and transfer students having fewer than 30 (between 1-29) earned transfer undergraduate college level credits accepted by Shippensburg University by the first day of classes of the semester of enrollment are required to reside in university housing. Exemptions to this policy include those students who reside full-time within the home of their parents or legal guardians within 50 miles from campus based on driving directions, those who are 21 years of age or older by the first day of the entering semester, those who are legally married, and those with a dependent child at home
If you live in one of our residence halls, you must meet the Pennsylvania state meningitis requirement before moving in.
Returning Students - Housing is Still Available for 2016-17
Sign up for housing now: MyShip Portal
Go to: Student, Ship Life, The 2016-17 Returning/Graduate Student Agreement is on the Right
Graduate students may contact the Housing Office to have the agreement set up initially.
Connect to MyHousing to select your roommates and rooms during the room selection lottery period. You will be placed in the room selection lottery 24-48 hours after signing the agreement. After the room selection lottery is over in March you can list your personal(suite) and living preferences in the MyHousing portal.
Have questions about the portal? To connect to the portal go to: MyShip, Student, Ship Lilfe, Connect to MyHousing.
Returning Student Housing Details