What day is move-in?
What day is move-out?
Should I bring a handcart or do you provide them on move-in day?
I want to bring my own furniture. Is that allowed?
I can't arrive on move-in day at my assigned time. Is it alright if I move-in later?
I haven't received my roommate information yet. What should I do?
What do I need to bring?
How do the payments work?
We offer three different payment plans for the license amount: a payment in full, two equal semester payments, and eight equal installments. All of the payment options are based on the total license amount. The first installment for all payment plan options, is due August 1, 2019. The $300 administrative fee does not go towards the first installment, as the administrative fee is a separate processing fee. Residents and guarantors can pay online using their Resident Portal. If payment is not received by the due date or within the five day grace period, the resident will be assessed a late fee of $50 on the 6th of the month.
What if I'm depending on Financial Aid to cover my housing costs?
How do I know if my Financial Aid will cover the cost of living in Student Housing?
Can I stay on campus during holiday breaks?
How to get along with your roommate?
We advise students to talk with each other directly and respectfully. Mistakes made when communicating can be around leaving notes, texting, or simply staying silent. If a student has concerns they should bring those to the roommate. If issues continue students should contact their RA or RD as soon as possible.
Here are some tips on how to get along with your roommate from psychcentral.com:
When can I apply for housing?
Are the costs per person? Or are those costs split between everyone in the apartment?
What is a guarantor?
A guarantor is someone who is 25 years of age or older and resides in the US. At least one guarantor (at the most two) is required on the student's Housing application/license agreement. They are responsible for the license agreement cost with the resident.
If a student cannot provide a guarantor, Housing will accept a deposit in lieu of guarantor in the amount of $1,200. It is refundable after moving out and damages are assessed. Payment for the deposit can be made with either check or money order to the respective property. If paying with an international bank account, payments can be made with FlyWire.
I'm trying to make my payment for the August 1st installment, but it's showing a $0 balanc
Is there parking at the UVA/QUAD?
Are there meal plans?
What will my mailing address be?
How do I pick my roommates?
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