Remove all non-University property from the room, bathrooms, closets, vanities, drawers, and cabinets.
Return all University property (furniture, dishes, etc.) to its appropriate location.
If you rented a MicroFridge from Collegiate Concepts, Inc., you must notify them to arrange a pick-up: (888) 929-0806.
Clean your portion of the room thoroughly (cleaning supplies are available at your hall’s front desk).
Clean all writing, marks, and residue from walls, ceilings, and doors.
If you have any items in your hall’s storage area, you must remove them or they will be considered abandoned property.
Vacuum the carpet in and immediately outside your room, including under beds.
Empty trash and recycling bins to the designated dumpsters outside your hall (DO NOT leave in hallways, bathrooms, fire towers, lounges, or other common areas.)
Change your mailing address through RamWeb.
Notify your vendors, banks, credit card issuers, family, and friends of your change of address.
Cancel or change the delivery of any subscriptions. (Only first class mail will be forwarded for 30 days. First class mail received after 30 days and all bulk mail including subscriptions will be returned to sender.)
If there are any damages in your room that were not submitted on-line when you checked into the room and that you would like to discuss, please alert HDS Facilities staff by notifying (970) 491-7171. Environmental Services personnel will complete a final inspection after you have left.
When all of the above has been accomplished, return all keys and prox card/keys to your residence hall’s front desk via the labeled envelope posted to your room door.
Move Out Donation Event
Items collected will be donated to local charities and families throughout Larimer County, so please keep this in mind as you pack up your room! Masks are required and physical distance must be maintained at all times. If you cannot drop off your donations during the dates/times listed below, you can text (970) 236-6249 to schedule a time to drop off items with a volunteer (this must be done outdoors and you must be present).
Donation station locations, dates, and times have been updated below
Three Donation Station tents will be set up near residence halls for easy drop-off at:
Academic Village/Edwards parking lot west of the AV-Engineering building
Westfall parking lot directly in front of Westfall
Southwest corner of the Parmelee parking lot
Donation Stations will be open on the following dates/times:
(Friday) 4/16, and (Saturday) 4/17: 12-3 p.m.
Items accepted include:
Gently used clothing and shoes
Furniture and small household items in working order
Bicycles in working order (with all parts)
Summer Session Housing
Students who wish to live in the residence halls over the summer are welcome to apply for Summer Housing at myhousing.colostate.edu beginning Monday, March 22. You do not have to register for summer session classes to be eligible.
Dining Centers Close: Friday, November 22 at 2 p.m. Dining Centers Open: Sunday, December 1 at 5 p.m. On-Campus meal plans will be deactivated on Friday, Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. These will be reactivated Sunday, Dec. 1 at 5 p.m.
Durrell Express Hours
Friday, November 22: 8 a.m – 7 p.m.
November 23-30: 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 1: 11 a.m. – 1 a.m.
Bicycles may be left in rooms (chained/locked to bed frames) Padlocks are allowed on lockable drawer/cabinet Consider securing valuable possessions or take them with you
E-scooters are prohibited inside our buildings and may not be stored inside during break periods because of the fire risk associated with the batteries
Complete the ``Before Leaving for the Remainder of the Semester” Checklist
Turn in your keys to the hall/complex front desk
Submit online checkout
Closed Halls: U.S. Mail will be held at the office and distributed when the office re-opens Open Halls: U.S. Mail will be delivered as usual DHL, FedEx, UPS: Do not deliver during break
Not Returning for Spring 2021 Semester
If you do not register for Fall Break & Extended Housing and do not plan on returning for the spring semester, visit http://samojotest.colostate.edu/intent-for-spring to complete and submit the Intent for Spring Semester 2021 form no later than November 20 (errors may occur if the link is accessed from a phone or tablet).
Residents who do not intend to return will need to completely move and check out of the residence halls by Saturday, Nov. 21, at 10 a.m. Keys must be turned in at the hall desk prior to departure.
Dining plans will be deactivated on Nov. 20, at 2 p.m.
Residents who learn after departure in November that they will not be returning to the halls for the spring semester must contact the University Housing office for details on move-out options between Nov. 21-Jan. 13.