You will receive a detailed email via your Georgia State email account confirming your move-in instructions.
Fall 2023 move-in dates are August 16-19, 2023, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. We advise that you bring your own moving equipment. Limited bins will be available to check out on a first come, first served basis. You have until 9 a.m. the first day of classes on Monday, August 21, 2023 to check into your residence hall assignment before being considered a no-show. If you plan to arrive after that, contact University Housing.
The chart below indicates which floors are scheduled to arrive on each Fall 2023 move in date. Please plan accordingly.
Before your arrival, you must complete the following tasks:
Pay/secure your balance (you will not be permitted to move in if you have a balance or have not signed up for a payment plan)
Complete the online Resident Information Record Form
- Go to gsu.erezlife.com
- Log-in using your GSU campus ID and campus password
- In the left panel, select “Forms”
- Select the Resident Information Record for the current academic year
- Complete all fields
- Select “Close Form” at the bottom of the page (must ensure the page is closed) or the form will not show as complete)
Complete online Fire Safety Module
- Go to icollege.gsu.edu
- Log-in using your GSU campus ID and campus password
- Select course titled “Fire Safety Module”
- Watch the video under the Content tab
- Complete the quiz under the Assessments tab
- Note you must score 8 out of 9 to pass; unlimited attempts are allowed
Residents must complete the Resident Information Record and the Fire Safety module each year before moving into their assigned residence hall.
Arriving to Campus and Checking In
We know this is an exciting time for you and your family, and our staff will do everything we can to help you get moved into your new home efficiently.
For summer move-in: Upon arriving to campus, proceed directly to your residence hall front desk to check in and retrieve your keys. You will be asked to show your Panther ID card. You must complete the online Resident Information Record and Fire Safety Module before you arrive (see Prior to Arrival section).
For fall move-in: Upon arriving to campus, proceed to the Student Recreation Center to check in and retrieve your keys. You will be asked to show your Panther ID card. You must complete the online Resident Information Record and Fire Safety Module before you arrive (see Prior to Arrival section).
Arriving at your Hall
Upon arriving to your respective residence hall, you will notice there will be many students in unloading zones preparing to move in. Please refer to your individual move-in email referencing your residence hall’s proper unloading location.
We know that this is an exciting time for you and your family. As a staff, we will do everything we can to help you move into your new home efficiently. The unloading process varies by location – this information will be provided upon arrival. University Housing will have a limited number of large bins available to assist with your move. We STRONGLY encourage you to bring your own equipment needed to facilitate your move-in process.
We request bringing a maximum of only two (2) family and friends to participate in your move in process. Consider bringing family and friends another day after you move in. All guests of the resident will need to be checked at their community front desk. A government-issued photo ID is required by both the resident and their guests.
Immediately after arriving and unloading, all family/guest cars as well as resident cars who have not paid for semester parking are required to move their vehicle to a local city parking lot.
What Should You Bring?
Packing for your campus apartment or room can be a lot of fun, but be mindful not to pack too much. There is limited space in the residence halls and there is no extra storage available. To conserve space, it is a good idea to consider sharing larger items with your roommates. You should contact them before coming to campus, so that you can agree upon the items that each of you will be responsible for bringing. We encourage you to visit the Housing website for a detailed list of items to bring, items to share and prohibited items.
Please continue to check your student email for future communications including arrival time confirmation and building specific move-in information. If you have any questions please email [email protected].
Packing for your campus apartment or room can be a lot of fun, but be mindful not to pack too much. Space is limited in residence halls, and no extra storage is available outside of your assigned space. To conserve space, it is a good idea to consider sharing larger items with your roommate(s). You should contact your roommate(s) prior to move-in so you can agree upon the items that each of you will be responsible for bringing.
Each resident is designated a bed, a dresser, a desk and chair, and a wardrobe or a closet based on room layout. All furnishings must stay in the room all year. Residents may not remove or store any item for any reason. Each dining area in University Commons or University Lofts is furnished with a table and chairs.
When packing for a campus apartment or room, remember not to bring too much. Space is limited.
*Note: Individual health and air quality requirements vary greatly between students. Students should plan to bring small, portable units (dehumidifiers, humidifiers, air purifiers, fans, etc.) for personal comfort.
Rather than doubling up, consider sharing larger items with your roommate(s).
*Note: Each kitchen in Greek Housing, University Commons, and University Lofts is equipped with a refrigerator, dishwasher, sink, microwave and stove. Patton Hall, Piedmont North, and Piedmont Central have microfridge units in each bedroom and full-size microwaves provided in select common areas.
*Note: Consider purchasing renters insurance. Renters insurance is not required, but we recommend it.