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Spring 2021 Move-In Information

Congratulations and welcome home to your on-campus student housing at Cal State East Bay! We are excited to have you join our vibrant community as engaged learners. Below you will learn more about the Move-In appointments, and the safety measures in place this year. As future members of our community, we expect and urge you to join us in taking steps to be part of the community effort to keep you safe.

Urgent Announcement 

Please review the updated COVID-19 Action Items and Precautions: 

Covid Precautions for In-State (only traveled within California during the break)  - Click Here
Covid Precautions for Out-of-State/Country (traveled outside of California during the break) - Click Here

Spring Move-In appointments are available on Friday, January 15, and Saturday, January 16. 

COVID-19 Measures

As we start to plan for the new semester, Student Housing would like to be fully transparent about the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and how it impacts the on-campus residential experience. Out of an abundance of care and safety measures, we ask that you be part of the steps to keep our community safe and be knowledgeable about the guidelines and expectations. Use this information to begin your pre-arrival planning for Move-In and to learn about other health and wellness expectations throughout the semester.

To prepare for your arrival, please review CSUEB’s latest information on the return to the campus plan. Below you will also find the measures in place as you prepare for Move-In and expectations at Move-In.

Pre-Move In Questionnaire (Click Here) - The questionnaire requires completion within 72 hours of the move-in appointment. The questionnaire is to serve as a tool to help you be reflective of their current health status, and keep Student Housing & Residence Life informed so we can best support any needed accommodations for Move-In. We are dedicated to removing any barriers to help you make a successful move into the community when you are healthy and well.

Resident Wellness Agreement - The Resident Wellness Agreement, an addendum to the Housing contract, requires completion and signature from the resident prior to arrival to campus. As a resident, the agreement informs you of the expectations of commitment to ensure your safety and well-being and that of your neighbors and fellow community members. The statement is aimed to provide support, mutual respect, and shared resources available to all residents.

Move-In Assistance - To minimize risk to the community, we ask that you bring no more than 1 guest to assist you with move-in into your building. Guest assisting you must be over the age of 14. We understand that moving for college is a big milestone for all students, and we ask each of you to be considerate of others by limiting the time spent moving into your unit and to inform your suitemate ahead of time of your scheduled appointment. Keep in mind that anyone else who might make the drive with you is welcome to visit the campus gardens and walk throughout the outdoor premises while you complete your move-in period.

Face coverings will be required at all times on the CSUEB premise. In accordance with public health orders and University’s policy, all personnel, including students, visitors and contractors are required to wear face-covering when on campus. The CDC recommends and the state of California mandates that everyone cover their mouth and nose with a cloth face-covering in the proximity of others to slow the spread of COVID-19. The face-covering is meant to protect other people in case you are infected. It is important to wear a face-covering even if you do not feel sick since people infected with COVID-19 may be asymptomatic.

Social Distancing - Student Housing will uphold social distancing precaution measures by employing signage, floor markings, 1 student/guests per elevator ride, and constant reminders throughout the Move-In process. To meet standards, we ask that you remain aware of your distance from others and adhere to the measures in place.

Move-In Safety Measures - Upon arrival at Move-In, you will notice that all staff and volunteers will be using protective equipment to ensure the safety of the community. Disinfectant wipes and sprays will be readily available to ensure prominent areas and equipment are cleaned. Likewise, you and your guest will have access to hand sanitizing stations throughout the Student Housing premise. Floor markings will be used to designate parking for contactless, curbside Housing key pick-up and maintain social distancing standards in high traffic areas. Housing will be cleaning communal areas frequently such as bathrooms, lobbies, elevators, and more. Please note, the Move-In dates have been structured around intentional traffic management to ensure social distancing measures are met within each of our residential buildings.

To help with the flow of the move-in process, we designate your move in time according to the building that you will be moving into, in addition to the floor number.

To determine your building number, you will look at the first number of your room assignment. 

 

Building numbers are assigned as seen below.

Building Number

Building Name

Example

1

Calaveras

114 A

2

Coloma

224 C

3

Sierra

334 A

4

Sonora

424 C

6

Tamalpais

648 D

7

Shasta

712 A

8

Diablo

822 A

9

Sequoia

947 B

10

Juniper

1032 D

UV

University Village

UV 318 B

To determine your floor number for buildings 1-9, you will look at the second digit of your room assignment. 
To determine your floor number for building 10, you will look to the third digit of your room assignment.
To determine your floor number for UV (University Village), you will look to the first digit of your room assignment.

 

Floor Number
Example Floor

114 A

First

224 C

Second

334 A

Third

424 C

Second

648 D

Fourth

712 A

First

822 A

Second

947 B

Fourth

1032 D

Third

UV 318 B

Third

 

To prepare for a successful on-campus residential experience, we urge that you review the required steps for completion prior to your move-in date, and recommended resources to assist your move. The “What to Bring” packing list will give you insights on how to pack, and the conversation starter guide provides valuable recommendations to set you and your suitemates up for a successful year in a shared living apartment.

  1. Review your designated Move-in date, and set your Move-In appointment time. It is important that select an available move-in time based on available appointments. Any concerns can be directed to housing@csueastbay.edu.
  2. Complete the Pre-Move In Questionnaire. You must complete this within 72 hours prior to arrival on campus. Residents who inaccurately complete outside this time range will be asked to complete again at the check-in process.
  3. Complete the Resident Wellness Agreement. The resident agreement is on your housing portal. Instructions on how to access the required agreement will be sent to you and must be completed prior to your designated Housing Move-In appointment. The Resident Wellness Agreement is part of your Housing contract and ensures you are aware of the expectations of commitment to ensure your safety and well-being and that of your neighbors and fellow community members.
  4. Review Housing Move-In procedures prior to arriving. For returning residents, please note that plans will differ from past terms. Out of an abundance of care, we ask that you bring no more than 1 guest to serve as your Move-in support assistance. If you have more than one guest in attendance, we will ask that you inform your guest(s) to enjoy the campus premises while waiting for you to complete your move.

What to Bring

Parking Map

Exciting day! You are about to arrive for your Move-In appointment. As you approach the Housing Lassen Front Office, please stay in your car and park temporarily at the curbside pick-up parking spot. Once parked at a designated area, you will be asked to text a phone number to inform us of your arrival. Text message must include your full name and Net ID. Both new and returning residents will be provided a check-in package and a newly updated Bay Card (CSUEB student ID) and an accompanying key to enter your apartment space. Once checked in, your vehicle will be directed to the closest parking lot. All accompanying support guests will be asked to stay in the car, while the primary residence will have the opportunity to unload and drop off items into the apartment.

Out of an abundance of care, the resident and up to one personal Move-In assistance guest, will be allowed entry into their community building to assist move-in.

For driving directions, click here.