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Spring Closing Information

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

The end of the spring semester will soon be here! The last day of class is Friday, April 30, and finals will occur Monday, May 3 through Friday, May 7. University Housing will close Saturday, May 8; all students must check out of their rooms by 2:00 p.m.

  • Complete your room checklist and sign the back of the form
  • Remove all personal items and trash from the room
  • Lock your windows and door
  • Pick up mail and packages; remember to update your address in LionPath and use the appropriate shipping address for online purchases or recurring shipments.
  • Drop your form and any assigned room key at the designated key drop in your building any time or at the HFS Office between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Failure to return your room key will result in a recore fee.
  • Grab a bite to eat or stock up on snacks and drinks for your trip; the spring semester Campus Meal Plan ends at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 9, and any remaining dining dollars will be forfeited at that time.

The University has partnered with College Boxes to provide a storage and shipping option for students. Find out more at collegeboxes.com

Additional guidelines for move-out:

  • Coordinate your move-out time to be different than your roommate, suitemates, or apartment-mates.
  • Consider departing during slower times, such as before 10:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m.
  • Pack your items in advance so your ride won't have to wait when they arrive.
  • Do not linger in the building.
  • No guests are permitted in the residence hall - the University's "no guest" policy is still in effect. When necessary, a student may have one individual assist with removing items from a student's room. This individual may not assist with packing, only with moving items from room to vehicle.
  • All individuals must follow Penn State protocols for masking and physical distancing while on campus. 
  • Any person who is feeling ill or exhibiting symptoms should not travel to campus
  • When your roommate is moving out and has one guest assisting, please consider spending that time in a different location to reduce possible exposure. 

Thank you for being part of the Penn State family. We're so glad you chose to #LiveOn!