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Moving In / Out

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Stephanie Zepf
Student Affairs Administrative Assistant
519-884-8111 x 28254


01 Oct, 2022
05:00 pm
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Move In - Out Dates
At St. Jerome’s University, we house students in the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms. Our Fall move-in day will take place on Saturday, September 3rd, 2022. 
Residence Move-In
Move in day for first year students is Saturday, September 3rd, 2022.  We ask that you please arrive during your designated move in timeslot; Due to the volume of students moving in, we cannot accomodate students moving in earlier than the following schedules on Move-In Day. 


Last names A-M-  9:00AM - 12:30 PM 


Last names N-Z 1:00PM - 4:00PM 

Our first meal will be a Welcome BBQ beginning at 5:00pm for our new first year students and Orientation Leaders. If you can't make it until after 4PM, don't worry, we can take care of your check-in when you arrive.  


The Residence Office will contact all students at the beginning of August with more details surrounding move in day.  

Residence Move-Out
Moving Out
Students are given 24 hours following their final exam in each term to vacate their residence room. For students that don’t have final exams during the exam period, we ask you to vacate your room 24 hours following the final day of class in each term.
Students returning to residence in the Winter term immediately following their stay in the fall, are permitted to leave their belongings in their room during the December holiday break.
Students fulfilling the second half of their eight-month residence contract in the Spring term are required to move all of their belongings out of residence when they leave for the December holiday break.
Moving out of Residence? 
While it may be 'goodbye' from living in residence, you are a part of the SJU community, and are always welcome to remain involved and engaged!
The Upper Year Handbook is a resource for you, compiled by students who've been where you are now and where you are headed. We get it, this time is all at once nerve-wracking, new, and exciting; and we want to offer you the best advice we can from the experiences we've had.


Current Students