Move-In Day


This page provides move-in information for the UCF main campus and Rosen Campus for Summer B

  • Fall specific move-in information will be available in July.  
  • This includes the Apollo, Libra, Lake Claire, Nike, Hercules, Neptune, Towers and NorthView housing communities as well as the four UCF-Owned Greek houses.

What to Expect at Move-in: Quick Overview

UPON ARRIVAL YOU MUST HAVE

  • Housing move-in appointment completed online.
    • Double-check your move-in appointment time and housing assignment on your myUCF housing portal prior to your arrival on campus.
  • Your UCF ID card or plan to pick up your UCF ID card on move-in day at UCF Card Services before arriving at check in.
    • Please note that you will not be able to check-in without your UCF ID card.
    • Ensure you also have a Photo ID ready to present at check-in.
    • For checking out move-in equipment at the check-in stations, you you must have your UCF Card.
  • The UCF Mobile app downloaded on your phone or mobile device.
  • Reviewed the community directional move-in map and parking directions on our website.

*Card Services will be open during move-in hours.

Parking Instructions

Please be advised that residential parking is limited on move-in days. Certain surface lots and the 1st/2nd floor of select garages will be converted into unloading zones during residential move-in days. Please note that unloading zones may not be the closest to residence halls and check-in stations. University Police will be overseeing traffic flow in and around surface lots. In specific lots, vehicle and driver contact information will be collected to ensure vehicles do not stand in unloading zones.

Parking and traffic patterns across campus will be strictly enforced to ensure continuous flow and prioritize pedestrian and vehicle safety. Do not park in fire lanes, service vehicle parking, or reserved parking at any time during move-in.

When You Arrive:

Step 1 – Head to your Unloading Zone:

Upon arrival, please proceed to the designated unloading zone for your community, as indicated in the provided chart. Before arriving on campus, please confirm your community and housing assignment.

Step 2 – Begin Unloading:

Once directed to a parking space within your unloading zone, begin unloading your belongings. If available, move-in volunteers will be present in the lots to assist students, families, and guests. If you do not see a move-in volunteer nearby, please locate the Information Tent and request assistance. Please note that availability of assistance is contingent upon the volume of arriving vehicles. It is highly recommended that families bring their own dollies, wagons, or handtrucks. Students are encouraged to avoid overpacking and bringing multiple or oversized vehicles. 

Step 3 – Check-In Stations:

Upon arrival, residents should proceed directly to check-in stations with their UCF ID card. Wait vary based on how many residents arrive during that time. To minimize congestion at check-in stations, it is suggested that residents check-in while their families and guests continue to unload their vehicles and move them to long-term parking. Check-in staff will provide important information, issue keys, encode ID cards, and provide details about hall meetings and programs. Students may then return to the unloading zone or choose to meet their families at their housing assignment. Buildings will be open and accessible during move-in hours, and residents are reminded to keep apartment and room doors closed when not present.

Move-in equipment can be signed out for use upon arrival. Please note that Housing and Residence Life has limited equipment. Failure to return equipment to the check-in tent or community office may result in charges. Any missing or damaged equipment costs will be assessed to the student’s housing account. Please be aware that the items are not cleaned between use, so use them at your own risk. Students and families who sign out equipment must be responsible for returning it; do not had off equipment to another person, as it may result in a missing equipment fee charged to the student’s account. All equipment use is at your own risk. Always PUSH do not PULL equipment for your safety

Late/Missing Equipment Charge Rates

Charge Rate Notes
Late Return $100 2 hours after check-out
Missing Handtruck $75
Floor Dollies/Flatbeads $100
Cruisers/Bins $300

 

 

Community Check-In Location Information Station # Designation Unloading Zones Overflow/
Overnight Parking
Hercules Hercules Programming Center 1  Lot B8 Lot B8 or B7  
Nike Nike Programming Center 2 Lot B15 Garage B 
Neptune Neptune Multipurpose Room 1 & 2 Lot B8 Lot B8 or B7  
Libra Libra Community Center 4 Seminole, Orange, Brevard, Citrus Halls unload at Lot B9*
Flagler and Sumter Hall unload at Lot C3*
Garage B or Libra Garage
Apollo Apollo Community Office 3 Lot B4* /
and 1st floor of Garage B
Garage B
NorthView NorthView 2nd floor office N/A Northview Garage Northview Garage
Lake Claire Lake Claire Community Center 5 LC Bldgs 55, 56, 60, and 61 unload at Lot H5

LC Bldgs 63, 64 and 66 unload at Lot H6

LC Bldgs. 69 and 70 unload at Lot H7

LC Bldgs 57, 58, 59, 61 unload at Lost H8

LC Bldgs. 62, 67, 68 unload at Lot H9

Lake Claire Parking Lots
Tower I Tower I Lobby 6 Parking Garage G or F – 1st & 2nd Floors Parking Garage G or F – Above 2nd Floor
Tower II Tower II Lobby 6 Parking Garage G or F – 1st & 2nd Floors Parking Garage G or F – Above 2nd Floor
Tower III Tower III Lobby 7 Parking Garage E or F – 1st & 2nd Floors Parking Garage E or F – Above 2nd Floor
Tower IV Tower IV Lobby 7 Parking Garage E or F – 1st & 2nd Floors Parking Garage E or F – Above 2nd Floor
Rosen Rosen Community Office – Building 905 N/A Rosen Parking Lot Rosen Parking Lot

Once in Your Room

Maintenance and Cleaning Requests

Should you find any maintenance or cleaning needs during move-in, place a work order online or call your community office.

Throughout the year, residents can easily report maintenance or housekeeping concerns in the following ways:

  1. Submit a work order online here and click on the “Submit Online Request” button.
  2. Call the Work Control Center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They can be reached at 407-823-5223.
  3. Email maintenance and housekeeping at wcc@ucf.edu. Include your full name, building and room number with a description of the issue.

In urgent situations such as an inoperative elevator, toilet running over, power outage, an extremely hot or cold room, call the Work Control Center immediately. In addition, notify your community office of the urgent situation so that we may assist you.

Bed Adjustments

Beds are typically raised to the maximum height prior to move-in. If you would like to have your bed lowered, put in a work order online to have maintenance staff assist you. Only maintenance staff may alter bed heights. Beds at Towers and NorthView cannot be adjusted.

Internet Setup

In order to connect to the internet in your room, you will need a computer or other streaming device equipped with at least a 10Mb Ethernet interface and a standard Ethernet cable to connect to the provided Ethernet wall jack.

You may view more information at the ResNet website. If you have questions regarding your internet set-up, or if you experience any problems with your ResNet registration or service, you may submit a work ticket on the UCFIT website, or you may contact the Service Desk at 407-823-5117, Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM or by email.

Policies and Procedures

The Community Living Guide, along with the housing agreement terms and conditions, living learning community expectations, and communication from our staff, are provided to facilitate a smooth transition to on-campus living. These resources aim to address any concerns or questions you may have about policies or procedures. If you require additional support or have specific inquiries after reviewing these materials, please feel free to reach out to your Resident Assistant (RA), Graduate Coordinator (GC) and Residence Life and Education Coordinator. They will be more than happy to assist you.