September 18, 2013 is Move-In Day for new EOU students participating in WOW (Week of Welcome). Doors will open at 9 AM. Returning students may move in to their hall on September 19 or any day up to the beginning of classes on September 24.
Go directly to the residence hall you have been assigned to. You can find a map to your hall here. Parking permits are not required during move-in.
Check in at your assigned residence hall. Volunteers will be available to assist you with your move-in.
BEFORE COMING TO CAMPUS:
Double-check your room assignment. Webster will be updated in early August with room assignments. Some assignments may change between the time a room is assigned and move-in day.
To view your room assignment online:
- Go to http://www.eou.edu/it/webster/
- Click on “Login to Webster”
- Enter your User ID and password
- Click on “Student Services and Financial Aid”
- Click on “Residence Life”
- Click on “My Housing”. This will take you to your housing assignment.
Consider obtaining renter’s insurance for valuables not covered by an existing insurance policy.
Schedule the delivery of any personal items that you may be shipping to arrive shortly before you do so that you will be able to pick up your belongings when you arrive.
Visit www.eou.edu/reslife for more information about living on campus.
Visit www.eou.edu/it for info regarding Information Technology.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Residence Hall Phone Numbers:
Alikut Hall 541-962-4300
Daugherty Hall 541-962-4237
Hunt Hall 541-962-3563
North Hall 541-962-4236
Quick Reference Phone Numbers
Residence Life 541-962-3553
Campus Operator 541-962-3300
1. Where is check-in?
Proceed directly to your assigned residence hall. There will be signs as to where you check-in at the hall.
2. Where can I get a moving cart?
A limited number of moving carts or dollies are located at each residence hall. You might also consider bringing one from home.
3. Where should I park after I have unloaded the car?
The Move-In page indicates where you can park after unloading your car. “Move-In” and “Resident” parking signs will also be posted on the day of your arrival.
4. Where do I put trash, cardboard, etc.?
There will be cardboard collection sites located outside of each residence hall for your assorted move-in boxes. For trash, there are bins outside each residence hall.
5. Where are the public rest rooms?
All residence halls have public rest rooms. Check at the hall office for locations.
6. Where do I turn in my room inventory sheet?
You will receive a room inventory sheet when you check-in. After completing the inventory sheet, turn it in to your RA or the hall office.
7. What time do the dining facilities open?
Lunch hours are 11:30-1:30 and dinner hours are 5:30-7:00 at Mountie Cafe. Your meal plan begins with dinner on Move-In Day. Mac’s Grill will be open on Move-In Day from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.
8. I lost my key(s), what do I do?
If you lose your key, go to the Residence Life Office in Hoke 111 and report it. You will be charged for the re-keying of your room and/or suite.
9. How do I get my parking permit?
You may purchase your parking permit at the Student Accounts Office, Inlow Hall 101.