Additional information will be made available on this page and via Emory email.
Please check your MyHousing page for student-specific move-in information.

Please visit the Getting Started page to learn more about our New Student Programs.  

Fall Move In

Monday, August 19, 2024 - Pre-Orientation Move In

Saturday, August 24, 2024 - First-Year Student Move In (Not Participating In Pre-Orientation)

Saturday, August 24, 2024 - Transfer Student Move In (Not Participating In Pre-Orientation)

Sunday, August 25, 2024 - Returning Student Move In (Including Oxford Graduates and All Returning Second-, Third-, and Fourth-Years)

Wednesday, August 28, 2024 - First Day of Classes

All students should sign up for a move in time via their MyHousing page: myhousing.emory.edu

Early Arrival

Individual requests to move in early can be made via the Early Arrival Request Form via MyHousing. The date to request an early arrival will be mid-July. There is a $100 per day charge associated for early arrivals. 

Students participating in a pre-orientation program or are part of an Emory sponsored program with early arrival permission do not need to complete the Early Arrival Request Form. 

The earliest date residents can request an early move-in time is TBD.

For questions, please contact Housing@emory.edu.

Shipping and What to Bring

For shipping information, please visit the Emory University Mail Services.

For additional information, visit our Shipping and What to Bring FAQ's page. 

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Register Your Bike

Housing Operations and Residence Life recommends that all bicycle users registers their bikes with the Emory Police Department. Register your bike through the Operation ID Program by clicking here.  

Living on Campus Resources

Please click here for more resources for your stay while at Emory.   

Renters Insurance

Renters insurance protects belongings, such as a laptop, smartphone, bicycle, textbooks, clothing, and other costly personal items from theft, vandalism, damage, and other covered events, and can help you repair or replace property, as well as provide personal liability insurance. Renters insurance also protects you and your family financially against unintentional damage to university property or bodily injury to others for which you are legally liable.

Emory University is not responsible for replacing stolen or damaged property. To help protect you and your family, all students who live in University Housing are strongly encouraged to carry renters’ insurance. We have partnered with GradGuard to provide students with a quality low-cost option. GradGuard Renters Insurance offers lower deductibles and premiums, and small claims will not affect your personal premiums for years to come.

Please visit here for more information.

 

GradGuard for Continuing Students

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