Preparing for Check-Out
In preparing for spring move out, UF Housing priorites include:
- Maintaining the health of our students and staff by adhering to guidelines set forth by the CDC.
- Staff will be following CDC guidelines of social distancing, handwashing, and regular cleaning of high touch surfaces. Staff contact with residents may be limited.
- Making the move-out processes as easy as possible, given the circumstances.
Students are encouraged to bring carts or a dolly for items. Carts will not be available for move out.
Step 1: Select a move out appointment time to let staff know when you plan to return your keys and leave campus. To select your move out appointment visit https://hms.housing.ufl.edu
Step 2: Residents may bring no more than two (2) guests to assist with move out. Per CDC guidelines, guest who have compromised immune systems and/or being monitored/quarantined should not accompany residents.
Step 3: Upon arrival, head directly to your room to pack all items. You must be fully moved out and return keys by your scheduled appointment time.
Step 4: Place all trash in exterior dumpsters–trash should not be left in your room or on your floor. If dumpsters are full, place items neatly beside the exterior of dumpster.
Step 5: Leave items you no longer want in your room. Items remaining in the room will be removed and thrown away. UF Housing is not responsible for any items remaining in your room.
Step 6: Retrieve your checkout envelope from your mailbox. Please complete the label, insert your keys, and insert the envelope in the misdirected mailbox.
After Hours Check-Out
If you are leaving after hours, please follow the steps for express check out and drop your sealed envelope with your keys in the “Misdirected Mail” slot near the mailboxes. Once we receive your keys you will receive a confirmation email to your UFL email address.
Elevator access may be limited.
Beaty, Cypress, Infinity, Lakeside, and Springs have fully operational elevators for use. Residents are strongly encouraged to follow CDC social distancing recommendations when utilizing elevators. Limiting passengers is ideal.
Areas with freight elevators will have limited to no use available during check out times. The use of freight elevators will be for large and bulky items. Staff will provide residents with specific guidance that meets CDC guidelines for freight elevator use. Murphree Area has no elevators.
After hour move–outs and residents without move–out appointments will not have access to freight elevators.
If you have moved out of your residence hall and need to return your keys, please send them by mail to your Area Office. Once we receive your keys you will receive an email. Keys must be returned by May 2nd at the latest. For your Area Office address please visit: https://www.housing.ufl.edu/residents/area-offices/
OnDemand Storage, the official storage partner of UF students provides:
- secure storage
- return of your belongings to your home
Below are dates that we have open availability for pick-up! Please note, you must be available to meet on-demand with your packed items.
- March 29
- March 30
- April 2
- April 6-7
- April 13-14
- April 20-21
- April 27-28
- May 1,2,4
For storage solutions with OnDemand please click the button below!
• If you indicated a need to stay in campus housing: You will not receive a rent credit since you are receiving the full benefit of your housing contract.
• If you checked out before March 24: Rent credits will be prorated based on your checkout date.
• If you checked out March 24 or later: Rent credits will be prorated based on March 24.
If a student has other university charges on their One.UF account, the credit will then be applied to those outstanding charges. Any remaining unapplied credit amounts will then be refunded to the student.
Students without other university charges on their One.UF account will be refunded their entire housing credit amount.
When direct deposit is not possible, students will be mailed a paper check to their permanent mailing address on file.
U Matter, We Care
Moving out and transitioning your home can bring added stress. Your mental health and well-being are a top priority. If you, or someone you know, may be experiencing distress please contact U Matter, We Care at email@example.com. For more information on what to look for please visit: counseling.ufl.edu/worried-about-a-student/.
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