WINTER TERM 2023 MOVE-OUT
Michigan Housing staff thank you for living with us this year.
Undergraduate residence halls close on Friday, April 28th at 11am.
Read below for details to plan your smooth move-out process from your residence hall.
PREPARING FOR MOVE-OUT DAY
Request to stay past the closing date
Students may request to extend their stay for a few days beyond the contract end date at no cost. Meals are not provided during the extended stay time period. Students may apply for an extended stay through the Michigan Housing Business Portal starting April 3rd.
Residents who need a later move out date due to a religious or cultural accommodation should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Packing and Shipping
If you would like to hire a service to help you with packing and shipping or storing your belongings, John’s Pack n Ship can help. All personal belongings need to be removed by April 28th at 9am.
Microwave and refrigerator rentals
If you have rented an appliance for your room, contact College Products to make arrangements for the pick up of the appliance.
Update your mailing address
Update your address on file with University of Michigan and any subscription services and vendors you regularly conduct business with.
Update your address in Wolverine Access through the “Student Business” portal, mail will be forwarded for 30 days to your “current address”.
Contact any subscription services and provide them with your new address. es,trash and recyclables from your room.
Provide notice to the United States Postal Service at https://www.usps.com/
Update accounts that enable delivery-services with your new address.
Magazines, Newspapers, Catalogs, and other Publications: These cannot be forwarded to your new address. Inform these subscriptions of your new address.
The last meal served by Michigan Dining will be breakfast on Friday, April 28 2023. More details can be found on the MDining website.
Don’t let your good items go to waste! U-M’s Student Move-Out Donation Program encourages students living in the residence halls to donate lightly used items instead of sending them to the landfill. Look for the yellow collection boxes in your residence hall. Please separate donations according to type (food, clothing, shoes, bedding, household items) in the designated boxes. Materials are picked up by U-M Waste Management Services, sorted, and donated to local non-profit organizations. Again this year, we are partnering with Student Life to collect donations for Maize and Blue Cupboard. You can place donations of canned and dry goods, cookware, and personal care items in the designated yellow collection box.
Some parking meters will be bagged for your move-out parking convenience. Parking is free at those meters. If you park at an unbagged meter, you are responsible for paying the applicable fees. Note that meters are free on Sunday.
MOVE-OUT DAY: THINGS TO DO
Final room preparations:
Set your thermostat to the auto-setting
Unplug window Air Conditioning units
Un-loft your bed, if you are able
Be sure to check all room drawers/shelves for items
Clean and unplug refrigerators
The room should be clear of all trash and personal items
Secure and close windows and the room door
Moving bins will be available for your use at the community center. Please return to the community center before departing.
Collect items that are in other areas of your building:
Items in your mailbox
Packages that have arrived for you
A bicycle if you have brought one to campus
Return your room key(s) to the community center staff. If the community center is closed, fill out an express check-out envelope and put your room key and mailbox key inside.
Keep your M-Card as you will need it again