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Fall Semester Residence Hall Move-In

First-Year student residents should arrive after 8:00am and before 11:30am on Friday, August 26. When you arrive, you will be directed through the University entryway at the intersection of Main and West Locust Streets. Follow the road and arrive at the check-in tent located in front of the Haupert Union Building (HUB). For a successful move-in, mark all containers, boxes and bags with your first and last name, as well as building and room number. This will assist volunteers who are carrying items from the car to your new home.

First-year student residents arriving on Friday, August 26 are encouraged to sign-up for a check-in time. 

Transfer residents may pick up their room key at the Kiosk in the Haupert Union Building (HUB) on Saturday, August 27 beginning at 8:30am.

Returning residents may pick up their room key at the Student Life Office on Sunday, August 28 from 10:00am until 3:00pm. 

Residents participating in campus employment, athletics, and/or other organizations that begin prior to the start of the semester should connect with their coach and/or advisor regarding move-in and key pick up times. 

Residents who need to return before their scheduled move-in date, but are not with an early arrival group, should read and complete the Early Return Policy and Application by Sunday, August 14 at 11:59PM.


More than 65% of undergraduate students live on-campus. The residence hall environment provides students with opportunities to learn from one another as well as about themselves. Living in a residence hall helps students realize the effect of their actions on those around them, develop sensitivity, and enhance skills in interpersonal relationships.

All full-time undergraduate students are guaranteed and are expected to live on-campus, or commute from their permanent address. The University reserves the right to offer off-campus housing to a select number of eligible students.

On-Campus Housing

Most Moravian University students choose to live on campus. Check out your residence hall options.

Off-Campus Housing

Moravian University offers support for students wishing to locate housing off-campus.

Commuter Life

Moravian University is home to many commuters. Learn about opportunities to get involved as a commuter.

Residence Hall Schedule

Mark your calendars for the hall opening & closing schedule.

Nearly 1100

students live on campus.

9 out of 10

residents feel that living on campus has strengthened interpersonal relationships and believe it has improved their ability to meet others

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