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Here are some common questions from students preparing to move on campus.
New Students will find out room and roommate information by attending a RAM day event in May, June, or July. If you are unable to attend a RAM day, students are able to access this information by logging into MyBC.
3M tape and hooks work well or reusable sticky tack is an option.
On move in day, all new students must check-in on the Quad between Shott Hall and the Science Center before checking into your residence hall. You will be directed to your residence hall from the Quad, where a Residence Life staff member will assist you with your room check-in.
Each residence hall room has one bed, one desk, one chair, one dresser, and either closets or wardrobes for each occupant in the room. We also provide micro fridge units for every residence hall room on campus.
Students must keep college furniture provided in the student rooms. Students may bring additional furniture, but please keep in mind your limited space. Students must also keep the entry to the room clear due to fire safety compliance. See more on what to bring.
Most mattresses are extra long twin.
Due to staffing constraints, Residence Life cannot accommodate early arrivals.
We encourage you to individualize your room, but you should do so without painting.
A meal plan is required for most residential students, so you do not need to sign up.
Requests to transfer rooms should go through the Resident Assistant and Resident Hall Director of your floor/building during the first two weeks of school. After that time, changes will only take place after administrative approval. Students wishing to change rooms and/or roommates will have to fill out a Room Change Request form and pay a $50.00 processing fee.
If your ID card is lost or stolen, report it immediately to the Office of Student Development. They will issue you a new card. Card replacement is $20.00.
There are dumpsters near each residence hall. Students are expected to take their trash out, and not leave trash in their rooms or in the residence hall hallways. Students not properly disposing of their trash will be fined!