Tue, Jan 15, 2019Spring 2019 Move-in schedule changes
Due to the possibility of inclement weather forecast for this weekend, a decision has been made to allow students to move into their on-campus housing between 12:00P (noon) and 9:00P on Friday, January 18. We will also be open for move-in during the previously scheduled move-in times of 9:00A - 8:00P on Saturday, January 19, Sunday, January 20 and Monday, January 21. Food Service will have the Scranton Commons open from 4:00P - 8:00P and the Husky Lounge open from 8:00P - Midnight for those who arrive on Friday.
Wed, Jan 2, 2019Spring 2019 Move-in information
- NEW student move-in will take place on Friday, January 18 from 4:00P - 9:00P after all orientation activities have completed.
- RETURNING student move-in will take place Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20 from 9:00A - 8:00P.
- More information can be found in our Spring 2019 Move-in Day Newsletter.
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Stay in touch with Residence Life and On-Campus Housing
The Office of Residence Life offers the opportunity for parents and guardians of on-campus Bloomsburg University students to receive email updates from our housing department. We will only send out updates containing important information including but not limited to move-in and move-out dates and times and housing selection timeframes. To sign up for these email updates all you need to do is provide us with your email address.
Students needing enrollment verification from the University for insurance or any other purpose should go the the Office of the Registrar website located at http://bloomu.edu/registrar-students and click on the "Verify Enrollment Tool" link. If you have any other questions about enrollment verification please contact the Office of the Registrar at (570) 389-4263.
Wired Network Connection Notice
The cost to maintain both a wired and wireless network infrastructure is high with less than 10% of students opting for wired connections. As a result, most of the infrastructure that supported the wired network has been decommissioned in an effort to keep housing rates as low as practical. All students residing in residence halls and apartments are provided with access to the University's high speed wireless network at no additional charge. All rooms, and select common areas in apartments, have ethernet jacks installed, but these are now inactive. A limited number of wired connections are still available, but at an additional charge. If you would prefer to connect to the University network via a wired connection, please complete our Wired Network Connection Request form to submit a request to have your port activated.