Step 1: Your Student Account
Please make sure you have satisfied your student account balance. This is accomplished by meeting all financial aid requirements, signing a Promissory Note and/ or signing up for an NSU payment plan. If your student account balance is not satisfied (your financial package covers your entire institutional costs, you have entered into a payment plan or have a signed financial agreement for any uncovered balance) prior to check-in day you will need to report to the Welcome Center located in the Horvitz Administration Building prior to checking into the residence halls to meet with an Enrollment and Student Services (ESS) representative. Prior to check-in day you can schedule an appointment by phone or in-person with an Enrollment and Student Service representative by contacting (954) 262-5200 to ensure you are in good financial standing.
Step 2: Check Your Room Assignment
Before arriving on campus, you will need to log into the Residential Management System (RMS) to check your Room Assignment. At the check-in desk, you will receive your room key, mailing address and other pertient information.
Step 3: Review Moving Checklist Guide and Bed Linen Requirements
To prepare for moving on-campus, the Office of Residential Life and Housing has put together a list of items you should bring to campus before moving into the residence halls.
Please remember that the residence halls at Nova Southeastern University have extra long twin beds and it is important to purchase the correct sheet size that fit our beds. Please feel free to use the links below to order what you need:
Step 4: Complete Room Assessment Form
The check-in process includes completion of a room assessment form. Your Resident Assistant will review the condition of your room prior to your arrival. It is your responsibility to review the room assessment form when presented to you by your Resident Assistant. If there are any corrections prior to completion of the room assessment form, you need to contact your RA within 24 hours of your check-in date. When you check-out of your room, the room assessment form will be used to assess the condition of your room once again.
If the condition of your room has changed during your stay, you will be assessed for the repair or replacement of items which may have been damaged or are missing from the room. Once again, it is very important to review the condition of your room carefully upon your arrival. Make certain that any problems are noted and contact your RA immediately after checking into your room. This is your opportunity to attest to the condition of the room. It is also important throughout the semester to report any necessary repairs to your RA.
In an effort to ensure we make our processes easy to navigate, it is important that you review the following information when you decide to check out. You may view any upcoming check-out deadlines further down on this page. Please keep in mind that these dates represent the last day a student may check out. Students not returning to housing should be checking out within 24 hours of completing their last final.
Please keep in mind that the below are general check-out procedures, and the actual procedures for your area may differ. If you have received an email from your Area Coordinator or the Office of Residential Life and Housing with different instructions, please follow those. Thank you!
****When arriving to check-in, please report to the front desk of your assigned community (Mako Hall, Leo Goodwin, The Commons, Rolling Hills Building A). If you are assigned to the Cultural Living Center (CLC), Founders, Farquhar or Vettel, please report to Goodwin Hall to check-in in. To check in after hours or during the weekend, please contact the Resident Assistant on call via the front desk staff.
24 hours after your last final exam.
Last possible date is Sunday, May 3rd 2020
No exceptions will be made, so please plan accordingly.