Please review the check-in requirements and make sure they are met prior to arriving to move in.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!

Summer housing check-in is Thursday & Friday from 9AM to 5PM and Saturday from 12PM - 5PM.  However, should you need to pick up your key and move in during the holiday (i.e. Sunday, May 26th) email by 12 noon Tuesday, May 21st to schedule a check-in appointment so that our staff can accommodate you (include your name, ID #, contact number, date & time of arrival).

Understand that we want to get you all settled in before classes begin; however the University will observing the Memorial Day holiday and offices will close beginning at 5PM Friday, May 24th therefore you may experience a wait time if you check-in after 5PM on Friday through Saturday evening.  We encourage you to pick up your room key Thursday or Friday.  The University re-opens for business at 8AM on Tuesday, May 28th.
CLICK HERE to access your room assignment and other important information on myDU. All residents are assigned to Williams Hall for the summer session. You are required to log in.
Packing List - You don't have to purchase each item, but these are items that you may need for your room.  You will also need a small plunger and shower curtain for the bathroom area. You can purchase these items now or wait until you arrive to purchase them. Click image below to enlarge.
Residence Hall Photos - Decorating/Storage/Organization Ideas

Here's our Summer 2019 Welcome Newsletter for your reference.  It covers topics such as:  Maintenance Requests, DUPD, Roommates, Guest & Visitation and much more!  Please familiarize yourself with the content, policies and general information.  Make sure you carry your student ID with you at all times; you'll need it to swipe into the residence hall. 

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Your Dillard University Residential Life Guide is to assist with your acclimation to University housing.  It includes general policies for all residence halls and apartment complexes that have been compiled in accordance with university regulations, local, state and federal laws. Their purpose is to promote an atmosphere of health and safety and to encourage a state of well-being among residents. 

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