Residential Housing

Spring 2021 Residential Housing

Residential Housing

AIC understands the importance and the value of an on-campus residential experience. To that end, residence halls will remain open for the Spring 2021 semester.

While certain modifications will remain in place, such as mask wearing, AIC hopes to ease restrictions during the spring semester to enhance the on-campus student experience. The guest policy will be reviewed regularly and updated as milestones in key indicators are reached and local/state regulations allow.

Returning students who lived on campus during the Fall 2020 semester will remain in that assignment with their requested roommates (if applicable).

Students who have not yet applied for housing may do so by going to www.aic.edu/myhousing . If you didn’t live on campus during the fall semester and would like to move to campus for the spring, you can still apply!

The number of single rooms on campus is limited. Students who have a medical condition requiring a single room should contact accessibility.services@aic.edu for more information. A letter from a medical provider outlining the medical necessity for a single room will be required.

As a reminder, the residency requirement was suspended for the 2020-2021 academic year. This means any new student can choose to live off campus during the 2020-2021 academic year; however, if a student moved into campus housing during the Fall 2020 semester, they are required to live on campus for the duration of the academic year (subject to withdrawal policies). Students who would like to cancel their Spring 2021 housing due to an extenuating circumstance should fill out the Residency Requirement Waiver Request.

Spring 2021 Move-in Process

To reduce density on campus as students move-in to the residence halls, the College will have a staggered move-in schedule between Sunday, 1/17/21 – Monday, 1/18/21. More details, such as how to sign up for a move-in time, will be sent via e-mail by Residence Life. Below are some considerations to assist students with planning for their arrival:

ALL students must check in at the Griswold Theatre first to pick up their key and ID (if applicable) and have their ID activated prior to entering their residence hall. This process is different than previous spring semester and will look very similar to the fall semester.

All students and guests assisting with move-in will be required to wear a face covering.

Each student will be allowed a maximum of two guests to assist with move-in during the scheduled time window.

If you have not yet applied for housing, please go to www.aic.edu/myhousing.

Athlete and Other Special Population Move-in

All spring sports teams will follow the move-in process outlined above and move in at the time they reserve.

All students that are part of a group that typically moves in early, such as resident advisors, will receive individual move-in dates and instructions specific to their population.

Fall 2020 Residential Housing

Residential Housing

Residential Housing

AIC understands the importance and the value of an on-campus residential experience. To that end, residence halls will open for the Fall 2020 semester, although with plans to reduce density in common areas and bathrooms with new protocols in place. There will be no triple bedrooms on campus.

Returning students who already have a fall housing assignment will remain in that assignment with their requested roommates (if applicable). Returning students who have not yet registered for fall classes will be assigned shortly after registering.

All new students will be assigned to housing over the coming weeks.

Students who have not yet applied for housing may do so by going to www.aic.edu/myhousing .

To ensure students and their families can make an informed decision that fits their individual circumstances, the residency requirement has been suspended for the 2020-2021 academic year. This means any student can choose to live off campus during the 2020-2021 academic year; however, if a student moves into campus housing, they are required to live on campus for the duration of the academic year (subject to withdrawal policies).

AIC hopes to resume face-to-face instruction during the Spring 2021 semester. Students who live in college housing for the Fall 2020 semester will have priority for Spring 2021 housing and will remain in their Fall 2020 housing assignment.

The number of single rooms on campus is limited. Students who have a medical condition requiring a single room should contact accessibility.services@aic.edu for more information. A letter from a medical provider outlining the medical necessity for a single room will be required.

With the exception of the assigned move-in window, residential students will not be permitted to have guests in their residence hall for at least the first three weeks of classes. This restriction includes, but is not limited to, family members, significant others, delivery drivers, admissions visitors, unauthorized vendors, non-essential staff, and all AIC students that are not assigned to the residence hall. Guest policy will be reviewed regularly and updated as milestones in key indicators are reached.

Move-in Process

Move-in Process

To reduce density on campus as students move-in to the residence halls, the College will have a staggered move-in schedule. More details, such as how to sign up for a move-in time, can be found HERE. Below are some considerations to assist students with planning for their arrival:

All students and guests assisting with move-in will be required to wear a face covering.

Each student will be allowed a maximum of two guests to assist with move-in during the scheduled time window.

New Student Move-in

New Student Move-in

New students are encouraged to sign up to drop off belongings in advance between August 14 –August 16. All local students coming from within a 30-mile radius of campus are required to utilize the early drop-off option. New students who drop off belongings will not be permitted to remain in housing at that time but may return to their residence hall on August 21, 2020 between 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. You must check in at the Griswold Theatre first to pick up your key and ID in order to enter your residence hall. New Student Orientation begins during the afternoon of August 21, so it is important that students plan their arrival accordingly.

New students who are unable to move belongings in early will be able to move in between August 18 –August 20 and remain. These time slots are limited. Priority for these days will be given to international and out-of-state students. If possible, it is important that you move in your belongings into the residence hall in advance to decrease the number of students moving in during this time.

New students may bring up to two individuals to help them move in. Unfortunately, due to the need to maintain physical distance, the College will not have staff/volunteers available to help with new student move-in. Under normal circumstances, move-in is when the AIC community comes together to support and welcome new students, and the College looks forward to a time when we can resume this practice.

All students and guests assisting with move-in will be required to wear a face covering.

If you have not yet applied for housing, please go to www.aic.edu/myhousing.

Returning Student Move-in

Returning Student Move-in

Returning students are encouraged to sign up to drop off belongings in advance between August 14 –August 16. All local students coming from within a 30-mile radius of campus are required to utilize the early drop-off option. Returning students who drop off belongings will not be permitted to remain in housing at that time but may return to their residence hall on August 23, 2020 after 9 a.m.

Returning students who are unable to move belongings in early will be able to move-in between August 21 through August 23 and remain. These time slots are limited. Priority for these days will be given to international and out-of-state students. It is important that you move in your belongings in advance if you are able to decrease the number of students moving in during this time.

Returning students may bring up to two individuals with them to assist with move-in.

All students and guests assisting with move-in will be required to wear a face covering.

If you have not yet applied for housing, please go to www.aic.edu/myhousing.

Athlete and Other Special Population Move-in

Athlete and Other Special Population Move-in

All fall sports teams will follow the new and returning student move-in process respectively and move in at the time they reserve. Fall athletes will not return to campus early.

All students that are part of a group that typically moves in early, (such as resident advisors, orientation leaders, etc.) will receive individual move-in dates and instructions specific to their population.

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