/ Residential Life and Housing

Move-Out

The Residential Life move-out plan is suspended through April 13, 2020, per Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s recent “stay-at-home” directive.

Updates

  • The Residential Life move-out plan is suspended through April 13.
  • If you signed up to pick up your belongings Monday, March 23, you may proceed as scheduled. If you registered for a date after March 23, please consider your date canceled until further notice.
  • If you are a student-athlete who is scheduled to turn in equipment and/or clean out your locker room Monday, March 23, you may proceed as scheduled. If you registered for a date after March 23, please consider your date cancelled until further notice.
  • We will develop an updated plan for the move-out process. This may take some time as we follow developments and wait for the situation to stabilize. (Per the governor’s timeframe, a new plan would not launch until April 14 at the earliest.) Be assured we will communicate the details as soon as they are finalized.
  • If you are an international student currently living on campus, a staff member from the Center for Global Engagement will contact you with additional guidance, as needed.
  • If you are a student who received approval to stay on campus and are now trying to determine best next steps, email Kristyn Bochniak at bochniak@hope.edu.

Questions

If you have any additional questions, please e-mail campushealth@hope.edu.