Residential Student Move-Out Procedures
Residential students should be moved out of their room the day following their last final exam UNLESS they need to stay on campus for graduation or to see a close friend graduate (or have signed up for summer housing).
Everyone MUST be moved out NO LATER than 5pm on Saturday, May 14th unless they are staying for summer housing.
As you are moving out, please be respectful of noise if there are still residents studying for final exams. Also, please dispose of trash properly. Carpet and other large non-furniture items need to be placed directly in the dumpsters. If you need to dispose of a couch, please contact your RA – there is a $25 fee that Eureka Disposal now charges to pick up couches. Items should NOT be disposed of in the stairwells, lounges, hallways, or left in your room or charges will be issued. If a trashcan is full, do not place items beside the trashcan. Take the items to an empty trashcan or outside to the dumpster. Extra trashbags can be obtained from your RA.
EVERYTHING must be returned to its original condition/position. All furniture should be properly secured in its original place.
Clean and dust your room. The floor should be thoroughly swept. This includes the closet and under the desk and bed. Do not sweep debris into the hallway, or you will be charged for extra cleaning.
Remove all items from walls including tape, posters, hooks, etc. You will be billed for any damages these items may have caused to the walls or furniture.
Lock all windows and close blinds.
Lock your room door before turning in your key.
Remove all mail from your mailbox and turn in your mail key to the Mailroom!
After your RA has checked you out, you must take your RCR, pink check-out list (your RA will have this), and keys/key cards to the SPS Office. This must be done between 8am and 5pm on or before May 14th. Failure to do this will result in a $50 fine to your account!
Eureka College is not responsible for any items left in the hallways, lounges, etc while a resident is moving out. Please do not leave items unattended!
Have a safe trip home and a great summer!
(If you still need to sign up for summer housing, forms are due to the SPS Office on or before 5pm on Friday, May 6th.)
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As the campus prepares for the end of the semester, please see below for the summer schedule and hours. The summer office hours schedule for staff will begin Monday, May 16 and continue through Friday, August 5. Offices will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- The College will be closed Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.
- The College will be closed Monday, July 4 in observance of the 4th of July holiday.
- Melick Library summer hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning Monday, May 16 until Friday, August 5. Normal hours will resume the first day of class.
- The Reagan Museum and the Cerf Center are open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- The Burgoo Café in the Cerf Center is open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning Tuesday, May 31. The Burgoo will return to normal hours for Welcome Week in August.
- Food service in the Dickinson Commons will be closed for the summer starting May 11 and will commence during Welcome Week in August.
- The Bonati Fitness Center summer hours are 5 a.m to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, beginning May 16.
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Books may be purchased and held for pick up on the EC Bookstore website. We were experiencing some problems earlier, but now seem to be solved. Check us out and compare prices. Alternatively, you may also try our rental affiliate, Skyo.
Meal Plan Balance and change in Commons dinner hours
Check your meal plan balance. It is very easy to do:
Log on to eureka.campuscardcenter.com and register. Its as simple as that! You can see the daily log of when and where you have used meals and flex spending, plus the remaining balances on the account.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kathy Moore.