Spring Move-In

Residence Hall Spring 2023 Move-In

Welcome Back Home!

We hope you had a relaxing and enjoyable break. The staff of K-State Housing and Dining Services is pleased to welcome you back to your campus community!

Residence halls open at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023 for the spring semester. Students planning to arrive early may move in as early as 1p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023 for an additional fee of $50.00/day for each day prior to the official opening day.

Fall 2022 Move-In Calendar


Housing and Dining Services will send notification to all residents via their K-State email when move-in appointments are available. Residents can anticipate receiving this email in December. All residents are required to complete the required information and create a check-in appointment.

Residence Hall Handbook and Calendar

The residence hall handbook includes important policies and procedures. Residents are responsible for adhering to the terms of the handbook, including the procedures specific to COVID-19. Each resident should review the Residence Hall Handbook in its entirety. The updated calendar with important dates is included in the handbook as well. The calendar is updated yearly in late June or early July.


Help Ensure a Safe Return to K-State

Each K-Stater has a role in illness mitigation. By taking simple steps to care for your yourself and those around you, you can do your part to support the university's efforts to begin — and maintain — an in-person semester. Specific actions you can take are:
  • Wash your hands frequently and follow good hand hygiene practices.
  • Follow physical distancing guidelines.
  • Stay home as much as possible the two weeks before classes start.
  • Know the symptoms of COVID-19 and self-monitor for them.
  • Prepare a wellness kit with items such as hand sanitizer, a thermometer, bandages, fever reducers, cough drops, etc.
  • Read K-State guidance and FAQ for returning to campuses .
For more information on a healthy and safe return to the university, watch for announcements shared through K-State Today and visit K-State's COVID-19 webpage.