Things to do before you arrive on campusContact your roommates(s)
Plan your arrival time to campus
To find your roommate's contact information, log into the housing portal. Go to the "Application Status" step and click on "View Details" next to your roommate. Your roommate's NAU e-mail address will be shown in that window. Send your roommate an e-mail to introduce yourself and start comparing notes on what you plan to bring. It's also a great time to start reviewing the Pre-Roommate Agreement Worksheet.
If you do not yet have a
room assignment or roommate listed, check back again in late July/early August.
Sustainable Living at NAU
Opening Day for the residence halls is Saturday, August 24 at 9 a.m. To best manage traffic flow and a smooth check-in experience, we have established a staggered check-in schedule. Please note your check-in time below and plan your arrival accordingly.
9am-11am 4th floor residents
11am-1pm 3rd floor residents
1pm-3pm 1st and 2nd floor residents
9am-11am 6th, 7th, and 8th floor residents
11am-1pm 3rd, 4th, and 5th floor residents
1pm-3pm 1st and 2nd floor residents
9am-11am 6th and 7th floor residents
11am-1pm 4th and 5th floor residents
1pm-3pm 1st – 3rd floor residents
Tinsley, Allen, Cowden, and Wilson Halls
9am-11am 3rd floor residents
11am-1pm 2nd floor residents
1pm-3pm 1st floor residents
If you have a need to check in early, please view our early check-in schedule and information here.
View our GuideComplete a Personal Property Inventory Form
to help you think about making some environmentally responsible choices while shopping for college.
Consider renter's insurance
Use this form
to inventory your personal items while you are packing.
Protect your personal property you bring with you to campus. Renter’s insurance protects your personal property against damage or loss, and insures you in case someone is injured while in your place of residence. Many people wonder about the residence halls and are curious if renter’s insurance will cover them while living on campus. The answer is yes - students living on campus are encouraged to obtain renter's insurance and actually make up one of the largest groups that has this type of insurance. Read and become familiar with the Standards of Residence
College students should consider purchasing renter’s insurance to protect their personal property, such as a computer, television, stereo, bicycle or furniture, in the event that it is damaged, destroyed or stolen. Renter’s insurance can also protect your belongings in case of disaster. It is important to be aware of what is specifically covered in the policy, confirming first with your insurance agent that the items in your place of residence are covered by renter’s insurance. If a student is a dependent under his or her parent’s insurance, the student’s personal property, in many cases, is not covered if the student lives on campus. However, parents should check their policy or contact their insurance agent for further information on coverage for their son or daughter who is away at school.
Purchase your parking permit online through Manage My ParkingObtain your Jacks Card
These are the policies and guidelines established for all students living in the residence halls, and are important to understand before arriving to campus.
Check out the 2013 Welcome Week Schedule of Events
Please have your JacksCard with you as you will need it to check into your hall. If you do not have JacksCard, please obtain your card at the JacksCard Office
in the University Union.
is a great way to connect and meet new friends.