FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO MOVE INTO HOGE HALL!
BEFORE YOU LEAVE
Make sure you have the following with you:
- The Fall 2021 Move-in Map. Our Hokie Helpers will also have a copy available at the closest Hokie Helper tent.
- Your Hokie Passport. If you don't have your Hokie Passport, you will need to visit the Student Services building as soon as you arrive on campus to pick yours up.
- Your PIN Number to access your room, emailed to you prior to move-in. If you're a returning student, as long as you haven't changed it, your PIN will be the same as it was during the previous semester.
- Bottles of water are recommended for everyone coming to campus to help you move in.
- Hand carts or dollies are nice to have. We have a limited supply available, so we recommend bringing any equipment that may help make your move in process easier!
ARRIVING ON CAMPUS
Head to Unloading Area 1, or the Cassell Parking Lot.
- Stay on U.S. 460 and take Exit 6 to Southgate Drive. Turn left at the second traffic circle to enter Duck Pond Drive. Then, turn right onto Washington Street. Head straight through the next roundabout, and your assigned parking lot will be on your right just past McComas Hall.
- If you do not yet have your Hokie Passport, visit the Student Services Building. If you have your Hokie Passport already, proceed to unload your car!
MOVING INTO YOUR ROOM
Once your car is unloaded, you can head straight for your residence hall! You do not need to check in at a centralized location. When you swipe in to access your room, you'll automatically be checked into our system.
Remember, you'll need your PIN number to open the door, which was emailed to your vt.edu email account prior to your move-in timeslot. First, swipe your card in front of the door, and it will blink red-green red-green. Then, enter your PIN number, and the door will unlock.
Return your moving cart to where you found it so it can be used by the next timeslot.
Keep an eye on the time, and be sure to move your car by the end of your timeslot!
If your non-student guests want to stay on campus, they must move their car to one of our Long-Term Parking Lots (marked by LT on our move-in map) at the end of the timeslot to allow space for other students to move in.
AFTER MOVE IN
Here are a few things you should do after you move in: