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Move In

Move In

Thank you to all the students, parents, and volunteers that made Move-in 2017 a success.  Check back in March for updates regarding Move-in 2018!

Week of Welcome

WSU's Move-In App will help you navigate campus, find dining choices and view a calendar of all events.
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Week of Welcome is all about getting to know campus, meeting other Cougs, and getting ready for your next academic adventure! Wow.wsu.edu

Move In!

Move-In Photos

When you arrive at your hall, check in at the front desk. Bring your CougarCard ID!

When you arrive at your hall, check in at the front desk. Bring your CougarCard ID!

Unloading zones will be available to help get students’ belongings from the car to the residence hall as quickly as possible.

Unloading zones will be available to help get students’ belongings from the car to the residence hall as quickly as possible.

Volunteers will be in matching t-shirts and are there to help you.

Volunteers will be in matching t-shirts and are there to help you.

Hundreds of WSU students, faculty, and staff will be helping at each residence hall to make the moving process quick and easy.

Hundreds of WSU students, faculty, and staff will be helping at each residence hall to make the moving process quick and easy.

Students and faculty love to get to know new students. Feel free to ask them questions about campus life.

Students and faculty love to get to know new students. Feel free to ask them questions about campus life.

Large rolling carts will also be available for check out at each residence hall.

Large rolling carts will also be available for check out at each residence hall.

Check out the housing website for a list of items students should and should not bring to campus.

Check out the housing website for a list of items students should and should not bring to campus.

Don’t forget to dress for the warm weather, take breaks, and drink lots of water.

Don’t forget to dress for the warm weather, take breaks, and drink lots of water.