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Fall 2020 Check-In Information

  • Before You Arrive!

    This year, there are a few steps that you will need to take, before you arrive on-campus to check-in to your residence hall, and we have outlined those below!

    We are excited to announce that the Fall Check-In Screening Questionnaire is available NOW in your MyHousing account. 

    You Can Now, login to your MyHousing account through this link, https://www.angelo.edu/housinglogin/ and find the Fall Check-In Screening Questionnaire under the Questionnaire/Applications tab. 

    Complete the Questionnaire:
    • Step 1: The student will need to read and sign the Housing Contract Addendum which has information about our COVID-19 response and process as well as housing and meal plan refund information.
    • Step 2: The student will need to answer the Wellness Screening Questions
    • Step 3: We are only allowing two (2) guests to accompany a student to assist with moving into the residence halls. The student will need to Indicate the two (2) guests who will be coming to assist with student move-In
    • Step 4: Each guest will need to answer the Wellness Screening Questions for themselves.
    • Step 5: Once complete simply submit the Fall Check-In Screening Questionnaire.

    Once you have successfully completed the Fall Check-In Screening Questionnaire, you will be able to select your Fall Check-in date.

    Select Your Fall Check-In Date and Time:
    • Navigate back to the home screen in your MyHousing account.
    • Select Fall 2020 under your Room Assignments.
    • Your Check-In Process will be located under your Room Assignment.
    • Select your desired Check-in date and time from the drop-down menu provided.
    • Select Update My Time.
    • If you receive the following message: There are no available spaces remaining in the time slot you selected; that date/time block for your floor is full and you will need to select another date/time block.
    • If you need to change your Check-In date/time, you can simply log back into your MyHousing account and view the available date/time blocks and select a new check-in date/time.
    • If you cannot arrive during one of the established time blocks (example: driving up that day and won’t arrive until 6pm, need to check-in over the weekend), you will need to email housing@angelo.edu and request an alternative check-in time.

    We are eager for your arrival on campus and are excited about all the great memories you will begin to make as part of the Ram Fam!  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to us at housing@angelo.edu and don’t forget to keep up-to-date with all of the information you will need to know about coming to campus by checking https://www.angelo.edu/covid-19/returning-to-campus/ regularly!

  • Centralized Check-In

    We know you are excited to arrive and have questions about how the Fall 2020 Check-in Process will work!  We cannot wait for you to get here and are excited to share our Centralized Drive-thru Check-In Process with you below!

    Before You Leave Home for ASU/San Angelo

    • Double check your Check-in Date and Time by logging into your MyHousing and looking under your Fall 2020 Room Assignment
    • Don’t forget your mask/face covering for you and your 2 guests
    • Check our webpage for all the most up-to-date information about Fall Check-In https://www.angelo.edu/dept/residential_programs/fall_check_in.php

      Before You Arrive On-Campus the Day of your Check-In

    • Complete the Daily Wellness Screening
      • Students can access the Daily Wellness Screening tool by:
        • Logging into RamPort with your ASU credentials and complete the screening, or
        • Download the ASU Mobile App, login with your ASU credentials and complete the screening
      • Guests can access the Visitor Wellness Screening tool by:
      • If you or one of your guests report symptoms or contact with a positive case in the screening:
        • Because your health and the health of all the Ram Family is our greatest priority, we ask that you do not come to campus to check-in.
        • If you are already in San Angelo:
          • We ask that you to be evaluated by medical professionals at Shannon’s testing site on 110 E. Twohig where they can provide you with either documentation that no test is necessary or with rapid testing results.
          • Once you have the negative test results for your group or documentation that no testing was necessary, you can come to our Central Check-In location at Foster Field and complete your check-in.
          • If you or one of your guests test positive, please call the main housing office at 325-942-2035 and they can provide you with more information and next steps.
        • If you are not already in San Angelo:
          • We ask that you to be evaluated by a medical professional.
          • Once you have the negative test results for your group or documentation that no testing was necessary, you can come to our Central Check-In location at Foster Field and complete your check-in.
          • If you or one of your guests test positive, please call the main housing office at 325-942-2035 and they can provide you with more information and next steps.
    • Make sure you have your campus ID number ready so we can quickly look up your information and get you through the check-in process and on to your residence hall!

    Arrive On-Campus the Day of your Check-In

    • Everyone who signed up for a Check-In Date of August 12th, 13th, or 14th between the hours of 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM will go to the Foster Field (baseball) parking lot, located at 1600 University Ave. Please enter through the University Avenue entrance on the South side of the parking lot.
    • There you will be met by one of our Greeters and they will share the following information with you:
      • They will direct you to the appropriate lane for your residence hall
        • Left Lane is for Centennial Village Residents
        • Center Lane is for Texan Hall Residents
        • Right Lane is for Plaza Verde & Massie Residents
      • They will give you a card with the Check-In Process Steps
        • Have your Campus ID # Ready (813…..)
        • If you haven’t already, please complete the Daily Wellness Screening
        • It will also have a Campus Map/Directions to Residence Hall
      • Finally, they will give the resident either a mask or gaiter
    • The next staff member you meet will complete your check-in with you by:
      • Asking for your campus ID number
      • Asking to see everyone’s Daily Wellness screening badge and if everyone has passed, you will all receive a colorful wrist band to wear so you can come in and out of the residence hall without having to keep showing staff your screening badge.
      • They will review some information with you and give you your room key.
      • At that point, your check-in process is complete and you can proceed to your residence hall to move-in!

      Arrive at Your Residence Hall to Move-In

    • You can park in your residence hall parking lot and begin to move your belongings into your room!
    • If you would like to checkout a cart, you can do that at the front desk of your building and Hall Staff will be available there to answer any of your questions.
    • Make sure you and your guests wear your mask or face covering any time you are in common areas, as well as to and from your vehicle.
    • Set up your new HOME and get ready for a Ramazing year!

    We are excited about your arrival and are busy making all the preparations possible to keep you and the entire Ram Fam safe! If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to us at housing@angelo.edu.  Keep up-to-date with all of the information you will need to know about coming to campus by checking angelo.edu/commitment regularly!

    Optional Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing

    The Texas Department of Emergency Management and Texas Military Department are offering free drive-through COVID-19 testing for students.  This is not required prior to your residence hall check-in and is not a rapid test, but is available.  You can find out more information about this opportunity by clicking here.

  • What to Bring?

    Here are some Frequently asked Questions about items to bring.

     
    • What should I bring with me?

      Items that we recommend you bring include:

      • masks/face coverings, hand sanitizer, gloves,
      • cleaning supplies, disinfectant spray, and sanitizing wipes
      • linens (bed size is long twin, 39” x 80”), blankets, and comforter,
      • throw rug, towels, and a shower curtain,
      • iron and laundry supplies,
      • UL rated surge protector, cell phone, a desk lamp,
      • food storage containers,
      • classroom and office supplies.

      You may also want to bring a few personal items (photos, posters, plants, etc.) to make you feel more at home. We also suggest that students bring a locking storage box or small trunk to better secure more valuable items.

      We also recommend that you bring toilet paper and other basic toiletries as well as cleaning supplies.

    • What types of appliances can I bring?

      All residence hall rooms have a micro-fridge unit. The micro-fridge is a combination microwave/refrigerator/freezer unit. No additional appliances for food preparation are permitted i.e. – toaster ovens, hot plates, sandwich grills, George Foreman grills, crock-pots, etc…

      Students are allowed to bring certain appliances, such as coffee makers, hair dryers, air popcorn poppers, computers, TVs and audio listening devices. If you have any questions about a particular appliance, please contact your hall staff or the Housing & Residential Programs Office at 325-942-2035.

    • Can I bring my own furniture?

      Your residence hall room or apartment is fully furnished. You may not remove or disassemble any of the furniture that is in place.

      You may bring a few additional items if space permits. If you have a documented medical condition that may require special accommodation, including furniture change, please contact the Housing & Residential Programs Office at 325-942-2035, to discuss options.

    • Can I have a pet?

      Due to the need for tight controls in the areas of health and sanitation as well as concern for the welfare of animals, pets are not allowed in any of the residential areas. This applies to guests as well as residents.

      You may keep a small aquarium of fish in your room. Aquariums cannot exceed 20 gallons in volume.

      Service animals are not pets, and in accordance with ADA regulations, are permitted in the residential facilities. If you anticipate bringing a certified service animal to campus, please contact our office in advance so that we can work with you to meet your specific assignment needs.

    • How do I know where my room is and who my roommate is?

      By logging into your MyHousing account you can find out what Residence Hall and room you are assigned.  You can also find out who your roommate(s) will be.

      MyHousing Login

    • Can I bring candles or incense?

      No. Objects that produce excessive heat, have an open flame, or smolder (i.e. candles, incense, Scentsy®, or halogen lights) constitute a serious risk for fire and are strictly prohibited in the residence halls and apartments.

     

  • Room Measurements

    Here are a few general room measurements for our residence halls and apartments here at Angelo State University!

    Room Measurements

    • Centennial Village Room Measurements

      Here are some Approximate measurements of a Centennial Village room. (all measurements are approximate and all measurements are in feet)

      Centennial Village 2 Bedroom Unit

      Living Room Area: 10X10

      Bedroom: 12X8

      Closet: 4X2

      Window: 5X3 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)

      Tub-shower: 5X3 (shower curtain rods are provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 6X6)

      Centennial Village 4 Bedroom Unit

      Living Room Area: 13X10

      Bedroom: 12X8

      Closet: 4X2

      Window: 5X3 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)

      Tub-shower: 5X3 (shower curtain rods are provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 6X6)

       

      All Beds are Twin Extra-Long.

      (If you would like to purchase linens for these beds please visit the Linens and Bedding Program page.)

    • Mary & Robert Massie Room Measurements

      Here are some Approximate measurements of a Massie room. (all measurements are approximate and all measurements are in feet)

      Mary & Robert Massie Rooms

      Bedroom: 17X12

      Front Closet: 5X2 (with 2 clothes racks and 2 shelves on the side)

      Back Closet: 7X2 (with 1 clothes rack and 1 shelf on the top)

      Window: 4X3 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)

      Shower: 3.5X3 (shower curtain rods are provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 6X6)

       

      All Beds are Twin Extra-Long.

      (If you would like to purchase linens for these beds please visit the Linens and Bedding Program page.)

    • Plaza Verde Room Measurements

      Here are some Approximate measurements of a Plaza Verde room. (all measurements are approximate and all measurements are in feet)

      Plaza Verde Rooms

      Bedroom: 12X18

      Wardrobe: 3X2

      Window: 5X3 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)

      Shower: 4X3 (shower curtain rods are provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 6X6)

       

      All Beds are Twin Extra-Long.

      (If you would like to purchase linens for these beds please visit the Linens and Bedding Program page.)

    • Texan Hall Room Measurements

      Here are some Approximate measurements of a Texan Hall room. (all measurements are approximate and all measurements are in feet)

      Texan Hall Rooms

      Living Room Area: 12X8

      Bedroom: 12X10

      Closet: 6X2

      Window: 5X4 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)

      Tub-shower: 5X3 (shower curtain rods are provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 6X6)

       

      All Beds are Twin Extra-Long.

      (If you would like to purchase linens for these beds please visit the Linens and Bedding Program page.)

    • Vanderventer Apartment Room Measurements

      Here are some Approximate measurements of a Vanderventer Apartment. (all measurements are approximate and all measurements are in feet)

      Vanderventer Apartments

      Living Room/Kitchen Area: 16X12

      Bedroom: 15X11

      Closet: 5X4

      Window: 5X3 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)

      Shower: 3X3 (shower curtain rods or door is provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 3X3)

       

      All Beds are Twin Extra-Long.

      (If you would like to purchase linens for these beds please visit the Linens and Bedding Program page.)

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