Marshall College Move Out 

Ready for your Summer vacay? It’s time to start packing up! Use this page for everything you need to know about moving out and starting off your Summer right!

 

DID YOU KNOW? 

  • All residents MUST be completely moved out of their room by 6 PM on Saturday, June 15th, 2019. Please read this page carefully and plan to move out accordingly!  You must be physically moved out of your space (belongings and self!) and keys returned no later than 6:00 pm on Saturday, June 15th. 

  • Graduating seniors, you should plan to be checked out immediately after your commencement. See below for information from Housing Dining and Hospitality (HDH) about how to request a move out extensions.

STEPS for check out:

  • STEP 1- Fil out the HOUSING (HDH) MOVE OUT FORM
    • Please note that move out EXTENSIONS will only be granted to confirmed graduating seniors and Summer Housing residents.
  • Step 2- MAIL AND PARCELS
    • Avoid ordering packages to your campus address beyond Monday of Finals week. Empty out your mailboxes from Fireside and pick up all of your parcels from the parcel before FRIDAY, June 14th at 4pm. Change your current address on TritonLink ONLY if you do not want your mail forwarded to your permanent address, and would rather have it forwarded elsewhere.
  • STEP 3- Print MOVE OUT LOADING VOUCHER and VACATE
    • Once your space is completely vacant & clean, you must return your keys because you will no longer be able to return to your apartment once this step is completed. 
    • You will need to print out a Marshal College specific move out LOADING VOUCHER fill out contact info and have it placed on your dashboard. IF you don't have access to a printer, please stop by our office to pick up a copy. 
    • See below for details on the process.

CHECKING OUT- When and How:

  • Express check-out:   

    • Step 1

      Make sure all your belongings are cleared out of the space. You cannot re-enter your living space once you check out.  

      Step 2

      Take an envelope and fill out the information on the label. You must WRITE CLEARLY. If we cannot read the writing, we cannot process the checkout.

      Step 3

      Seal envelope: Give it to the person at the front desk OR place sealed envelope in drop off slot.

      Step 4

      Log on to the web based application for an express check out. You can use your phone to go to the undergrad housing portal ---> log in ---> click “express check out”

  • Any student needing an exception for after 6:00 pm on Saturday, June 15th can complete an “Exception” form and provide information that will go to the Residential Life Offices to be reviewed. Exceptions are only granted for confirmed graduating seniors and Summer Housing residents. The deadline to request an extention is June 6, 2019. Request an extension here.

  • Please note: A $45 improper check out fee will apply if you do not follow proper move out procedures.

 TRAFFIC AND ACCESS


  • Significant delays and various road closures/detours should be expected, so please plan accordingly, so you and your family can avoid the frustration of being stuck and delayed.
  • Your best bet, if you are all done with finals, is to be checked out BEFORE Saturday, June 15th to avoid traffic congestion and any kinds of delays. We suggest that you move out no later than 24 hours after you have completed your last final.
  • If you cannot leave before Saturday, please have an abundance of patience because you will find yourself in the middle of things that are going to be difficult to navigate. 
  • Our best advice is to follow the instructions given to you by any campus official during this time, and to keep a positive attitude. 
  • Find more information regarding commencement parking and traffic impacts at: http://transportation.ucsd.edu/parking/commencement.html

 LOADING YOUR CAR: 

  • You will need to print out a Marshal College specific move out loading voucher, fill out contact info and have it placed on your dashboard. IF you don't have access to a printer, please stop by our office to pick up a copy. 
  • Due to heavy commencement-related traffic and temporary road closures, anyone who needs to bring a vehicle onto or through campus for move out of a residential unit must display a college-specific move-out access pass on the dashboard.
  • Don't get upset or flustered if you have a tough time getting around. Access will only be granted as safety allows. In-and-out access to the area during commencement activities and WILL be difficult and limited and delays. (Thus we recommend moving out before Saturday morning!)
  • To avoid commencement-related delays, moving out earlier is strongly recommended, especially when making multiple trips.
  • See below for details specific to your living area.

Marshall College, RESIDENCE HALLS instructions

Marshall College, RESIDENCE HALLS instructions:

  • Enter campus at Pangea Drive.
  • Access to both Pangea Drive and lot P304 will be controlled at Pangea Drive entrance to campus.
  • Park in lot P304 or the south side of Pangea Drive.
  • To exit campus, travel south on Scholars Drive North to Muir College Lane (no exit from Pangea Drive).
  • Print and display this college-specific move-out loading voucher (PDF) on your driver’s side dash for access through road closures.

Marshall College, LOWER APARTMENTS instrutions:

Marshall College, LOWER APARTMENTS:

  • Enter campus via Gilman Drive and proceed to westbound Voigt Drive.
  • Access to lot P308 will be controlled at both the intersection of Gilman Drive and Voigt Drive and the intersection of Hopkins Drive and Voigt Drive.
  • To exit campus, follow Voigt Drive east and use Gilman Drive or Campus Point Drive (no exit via Hopkins Drive).
  • Print and display this college-specific move-out loading voucher (PDF) on your driver’s side dash for access through road closures.

Marshall College, UPPER APARTMENTS instructions:

Marshall College, UPPER APARTMENTS: 

  • Enter campus at Pangea Drive, proceed east on Thurgood Marshall Lane.
  • Access to lot P310 will be controlled at Pangea Drive entrance to campus and at the intersection of Scholars Drive South and Pangea Drive.
  • Load your vehicle in lot P310.
  • To exit campus, travel south on Scholars Drive North to Muir College Lane (no exit from Pangea Drive).
  • Print and display this college-specific move-out loading voucher (PDF) on your driver’s side dash for access through road closures.

Donations and Sustainablity

DAV Donation Drive

Beginning Monday, May 20

For the locations of DAV donation bins on campus, check out the DAV location map.

What can I donate?

  • No pillows, mattresses, or food items
  • Everything else is ok!
    • Electronics, microwaves, toasters, mini-fridges are all ok! Working or non-working will be accepted.
    • Mirrors, large items and furniture may be placed next to the bins – the sign on the bin says no, but we’re telling you to do it anyway!

Who/What is DAV?

DAV stands for Disabled American Veterans. DAV Industries, Inc. is a non-profit charity organization dedicated to helping Disabled American Veterans and their dependents here in San Diego County. 

Your generous donations help support their many programs, including helping veterans placed into housing, assisting local high school students from low income families who need clothing and accessories for job interviews, and more! 1 ton of donations results in $2000 towards these services. And last year, UC San Diego students donated 38 tons! Let's do it again this year!

To learn more, please visit dav.org and davveteransthriftstores.com

Triton Food Pantry Food Drive

Beginning Monday, June 3

Look for the big yellow bins in the markets

Got extra food? If you haven’t eaten it by now - donate it! UNOPENED, non-perishable food items

Last year, UC San Diego students donated over 2,000 pounds of food to the Triton Food Pantry. These donations kept the Pantry stocked for the entire summer!

What can I donate?

Accepting UNOPENED, non-perishable food items. 

Most needed items include:

  • peanut butter
  • almond butter
  • cereal
  • canned beans
  • canned tuna
  • canned chicken
  • pasta sauce
  • dry noodles
  • cooking oils
  • instant oatmeal
  • granola bars
  • canned fruit

What is the Triton Food Pantry?

To learn more, please visit basicneeds.ucsd.edu/triton-food-pantry

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