Carroll University Residence Hall Move-Out Suspended

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Housing Updates (March 24, 2020)

As we continue to navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, please know we’re here to support you and will try our best to provide the most up-to-date information. The Spring 2020 Move-Out process and efforts to vacate residence halls have temporarily been halted due to the Safer at Home order as issued by the Wisconsin Governor’s Office. This order is effective on March 25 at 8 a.m. and remains in effect until April 24 at 8 a.m., or until a superseding order is issued by the Governor’s Office. Please read through all the detail as provided on this page as we hope most of your questions will be answered.

Starting on March 25, only residents who are approved to remain on campus will have access to the residence halls. Both visitors and overnight guests are prohibited in the residence halls. Access to campus locations will be restricted and all buildings will be locked. People in buildings are now required to display their university ID in plain sight or be ready to produce it upon request. The Office of Residence Life and Housing will continue to adapt and update services as warranted.

If you are a Student Staying on Campus

In certain circumstances only, we have granted approval for students to remain in campus housing through the remainder of the semester. If you have not yet returned to campus, you need to stay at home.

Important information for students currently living on campus:

If You Haven’t Completed the Move-Out Process

Your Area Director will communicate a move-out plan once the Safer at Home order is lifted. Please continue to monitor your email for updates about move-out scheduling. Do not return to campus unless you have prior approval to do so.

If You Need to Retrieve Essential Items from Your Space

Essential access to the residence halls will be appointment based and granted on a case by case basis. All other access to residence halls will be prohibited. Only resident students who have been approved to reside on campus will have access to residence halls. Essential access will be granted to those who need to gather medication that otherwise cannot be acquired at the resident’s permanent address or for materials that are critical to the resident’s coursework.

Essential access to residence halls is only meant for gathering a few crucial items. Move out will not be permitted during the Safer at Home order.

To request essential access to the residence halls residents must contact Public Safety during business hours 8 a.m. &*ndash; 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Residents must email Public Safety at with the following information:

Public Safety will respond to your email with either approval or denial or for clarification about the need for essential access. Do not travel to campus until after you have been approved to gather items from your living unit. If approved for access, you will be escorted by professional staff to and from your living unit. With limited staffing, gathering items from living units must be rapid and efficient.

If You are Eligible to Receive an Adjustment for Housing

Students who do not return to live in campus housing following the extended spring break will receive the housing credit regardless of their move-out date. Those details will be provided soon. Please continue to check your email.

For more information, visit the Office of Residence Life and Housing portal. Questions can be submitted at

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