strings up studentsMove Out!

Halls Close on Friday, May 18, 2018
at 8:00 p.m.


  • Attend your mandatory floor meeting! You will receive important closing information, hall check-out procedures and how to avoid damage/cleaning charges.
  • You must schedule a check-out appointment by Friday, May 11. Appointment times will be posted - check with your RA for the location of their appointment times.
  • Arrange furniture in the proper order and return bed to the 5th notch.
  • All personal items must be removed from your room/suite. Check all drawers and closets.Clean and vacuum thoroughly. Wipe down all surfaces including drawers, shelves and closets. Vacuum under couch cushions.
  • Cleaning supplies, furniture placement diagrams, extra trash bags and a list of recommended cleaning supplies will be available at the front desk.
  • Remove all trash to appropriate outside dumpster or trash chute. Do not leave trash/personal items in the hallway or trash room.
  • Your room key and access fob must be returned at the time of your check-out appointment. The charge for an unreturned key or access fob is $30 each.
  • In the American River Courtyard, all suitemates are responsible for the common space cleaning and/or charges. The last suitemate out will complete the common space check-out with the RA.
  • Complete all items listed on your check-out form prior to your appointment.
  • Update your current address with the University. This can be done online through your My Sac State account. Any mail that is received on your behalf will be forwarded to the current address on file with the University.
  • Pay any outstanding Housing debts promptly (i.e. rent/board, damages, etc.) at the Bursar's Office in Lassen Hall.

  • Spring 2018 Move Out Flyers and Information (to be updated)
  • Room Layout Diagram:  Desmond, Draper, Jenkins, Riverview, Sierra and Sutter Hall Rooms and American River Courtyard - Suites (Coming Soon)


Lot 2 - Residence Hall Area and Parking Structure II and Lot 11.

Students with a valid parking permit for Parking Structure II or Lot 11 are allowed to load their vehicle in the Residence Hall parking Lot 2 on Monday, May 14 – Wednesday, May 16 during the hours of 8am –4pm with a Loading Zone permit ONLY.  Loading zone permits can be obtained at Information Booth 1 off the J street entry to campus.  The loading zone permit is for 2 hours only.

On Thursday, May 17 and Friday, May 18 residential students with a valid permit for Parking Structure II or Lot 11 are allowed to load their vehicle in the Residence Hall parking Lot 2.  No loading zone permit is required.

Parents/guardians assisting residence hall students with move out, can stop by the Information Booth 1 (off J Street) to pick up a courtesy permit to park in the Residence Hall Lot 2.  This is in effect starting on Monday, May 14 – Friday, May 18.

All vehicle drivers are reminded to park and load only in designated parking spaces or loading zones only.   Vehicles will be ticketed/or towed if parking in the red fire line.

Click HERE to view a map of the Residence Hall parking Lot 2


  • Your RA will complete the initial room assessment.
  • The RA does not apply charges, nor do they make any decisions about charges. The RA only notes the condition of your room/suite.
  • Your Residence Life Coordinator applies room/suite charges after you move out based on the Room/Suite Condition Report.

LATE DEPARTURE REQUEST - Available Monday, April 30, 2018

Any resident who needs to stay late past 8:00 p.m. on Friday, May 18 due to extenuating circumstances or graduation will need to submit an online Late Departure Request by 12:00 noon on Friday, May 11.  Your request for late departure will be reviewed by the Residence Life Coordinator, and when approved or denied, additional information will be emailed to you.

This includes graduating seniors, summer school students, summer housing staff, athletes with late competitions, residents that are helping with commencement ceremonies, etc.

All approved late departures are subject to the following:

  • An additional rental fee of $34.00 per night will be charged for the additional night(s) of stay.  This charge will be assessed to your University account.
  • Graduating seniors participating in graduation ceremony Friday or Saturday are exempt from the charge.
  • Meal service in The Servery at the Dining Commons will not be available during the late stay period.
  • Residents are responsible for abiding by all terms and conditions of the license agreement as well as the regulations outlined in the residence hall handbook.
  • No overnight guest(s) are allowed.

Submit a Late Departure Request - Click HERE (Available on April 30)


All damage charges will be posted to your University account by June 1, 2018, and must be paid promptly. Please remember that any past due charges will result in a University hold on your records. This hold will affect the release of your grades and your summer and/or fall registration, etc.

  • If necessary, you may email the Housing and Residential Life Office beginning June 4, 2018 to request a copy of your Room/Suite Condition Report showing damage charges.
  • Questions or appeals regarding room charges must be made via email only to
  • Deadline: Appeals for charges must be emailed by June 15, 2018.


  • Items such as old computers and televisions should be disposed of properly in e-waste receptacles located in each building.


  • Traditional Hall residents are to take trash and recycle to the dumpsters behind their buildings.
  • American River Courtyard residents, please take trash bags and flattened boxes to the dumpsters located in the Interior Courtyard
  • Please DO NOT LEAVE any trash outside American River Courtyard chute doors.
  • Identified trash left in the hallways may be assessed and charged to the resident involved!


A Goodwill Trailer will be located on the Housing Quad to receive your gently used items.

The trailer will be here on the following dates and times:

  • Wednesday, May 16: 12:00 Noon - 6:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, May 17: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Friday, May 18: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 19: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The following items are acceptable:  clean clothes and shoes, purses, backpacks, belts, books, decoration items, stuffed animals, unused school supplies and clean linens. 


Extended Quiet Hours

  • At 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 6th, our extended quiet hours policy begins and extends through Saturday, May 12th.  Quiet hours will be from 7pm until 9am each day within that week.  
  • These extended quiet hours are for the residence halls and all surrounding outside locations within the housing complex (including the pool, basketball court, tennis court, quads, etc.).

24 Hour Quiet Hours

  • All halls observe 24-hour quiet hours during Finals Week.  This is in effect from Sunday, May 13th through closing.
  • During the 24-hour quiet hours period, the purpose of the courtesy hours is to encourage community members to still be respectful of the needs of others if you need to take a break from your studies.  It is important for community members to appropriately confront noise during this time. 
  • 24-hour quiet hours are for the residence halls and all surrounding outside locations within the housing complex (including the pool, basketball court, tennis court, quads, etc.).


RHA and College Products will be on campus to receive your rented Micro Fridge on Friday May 18 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. in the Housing Quad area.

If you have questions, see your Resident Advisor, or Residence Life Coordinator.