Move-in will be carefully structured and staggered to ensure safety and reduce density. All move-ins will be by scheduled appointments only; the schedule of staggered dates is available online. Residential students should check their Wittenberg email for information about how to sign up for a move-in appointment and other guidelines for students and helpers. Students living in chapter-owned houses will receive instructions from their specific house leadership regarding move-in. Please DO NOT make plans to arrive on campus prior to reviewing the move-in information for your particular fall housing assignment.
If you have concerns or questions about move-in, please email email@example.com.
Housing and Community Expectations
Wittenberg will ask all residential students to acknowledge our community living expectations for the upcoming academic year.
- Each residence hall room or Witten’burbs property will be considered a unit or "household.”
- Within each household unit, students who live there will not be required to wear a face covering or observe physical distancing. Once students leave their unit, they must abide by campus-wide guidelines and expectations.
- Visitors to residence hall rooms and Witten’burbs properties will be limited. Each residential student will be permitted to have one Wittenberg visitor at a time. For health and safety purposes, no external visitors will be permitted. Students can request for a parent or guardian to visit. Those requests should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re All in This Together – Students will need to be proactive to slow the spread of COVID-19 by following University expectations and protocols related to the pandemic. To continue in-person operations, we all must do our part to keep our community as safe as we can. Students who fail to uphold these expectations are subject to accountability through the student conduct process. As a last resort, students who dismiss these expectations may be removed from in-person operations on campus.
We will be adjusting the ways dining works so that our dining spaces meet physical distancing expectations. In addition, we will use approaches such as spreading out hours, providing easy grab-and-go options, reducing high-touch points, and eliminating self-service options.