Warren Students

Fall 2016

Residents will receive an important email containing information about move-in for Fall 2016 mid August 2016.  The email will include your room assignment, roommates information and move-in directions. See our FAQ page for additional move-in information.

New Students (incoming first-year students)

Important information regarding your move-in process.

  • What to expect when you arrive between Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, 2016:
    • Follow the driving directions to Parking Lot P502 provided in the email.  You MUST follow this procedure. Print out the email so you have it with you.
    • Make sure you (the student) have read and filled out all the necessary paperwork (including Minor Student Form) in your email.  Make sure you also print out your Qwik Pass.
    • BE ON TIME.
    • Pack some snacks and water in case of delays (we try our best to keep the process moving, but that means everyone needs to do their part and following all the instructions.  Otherwise, delays will occur).
    • A licensed driver must be with the vehicle at ALL TIMES and as soon as the vehicle is unpacked, it NEEDS TO BE MOVED so the next vehicle can unload.
    • There will be a limited number of blue  laundry bins available (a $5.00 deposit and valid state-issued driver's license or state-issued ID is required for rental) to assist in moving your belongings.
    • Read your email for all of the details regarding your move-in process.
    • For reference, here is a map of the campus showing the route to Parking Lot P502.
    • If you are attending the Thursday, September 15, 2016 oreintation, you will be able to move in to your on-campus space on Wednesday, September 14, 2016. If you are attending the Friday, September 16, 2016 orientation, you will be able to move in ro your on campus space Thursday, September 15, 2016. Please refer to your assignment email.

Continuing Students (non first-year students)

Important information regarding your move-in process.

  • What to expect when you arrive between Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, 2016:
    • Follow the driving directions to Parking Lot P502 provided in the email.  You MUST follow this procedure.  You cannot skip a step.  Print out the email so you have it with you.
    • BE ON TIME.
    • Pack some snacks and water in case of delays (we try our best to keep the process moving, but that means everyone needs to do their part and following all the instructions.  Otherwise, delays will occur).
    • There will be a limited number of blue laundry bins available (a $5.00 deposit and valid state-issued driver's license or state-issued ID is required for rental) to assist in moving your belongings.
    • Read your email for all the details regarding your move-in process.
    • For reference, here is a map of the campus showing the route to Parking Lot P502.

General Housing Information

Who do I contact for...?

Housing Assignment Information

  • Log on to http://hdh.ucsd.edu/housing/myroomassignment.asp with your User ID and Password
  • You will be able to see your housing assignment
  • You will be able to see your roommate(s)
  • You will be able to see your scheduled move-in date and time.

Warren Room Assignments

  • Placement for Warren residents is based on the original housing application date 
  • On the Room Preference website, rank your preferences for room type (single, double, or triple)
  • Warren Residential Life assigns students to singles, doubles, and triples
  • The original application date will determine if a student is assigned a residential hall, apartment space, or overflow to another college (all residential hall spaces are filled first)
  • Students who have a need for special housing accommodation (e.g. medical, religious) must register with the Office for Students with Disabilities.

Appliance Restrictions

  • Appliances: Air conditioners are prohibited as well as appliances with open electrical coils and electric grills. All small electrical appliances must be UL approved and subject to the electrical capacity of the room.
  • Cooking: The Warren Residential Halls do not have kitchens or kitchenettes; therefore, only microwave ovens with a capacity of 1.5 cubic feet or less and a maximum of 700 watts are allowed (no rice cookers, hot plates, etc.)
  • Refrigerators: Only refrigerators with a capacity smaller than five (5) cubic feet with a safe UL-approved electrical system are allowed in residential halls. Apartments already have a refrigerator.
  • For more information on Residential Responsiblities go to http://warren.ucsd.edu/res-life/responsibilities.html

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