When may I move in?

Our main move-in weekend is September 4-5, 2021. All incoming residents have received detailed emails about the move-in process. If you have not received the emails, please let us know. 

2021 Covid Protocols

  • Non-medical masks or face coverings are mandatory 
  • You may only bring 2 guests to help you move 
  • There will be no student leaders available to help you move 
  • There will be carts available for sign-out at each building check-in site 

Parking

On move-in day, unloading zones will be set up along the streets in front of the three buildings. Please respect others’ needs and move your car as soon as your belongings are unloaded. There is some metered parking in the area, and you will be given a map when you arrive with University lots highlighted. Parking in downtown Toronto is always a challenge, but we will do our best to direct you to possible locations.  

What do I need to bring?

2021-2022 New College Move-In Checklist  

Most rooms are small but cozy. They are fully furnished so all you need to supply are the things to make your room feel more like home: 

  • bed linens (pillows, sheets, blankets, comforter, etc.)  
  • toiletries (including towels, washcloths, shower shoes, etc.)  
  • clothes hangers, thumb tacks (for bulletin boards), posters, sticky tack (no nails or screws please)  
  • computer and power bar (see ResNet section for internet connection information)  
  • alarm clock (strong enough to take abuse!)  
  • radio/stereo (no sub-woofers, please!)  
  • mugs and dishes for late night study breaks  
  • laundry supplies  
  • plants  
  • bike (all bikes must be stored on the bike racks outside each building; the bike room is not currently available) 

Prohibited Items

  • Sub-woofers
  • Wireless routers 
  • Halogen lamps
  • Waterbeds
  • Large refrigerators (Over 5 cubic feet)
  • Hot plates, indoor grills, toaster ovens, microwave
  • Pets of any kind (cats, dogs, reptiles, birds, fish, etc.)
  • Heating equipment (such as a space heater) or any device that might overload the electric circuits (anything exceeding 12 amps)
  • Cooking appliances (i.e. kettle, coffee maker, blender, rice cooker, popcorn maker, toaster) *you may use these appliances in the Common Kitchen space ONLY
  • Candles, incense, and smoking materials (we are smoke-free)
  • Any firearms, ammunition, air guns/rifles, fireworks, prohibited weapons, offensive weapons, slingshots, explosives, illicit drugs and narcotics