Below are a few important dates in Residence Life:
FALL TERM 2015
Friday, August 28 – Freshman Move-in
Sunday, August 30 – Returning, Transfer, and Commuter to Resident Move-in
Tuesday, November 24 – Thanksgiving Break (Residence Halls close at 6pm*)
Sunday, November 29 – Residence Halls open at 3pm
Friday, December 18 – Fall Semester ends (Residence Halls close at 3pm*)
SPRING TERM 2016
Tuesday, January 19 – Residence Halls Open at 10am
Wednesday, January 20 – Spring Semester begins
Friday, February 19 – Spring Break (Residence Halls close at 3pm*)
Sunday, February 28 – Residence Halls open at 12pm
Wednesday, March 23 – Religious Holiday Break (Residence Halls close at 6pm*)
Sunday, March 28 – Residence Halls open at 3pm
Friday, May 13 – Spring Semester ends (Residence Halls close at 3pm*)
* For all closings and breaks, all residents must vacate the residence halls 3 HOURS AFTER THEIR LAST ACADEMIC COMMITTMENT. If you cannot leave the residence halls at the required time, you must contact your building director no later than 48 hours before closing to make alternate arrangements.
Current students can log in and access the Student Portal at my.dc.edu for other links and more information.
Below you will find information on how to submit maintenance and laundry service requests:
The facilities team works hard to address student repair requests the day or day after it is submitted. This can include a leaky faucet, blown light bulb, new shower curtain (to be delivered to your AD), a broken switch plate, or a variety of other items. Submit and email to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to include the following:
- Name and a contact phone number
- Building and room number
- Issue to be addressed
Emergency Maintenance Issues
There are a few issues that are considered emergency issues. These include heat, hot water, toilet issues, and power problems. If you have an issue with any of these things ask security, your AD (from 9am-5pm), or the RA on duty (from 5pm-9am) to call maintenance immediately to have the issue addressed.
ASI, our laundry provider works hard to maintain or laundry machines. They send a technician to all of our buildings once a week. Sometimes a machine will break down in-between service and it is so easy to put in a request to have it repaired. After a request is submitted, they send a technician with in 24 hours.
All you need to provide is the six digit machine number found in the upper corner of the machine (EX: X6D-627).
You can put in a request one of two ways: