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Move-In Process

Last updated on Nov 17, 2022

  • Spring 2023 Move In Day:
    • To ensure a quality move in experience and that the unit is move in ready, all incoming residents for Spring 2023 must arrive on Wednesday, January 11th, between 8am - 12pm based on their last name (see more below)
      • If residents are not able to meet their assigned time, they may arrive between 8am - 12pm on their assigned move in day
      • Please do not just "show up" prior to move in day, as we will not have a team to support your move in or your keys or unit may not be ready
    • Face coverings are required at all times in the residential halls, especially the lobby, hallways, and common areas.
    • All incoming residents are allowed up to two (2) helpers each, for Move In Day
  • Please read the Spring 2023 CCA Vaccination Requirements (proof due by January 1, 2023)
    • If you do not provide proof of full vaccination, including booster, or receive an approved exemption, you will be dropped from classes and will not be allowed to move in if you are new to student housing.
    • If a student is unable to receive a vaccination in their current location and need a temporary extension, or would like more information about applying for a permanent exemption due to a disability, medical, or religious reason, please email deanofstudents@cca.edu
  • For any questions or concerns about move-in, please contact us at housingdining@cca.edu

Move-In Schedule

Move-In Schedule:

Housing will send via email to incoming residents who have active housing assignments regarding move in process. You will receive a prescribed move in time slot (see below for reference) based on the letter of your last name.

  • Note: If you are unable to make your prescribed move in time slot due to flight schedule, you are permitted to arrive anytime before 12pm.
  • If you will be a late arrival, and cannot make it by 12pm, please contact us at housingdining@cca.edu so we can anticipate your arrival time.

CCA ID:

For NEW residents moving in:

  • You will need to upload a photo and complete the CCA One Card with Public Safety at least three weeks prior to your move in day to ensure Public Safety prints your ID in time. Your CCA ID is required at all times in the residential halls, and is your access to your meal plan.
  • New residents will pick up their ID at the time of check in at their assigned building. Photo ID will asked to ensure verification of resident and ID.

For Continuing residents moving in:

  • You will need to bring your current CCA ID card for Move In Day. Your CCA ID is required at all times in the residential halls, and is your access to your meal plan.
  • If you've lost your CCA ID, please inform and visit the Public Safety Office, for a replacement ID. A charge by Public Safety may apply.

Spring 2023 Move In Day - Wednesday, January 11th (8am - 12pm)

Last name, A - G

8am - 9am

Last name, H- N

9am - 10am

Last name, O - U

10am - 11am

Last name, V - Z

11am - 12pm


Move-In Process Overview

Founders Move In RAs

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

  • Please wear an appropriate face covering (which should completely cover your nose and mouth at all times) and remain a reasonable distance from others during the move-in process.
  • During the physical moving of your items into the hall, the college only allows a total of 3 people (the student & 2 helpers) inside the building.
  • Residents are encouraged to enter the elevators with their family unit. Guests will be asked to take the stairs (unless they are physically unable), if there is a long line.
  • Your 2 helpers will be allowed to help you unpack and stay with you for up to 3 hours maximum, after which point they will need to leave the building.
  • We will have moving bins for you to use to check out, however we recommend if you have your own wagon, you are welcome to bring your own to help transport any smaller items.
  • Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, there will be no tours of the residential halls or campus during move-in.

Move-in Process

  1. Curbside Greeting - When you arrive with your vehicle, a Res Ed team member will offer further instruction curbside; when your appointment begins, and direct you to the check-in stations (pick up ID, check out cart (pictured right), and additional move-in instructions
    1. Families may park in front of Founders Hall, which is a loading zone for 5 mins, then you will be directed to move your car to street parking.
  2. Check-In - There are several steps to complete the check-in process including COVID vaccination verification, updating emergency contact information, picking up your CCA ID, and picking up your keys to your unit if you were assigned to a suite.
    1. There will be stations 1 - 5 tot help direct you on where you need to go.
  3. Unload your vehicle - the driver of your vehicle will be asked to move the vehicle from the loading zone immediately after your items are moved. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY VALUABLES IN YOUR VEHICLE.
  4. Move Belongings to Unit - Res Ed team members will be present at each elevator on each floor to ensure physical distance and assist with navigation to your unit and help answer questions.
    1. As a reminder, your CART will need to be returned to a Res Ed team member when you are done unloading your items in the unit, so we can check it out to another resident to use.
  5. Complete your Room Condition Report - Log into Symplicity to complete the room condition report within 24 hours of moving in. Any damages that you do not account for upon move-in will be charged to your account when you move out, so please be sure to inspect your room completely for any pre-existing marks or damages upon your arrival.

Please e-mail housingdining@cca.edu and access@cca.edu if you or your guest(s) may need an accommodation for the move-in process, 2-weeks before your move-in date.

What to Expect Videos

Please review our video here so you can get a general idea of Move In Day. Things are subject to change upon move in day if we need to adapt our process due to crowd flow or weather (ex: rain). Please follow signs and Res Ed team member's directions during Move In Day.


Click a link below to learn more about your assigned community:

Founders Hall

Blattner Hall


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Loading & Parking at Founders Hall

188 Hooper Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

  • A loading zone is marked with a white painted curb outside of the main entrance doors.
  • Unloading here is allowed for a maximum of 5 minutes, then you must move your car.
  • You should not leave your car parked in the unloading zone during the check-in and physical moving process.
  • Please obey all parking and traffic signs, and pay meters if necessary.
  • There is not a parking lot or a parking area for the building.
  • PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY BAGS OR VALUABLES IN YOUR CAR, OR LEAVE IT UNLOCKED.

Mail & Packages at Founders Hall

***NO MAIL OR PACKAGES WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL AFTER YOUR MOVE-IN DATE***

New residents will be able to set-up and access the Luxer One mail system after Move In Day, as their account information will not be active prior to move in.

Mailing address for Founder's Hall Residences:

First Last Name

188 Hooper St [room number]

San Francisco, CA 94107

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USPS mail will be delivered to the Luxer One system located in the East Wing of the 1st Floor.

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FedEx, UPS, DHL, OnTrack, or any other delivery service, deliveries will be placed in the Luxor One parcel service located in the West-Wing of the building, in the main lobby. There is a fee for this service. Students must sign up for this parcel delivery service upon move into Founders. Residents will then be able to pick up their packages after being notified through email. If Founder's residents want to avoid this fee, they should have their packages held on-site at a delivery service’s location.


What To Bring to Founders Hall

Item

Founders: Floors 1-4

Founders: 5th FL (with Kitchenette)

Twin XL Bedding (sheets, matress pad, blanket, pillows & pillow cases, etc.)

Personal Toiletries (soap, toilet paper, shampoo, etc.)

Towels

Laundry detergent & basket/bag

Clothes Hangers

Floor Lamp for designated Outlet

*Power Strip/Surge Protector(s)

Mask/Face Covering

Microwave

Magnetic Pots/Pans

Cookware

Personal Cutlery

Shower Curtain (provided)

Trash/recycling/compost bins (provided

Recommended Items:

Optional Items:

*Reusable Water Bottle

Small fan

*Reusable Shopping Bags

Alarm clock

Closet & desk organizers

Hair dryer/Curling iron

Room decor

TV/DVD player - if space is available

Disinfectant Materials (Clorox Wipes, etc.)

Outdoor Picnic Blanket

N95 Mask for California's Fire Season

Earthquake Kit

First Aid Kit

Handheld vaccum

Swiffer

Broom & dust pan

Photo ID/ Passport/ Credit or debit card

Lamp stand (for the area near your bed)

Flashlights with batteries


What Not To Bring to Founders Hall

  • Command Strips - The paint is quite thin and may peel off when removing these strips. We advise using blue painter's tape to hang posters, photos, etc., in your unit.
  • Mini fridge or Microwave (these are provided) you are not permitted to bring additional
  • Hazards to fire and safety, such as space heaters, any open coil elements, halogen lamps, incense, candles, etc.
    • No candles, incense, sage, anything that emits flames
    • No heat producing kitchen appliances: including but not limited to toasters, toaster ovens, air fryers, electric hamburger cookers, waffle irons, ceramic sealed hot plates, hot plates with exposed coils, deep fryers, and countertop electric grills without flames (e.g., “George Foreman ” grills.)
  • Pets (except for fish in a 5-gallon tank or smaller or service animals)
  • Please review Residential Community Standards and Policies for a more detailed list of items prohibited from the residence halls, including further details on cooking appliances.

If you are unsure whether an item is allowed, please contact housingdining@cca.edu.


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Loading & Parking at Blattner Hall

75 Arkansas, San Francisco, CA 94107

  • A loading zone is marked with a white painted curb outside of the main entrance doors.
  • Unloading here is allowed for a maximum of 5 minutes, then you must move your car.
  • You should not leave your car parked in the unloading zone during the check-in and physical moving process.
  • Please obey all parking and traffic signs, and pay meters if necessary.
  • Parking is much easier to find on weekends. If arriving on a weekday, be aware that all cars may get towed.
  • There is not a parking lot or a parking area for the building.
  • PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY BAGS OR VALUABLES IN YOUR CAR, OR LEAVE UNLOCKED.

Mail and Packages at Blattner Hall

***NO MAIL OR PACKAGES WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL AFTER YOUR MOVE-IN DATE

New residents will be able to set-up and access the Luxer One mail system after Move In Day, as their account information will not be active prior to move in.

Mailing address for Blattner Hall's Residences:

First Last Name

75 Arkansas [unit number]

San Francisco, CA 94107

-

USPS mail will be delivered to mailboxes in the lobby. You will receive your mailbox key with your unit key.

-

FedEx, UPS, DHL, OnTrack, or any other delivery service, deliveries will be placed in the Luxor One parcel service located in the main lobby. There is a fee for this service. Students must sign up for this parcel delivery service upon move in. Residents will then be able to pick up their packages after being notified through email. If residents want to avoid this fee, they should have their packages held on-site at a delivery service’s location.


What To Bring to Blattner Hall

Item

Blattner Singles / Doubles:

Twin XL Bedding (sheets, matress pad, blanket, pillows & pillow cases, etc.)

Personal Toiletries (soap, toilet paper, shampoo, etc.)

Towels

Laundry detergent & basket/bag

Clothes Hangers

*Power Strip/Surge Protector(s)

Mask/Face Covering

Microwave

Magnetic Pots/Pans

Cookware

Personal Cutlery

Shower Curtain (provided)

Trash/recycling/compost bins (provided)

Recommended Items:

Optional Items:

*Reusable Water Bottle

Small fan

*Reusable Shopping Bags

Alarm clock

Closet & desk organizers

Hair dryer/Curling iron

Room decor

TV/DVD player - if space is available

Disinfectant Materials (Clorox Wipes, etc.)

Outdoor Picnic Blanket

N95 Mask for California's Fire Season

Earthquake Kit

First Aid Kit

Handheld vaccum

Swiffer

Broom & dust pan

Photo ID/ Passport/ Credit or debit card

Lamp (for the area near your bed)

Flashlights with batteries


What Not to Bring to Blattner Hall

  • Command Strips - The paint is quite thin and may peel off when removing these strips. We advise using blue painter's tape to hang posters, photos, etc., in your unit.
  • Mini fridges and microwaves (these are provided) you are not allowed to bring additional
  • Pets (except for fish in a 5-gallon tank or smaller or service animals)
  • No candles, incense, sage, anything that emits flames
  • Hazards to fire and safety, such as space heaters, any open coil elements, halogen lamps, incense, candles, etc.
  • Heat producing kitchen appliances
  • Please review Residential Community Standards and Policies for a more detailed list of items prohibited from the residence halls, including further details on cooking appliances.

If you are unsure whether an item is allowed, please contact housingdining@cca.edu.