University Housing

Move-In Day

directions

Directions to Campus

400 W 1st, Chico CA 95929

If you are moving into Sutter, Whitney, Shasta or Lassen (Central Campus Communities) or into Mechoopda, Esken or Konkow (North Campus Communities you will want to follow these directions:

Make your way to Warner Street, this is a two-lane street that runs through the west side of campus. At, or around the intersection of Warner and Legion you will be directed by University Police Department personnel onto College Avenue. This is a small road, adjacent to our Health Center parking lot. You will be able to park in this location from 8*5 for free on your move in day!

Central Campus buildings range in height from 3-9 stories, do not all have elevators and are not adjacent to any parking. 

North Campus buildings are two stories, without elevators and are located adjacent to a parking lot.

University Village. If you are moving into University Village you will want to follow these directions: The address to use for University Village is 1206 W. Sacramento Avenue. Each of the buildings at University Village have two stories, without elevators and are located adjacent to a parking lot.


carts

Carts

Students may have access to the use of a cart to assist in move-in based on availability (32”L x 24” W x 26” D). We encourage you to bring a hand-truck or dolly to assist you in moving your items from the car to your room. It is important to note that not all of our buildings have elevators and not all are adjacent to parking lots; we encourage you to pack boxes that can be carried by one person and up stairways. If you need special accommodations on move-in day, please contact our office at 530-898-6325.


parking lot

Parking

Temporary parking is designated in the Stadium parking lot. Students who have a B lot permit should park directly in theB lot gravel parking lots, next to the Stadium and WellCat Health Center parking entrance. Here you will find a map of all available parking on campus that also highlights our G (General) lots which are available for parking should B lots fill up. You will need to purchase a parking permit if using the Stadium lot on Friday or after 5 pm. The map also indicates which spaces are for employees only, and therefore not eligible spaces to park in.

You can find which parking lots are open for parking within the Campus Map(opens in new window). If you need to park in our G lots, check out the parking website to be led to the link to pay for parking.

If you need accessibility help reading the guides above, please contact our office at 530-898-6325.


Residential advisor

What Do I Do Once I Get to My Room?

Your Resident Advisor (RA) should be on your floor or around your building when you arrive. Your RA is here to help you get settled; they will have information about events and activities, resources such as bike registration and IT support. In addition, you will want to complete your Room Inventory Card. This card may be in your room or given to you during check in. This paper will be your opportunity to inventory the furniture and status of your room. Once it is complete you will return it to your RA.