Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis helps first-year student Catrina Lang move into her room in Johnson Hall during Go Green Week 2013.
Photographer: Ben Siegel
Aug 10, 2014
From staff reports
As OHIO Bobcats start packing for fall semester move-in, Ohio University Residential Housing is lending a hand by providing advice on what students should pack as well as what they should leave at home.
The latest video in Residential Housing’s “OHIO 101” web series notes some key items that new and returning Bobcats should avoid bringing to campus with them. Spoiler alert: Hot tubs are not allowed, and, yes, it has been tried.
Residential Housing launched the web series earlier this month to prepare first-year students for their first move-in experience and to help them plan accordingly. The next video in the series will address information on moving into your residence hall.
Move-in for OHIO’s first-year students will be held Thursday, Aug. 21, and Friday, Aug. 22. Residence halls will open to returning students on Saturday, Aug. 23. Fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 25.
Please visit http://www.ohio.edu/housing/halls/faq.cfm for a list of recommended items to bring and a list of items you should leave at home.