Time flies when you have six full weeks of break to watch Netflix. OK, sure, you were productive—so were we (wink, wink). The next time that show you’ve been binging asks if you’re “still watching,” put it on pause to learn what’s going to happen between now and the start of winter quarter.
You’ll receive a check-in email:
- If your hall was closed and you had to leave for winter break, you will need to check in with this email in order to reinstate hall access on your DePaul ID Card. If you do not check in via this email, access to your residence hall will be delayed or denied. (A reminder that it is winter, so having delayed access would not be fun.)
- If you live in a campus apartment that did not close for winter break, you will receive your check-in email after January 1. Even though classes will have officially started by this time, you are still required to check in to indicate your intent to stay in your apartment for the remainder of the academic year.
You’ll arrive to campus:
Closed residence halls will re-open starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, January 1, 2018. Residents will not be permitted access to residence halls prior to this time. If you wish to arrive after this date, you may do so as long as you have checked in electronically prior to your arrival.
Please note that DePaul University and the Department of Housing Services main office will be closed from Friday, December 22, 2017 until Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Hall access or other housing-related issues related to winter quarter return will be handled by the appropriate area office.