Student Housing & Residence Life

Fall Move In – 2014 – University Village Information

Residents that have been assigned to University Village (25400 Carlos Bee Boulevard, Hayward, CA 94542) for the Fall 2014 Quarter may begin check in on:

Sunday, September 21, 2014 - 10am – 4pm


CHECK-IN PROCESS

On Sunday, 9/20 the check-in process for University Village (UV) will take place at UV. UV is located on Carlos Bee Boulevard. As residents drive in, they will be greeted by a staff member who will provide additional information. Once parked, residents can get in line for the check in process. Residents should plan on bringing a form of ID for verification. No one other than the assigned resident will be able to check in. There will be ample signs to direct residents accordingly.

Upon check in, a staff member will show the resident to their room where the resident will have an opportunity to review their living accommodations and make note of any damage on their Room Inventory Sheet (RIS). You will be given a CSUEB Housing Bay Card, your Dining Rain Check Card, your RIS, and other important information. You will be receiving information about your mailbox and combination via e-mail. Once check-in is complete, you will be directed to the Unloading Zone and will be free to move into your room at your leisure. We encourage you to follow these SEVEN EASY STEPS:

  • Step 1- Drive to University Village on Carlos Bee Boulevard
  • Step 2 – Get greeted by a staff member for further instructions/directions
  • Step 3 – Resident can exit car (if there is another driver) to get in line to check in. The driver can park the car in Lot C
  • Step 4 - Make your way to the Check-In table at the central location
  • Step 5 - After completing Check-In paperwork, a staff member will escort you to your room
  • Step 6 - You will be directed to the 20 minute Unloading Zone.
  • Step 7 - After unloading your vehicle, please park in the non-loading zone until departing campus

Note: If you already have a CSUEB Housing Bay Card please bring it with you to present at Check In. This card will begin to work for your apartment. If you do not have a card, you will receive one at check in.

PLEASE VISIT OUR VENDOR FAIR AT PIONEER HEIGHTS (BEHIND JUNIPER/SEQUOIA). YOU WILL GET INFORMATION/GIVE-AWAYS FROM CERTAIN VENDORS

Your final opportunity to check-in will be Monday, September 22, 2014.  Residents who plan to move in outside the main move in days listed above must go directly to their building/area desk to check in. Check In times will occur from 8pm-10pm. NO CHECK INS WILL OCCUR OUTSIDE OF THIS TIME PERIOD. If you arrive at the desk during this time and a staff member is not present, please contact the Resident Assistant (RA) on duty at the corresponding number below:

  • University Village – 510-362-4437

One of our Resident Assistants will meet you to assist you with the check-in process. You must complete the check-in process by Monday, September 22nd by 10pm. If you are unable to check in by the deadline, please contact the Housing Office at housing@csueastbay.edu or call (510) 885-7444.


Parking Information

From Mission Blvd, the best route to get to University Village is by taking Carlos Bee Boulevard. Just past the City View Apartment Complex on your left, you will see UV. Take the left at the light which will allow you to enter the UV parking area.

Look for staff and signage directing you to Check-In and noting the traffic flow. Our staff will be directing traffic and monitoring the Unloading Zones and No Parking Zones. As a courtesy to everyone unloading, these parking guidelines will be strictly enforced.

After unloading, please move your vehicle to the regular parking zone so that other residents can unload their cars. Please understand that due to the number of vehicles on campus during this time, you may not be able to park in a space closest to the building. For this reason, we have requested students and families to follow the published move-in schedule.

Click Here for the Move-In Parking Diagram

Parking is permitted only in designated spaces. Designated spaces are those with lines on both sides. Parking in unmarked spaces creates safety hazards and can impede people or vehicles from getting to their location. Vehicles parked in unmarked spaces or in areas designated for the disabled are subject to citation.

No parking permit is needed during the scheduled move-in times. If you plan to park on campus past 4 PM, please purchase a parking pass at one of the campus dispensers. For more information about parking on campus, please refer to their website. http://www20.csueastbay.edu/sa/parking/


UV Apartment Furnishings

Your apartment and room includes the following:

  • Living room furniture (armchairs, coffee table, lamps)
  • Comcast/Xfinity DVR cable box (Living Room only); each bedroom has a cable connection too
  • Dining stools for the kitchen counter
  • Refrigerator
  • Trash can & recycle bin
  • Bedroom furniture (extra-long twin bed, desk, chair, mobile file, closet, dresser)

All furniture and amenities must remain in assigned room and may not be removed.


What Should I Bring?

The following are some of the things you may consider bringing with you. As a reminder, pets are not allowed in Pioneer Heights (see License Agreement for few exceptions).

  • Extra-long twin sheets
  • Pillows &
  • Personal toiletries
  • Pots, pans and other cooking utensils
  • Dishes, utensils, glasses, etc...
  • Alarm clock
  • Computer, printer, Internet patch cord, etc.
  • Lockable chest or footlocker
  • Television, DVD player, etc.
  • Vacuum
  • Surge protector extension cords (UL approved)
  • Flashlight

What Should Stay At Home?

While it is tempting to bring everything from home, there are some things, including the kitchen sink, that are not allowed in the Pioneer Heights Facility:

  • Personal refrigerators
  • BBQs
  • Pets, only fish in a less than 10 gallon tank are allowed in the Residence Halls
  • Any item with an open flame or exposed hot surface
  • Weapons or explosives of any kind, including replicas
  • Candles, Incense, Oil Lamps, etc...
  • Any illegal items/substances (drugs)

Getting Connected (ResNet and Comcast)

Please see the ResNet Section of the website for further information about connecting to the Resident Network.


Renter’s Insurance

It is highly recommended that you have renter’s insurance for your personal property. The University has no insurance to cover damage or loss of your personal belongings. Sometimes this will be covered under a parent’s homeowner/rental policy, but you will want to check with your insurance agent about the details.


Still Have Questions?

Just call us at (510) 885-7444 or email us at housing@csueastbay.edu

Questions can also be directed to: Kenrick Ali, Associate Director, Residence Life: kenrick.ali@csueastbay.edu   

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