Darley North students will be moving
Darley North students will be moving
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Dear Buff,

As you have heard from the chancellor’s recent announcement, we are experiencing a spike in the number of positive COVID-19 cases on campus and an increase in the utilization of isolation spaces. Residence Life and Student Housing are working to create additional isolation spaces for campus residents. 

To support the health and safety of our students, all residents of Darley North will need to move to other residence halls within the Williams Village community by 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 20. You will be receiving an email Friday afternoon, Sept. 18, from Student Housing with specific information on your new room assignment and new roommate (if applicable). 

We know that moving mid-semester is challenging, and we are doing everything we can to minimize the impacts of this change for our residents. We will do our best to keep your community together, though we will not be able to move roommates together due to space availability. You will continue to have dedicated staff in your new building to support your needs. Additionally, we will issue a $250 credit to your Bursar’s account for the inconvenience of this short notification.  

Moving to your new hall

  • If you have not completed your weekly COVID-19 screening, you must complete your screening tomorrow, Friday Sept. 18, before you are able to move into your new room.
  • Once you get your new room assignment you will have 48 hours to complete your move. 
  • Carts will be provided to assist in your moving process. 
  • Before leaving your current assignment, please ensure that your room is clean and all personal items are removed prior to move-out. Fees may be assessed for additional cleaning, damage and improper checkout.
  • Work with your community center front desk to complete the move-out process. This move must be completed by Sunday, Sept. 20 at 5 p.m.

Release from first-year live on requirement
For students receiving this email who would like to move home with their family (and change their classes to fully remote learning if they are not local), they can submit a request for release from the first-year live on requirement in the MyCULiving portal. 

Documentation of the remote classes will need to be provided for non-local students. Requests to reside off-campus locally will not be considered. It is important to know that this approval is considered under the Termination by Student after Occupancy section of the contract and does include a termination charge of 50% of remaining room and board after a formal check-out.

Additional Resources and Information

  • For health-related questions please contact your health care provider or Medical Services at 303-492-5432 (24/7 nurse line available) for advice and recommendations.
  • For mental health questions or concerns call Counseling and Psychiatric Services at 303-492-2277 (24/7 support available).

We appreciate your flexibility as we continue to navigate COVID-19 together.

If you have questions about your new assignment, please email studenthousing@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6673. 

University of Colorado Boulder | Housing & Dining
303-492-6673 | studenthousing@colorado.edu | colorado.edu/living
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