Move-in Spring 2022

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Last Updated: October 15, 2021

Welcome to the move-in spring 2022 website. Students who completed a spring 2022 license agreement will receive an assignment email the week of Dec. 6, 2021 with their move-in day, building, room type, bed size and meal plan assignments. Specific instructions for arrival, check-in, unloading and COVID-19 testing will be provided in the Move-in Guide email sent the week of Jan. 3, 2022. 

vaccine iconVaccine & Re-Entry Testing Requirement

In order to check in on your assigned move-in day, you must comply with the COVID-19 vaccination and re-entry testing requirements. Please remember to upload your COVID-19 vaccination records to HealtheConnect 48 hours prior to your move-in date unless you have been approved for an exemption by the university. 

After you move-in, please be aware that you will also be instructed to take a COVID-19 rapid test and molecular test. More information regarding re-entry testing will be provided in the Move-in Guide email sent the week of Jan. 3, 2022.


On July 27, the California State University (CSU) system announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, faculty, and staff, including auxiliary employees in order to access campus.

Members of the SDSU community with an approved medical or religious exemption on file with the university will be required to complete regular COVID-19 testing.

For more information, visit

Yes. Each student may be accompanied by up to two family members or guests during move-in.

During the week of Jan. 3, you will receive an email with specific instructions for arrival, check-in, unloading, and COVID-19 testing on move-in day. In order to check-in, all residential students must comply with the vaccination requirement.

what to bring icon What to Bring

Download the Move-In Checklist for a complete list of what to bring.

First-year Checklist
second-year + checklist
freshman checklist
sophomore grad checklist
DormCo Hall Essentials

SDSU has partnered with DormCo, a one-stop shop for everything for your on-campus residence. DormCo offers a wide selection of residential essentials at great prices.

Shop at now to have items shipped to your home. Starting Jan. 10 2022, orders can be shipped to the UPS store on campus.

Collegeboxes Shipping Service

SDSU has partnered with Collegeboxes to make move-in as easy as possible. Collegeboxes will pick up items from your home and deliver them directly to your room on campus. If you would like to take advantage of this great service, go to and use the discount code SDSU22 for 10% off your order.

  • The deadline to order supply kits from Collegeboxes is Dec. 13, 2021
  • The deadline to ship boxes to campus for move-in delivery is Dec. 20, 2021


Hot pots and small appliances are not permitted in the first-year living communities. Please review the checklist linked above for a complete list of what to bring.

Yes. Please coordinate with your roommate(s) in case they are planning to bring one as well.

Bed sizes vary by building. Please check your building assignment prior to purchasing bedding. Your bed size information will be emailed to you the week of Dec. 6 along with your other housing assignments.

mail iconMail & Packages

Your on-campus mailing address can be found at Mail Services. Mail and packages will be accepted starting on your assigned move-in date. Mail delivered prior to this date will be returned to the sender.

Please note that items ordered/delivered from our campus partners, DormCo and Collegeboxes, are an exception to this policy. These items may be delivered to your community prior to move-in. 

parking and transportation icon Parking & Transportation

In support of sustainability initiatives, incoming freshmen who live on campus will not be permitted to bring a car the first year of study at SDSU. To assist students who may have unique needs, freshmen with documented hardships are able and encouraged to apply for a waiver. For more information, please visit Freshman On-Campus Resident Parking Policy.

Sophomore, Upper-Division & Grad Parking

Aztec Corner, Granada, Piedra del Sol, Zapotec
Students residing in Aztec Corner, Granada, Piedra del Sol and Zapotec may reserve parking at their residential community. Parking permits for spring 2022 will be available starting Monday, Nov. 29, 2021.

Tepeyac, Tacuba, Villa Alvarado
Students residing in Tepeyac, Tacuba and Villa Alvarado may purchase an student overnight SDSU parking permit for the campus parking structures.

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Reserved parking at [email protected] is currently full. To join this waitlist, please email [email protected]. Single permits are $95 per month and tandem permits are $70 per month.

Students may also consider alternative modes of transportation to having a vehicle on campus.

  • Take the San Diego MTS bus and trolley systems conveniently from the SDSU Transit center on-campus. Use your smartphone pass for discounted transit trips via the Aztec Parking Portal.
  • Take advantage of other rail student discounts on MetroLink and Amtrak for trips throughout California.
  • E-Scooters can now be found along the periphery of SDSU's campus to help assist in your mobility needs! Rides start at just $1 (with a min charge of $3.50), and may take place outside of the new geo-fence (red lined zone below).
  • SDSU has partnered with Lyft and Uber and has established set pick-up/drop-off points at key locations on campus for your safety.
  • SDSU has also partnered with Zipcar, a car sharing service available to students 18 years and older. Membership starts at just $15.

More information can be found at SDSU's Commuting & Transportation page.

bike and surfboard storage Bike & Surfboard Storage

Covered bicycle and surfboard storage is available on campus at no additional charge.

Bicycles: Bicycle storage is available. Please submit your interest in bicycle storage via the Bicycle Storage Form. Once you have completed the form, you will be contacted via your SDSUid email. You must register your bicycle with University Police. Bicycles are not allowed inside suites and apartments.

Surfboards: You may submit interest in a surfboard locker via the Surfboard Storage Form. Surfboards may also be stored in rooms.

covid-19 modifications COVID-19 Modifications

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affecting nearly all nations across the world, we are more dedicated than ever to ensuring your safe arrival to campus and well-being during your overall residential experience.

Following U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state of California, and San Diego county guidelines, Housing has continued the implementation of COVID-19 modifications to our residential communities during the 2021-22 academic year. These modifications include but are not limited to:

  • Enhanced cleaning for health in all of our community areas
  • Sanitation dispensers in building entrances and exits
  • Signage throughout each residential community with reminders and instructions on healthy practices, self-checks and public health guidance
  • Facial covering policy:

    • If vaccinated: Facial coverings must be worn over the nose and mouth while in all indoor settings, including residence hall common areas, in dining facilities except when activity eating or drinking, and in assigned living spaces when others are present.

    • If not vaccinated: Facial coverings must be worn at all times while indoors. Unvaccinated individuals must wear facial coverings outdoors when unable to maintain six feet of distance from others.

Our university will continue to be attentive to guidance and recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state of California, and San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency to continue quickly responding to pandemic conditions and recommendations. Additional information about SDSU’s response to COVID-19 is on the university’s public-facing site: