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MOVING IN

Need a place to stay for move-in day weekend? Try the Super 8 at (705) 254-6441 and say you're family of a Sault College student to receive a discount!

Move-In Tips

 

  • Move-In Day is Sunday September 3, 2017!

  • If you aren't able to move in on the designated move in day, let the residence office know.  We'll have security and Residence Advisor staff working for the rest of the weekend to ensure that late arrivals are accommodated, but it's helpful for us to know when to expect you.

  • Leave the family pets at home on Move-In Day.

  • If you're bringing a car with you and haven't already paid for parking, be sure to do so on Move-In Day. The first day of school is busy, but you want to avoid getting a parking ticket! 

Things to Bring/Things Not to Bring

 

Click here for a list of some suggested things to bring, and some of the items to keep at home. If in doubt, please contact us to ask if you can bring a certain item into residence at housing@saultcollege.ca.

 

PERSONAL PROPERTY AND INSURANCE

Insurance carried by the College does not cover your personal possessions. Sault College does not assume any liability for lost, stolen or damaged items of personal property, no matter how caused. It is your responsibility to arrange for insurance coverage for personal property brought into residence. If your parents live in Ontario, their property insurance might be extended to include your possessions, while you are living in residence.

All valuables should be kept under lock and key, and you are advised to keep your room locked at all times. A malfunction of the door lock does not change this responsibility and alternative secure storage may be required for valuable items. Theft of personal property should be reported to the Residence Office. Make a descriptive inventory of your possessions and mail it home.

If you park in the residence parking lot, please note that, again, the College does not assume any liability for lost, stolen or damaged items of personal property, no matter how caused.

Personal property remaining in a residence room at the end of the academic year or any personal property remaining in a storage locker after the last day of the Residence Agreement shall be deemed to have been abandoned and may be deposed of.

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