Welcome to Juniata Residential Life!
Juniata is a residential campus where more than 1,200 students live in either traditional residence halls or more independent houses and apartments. Living on campus provides the opportunity for students to immerse themselves in the college experience while taking advantage of activities throughout the year. Please click on the links to the left for information about the services that we provide. Feel free to visit our office Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm with any questions. We are located in Ellis Hall.
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Fall 2023 Move In
First year Juniatians get to experience Summer Orientation and Inbound to prepare them for life on Juniata's campus. For more information on dates, getting registered, and program options click here.
The move in date for new students is August 22nd. If students are participating in the August session of Inbound, they will move in on August 20th before it starts.
To help you plan for living at Juniata, here is a list of what to bring and what to leave at home.
The move in day for all returning students is August 23rd unless they have been approved for early arrival.
Early Move In:
Early arrival dates for students sponsored by athletics or another department will be determined by each individual area. These areas will have keys for each sponsored student.
Students who wish to return before August 23rd and are not sponsored, will need to complete the early return application on the Eagle Nook. This form must be completed by August 15th. Students requesting to return on or before August 19th will be assessed a $25 per day charge.
The Office of Residential Life (ORL) seeks to establish an enriching residential experience that supports the Juniata mission. From a programmatic and facilities standpoint, our philosophy is to provide a safe and inclusive environment that fosters a well-rounded collegiate experience. ORL recognizes the importance of providing reasonable accommodations, in our housing policies and practices, when necessary for individuals with disabilities to allow them to fully participate in campus living. We encourage our staff to use active and passive programming to building a community that supports growth, leadership, and academic excellence. As an educational institution with a predominately residential population, we believe that it is our responsibility to compliment the learning that takes place in the classroom.
Phone: (814) 641-3323
Fax: (814) 641-3319
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