Storrs, CT 06269-4238 What if my belongings are damaged during the move? Do you have a listing of what’s open in Mansfield/Storrs in case I need something during the move-out process? Please email livingoncampus@uconn.edu with a detailed explanation of why you need to come back to campus for Summer Housing. Yes. The IRS has not issued guidance changing its commuting mileage rules as a result of COVID‐19 and the University’s policy has not changed as a result of COVID‐19. Yes. Students will be able to go through the packed items to sort them at the pick-up location. Residential Life Professional Staff are working remotely during standard business hours. Please note that this information is intended for residents at the Storrs campus. The University has contracted with a professional moving company (‘Movers’) to provide moving services. Can’t I just leave my belongings there until fall? The UConn COVID-19 Information Center can be reached by calling 860-486-COVI or by emailing covidquestions@uconn.edu. Students who are living on campus with their belongings will have the opportunity to pack their own belongings in the event that they need to move-out of their room or be relocated. Please include in your email your first/last name and seven-digit student ID (Peoplesoft) number to assist staff in finding you in our system. I am currently approved to stay on-campus but I need to cancel that request. The status of your room--do you have belongings still in your room? Staff will follow up with you with details. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic the University may need to re-purpose residence halls to support the State and University’s response. Thank you for supporting UConn. In the event that relocations need to occur, students will be notified. Fax: (860) 486-6191. Students who will live on-campus can refer to the University's Res Life FAQ for Spring 2021, and contact livingoncampus@uconn.edu with any questions. Registered guests for any canceled events will receive automatic refunds. The UConn men’s basketball team is pausing activities once again after a positive COVID-19 test within the program. Alumni- Watson Hall  outside HD Office Ground floor, Buckley- Outside Assistant Hall Director Office, Busby-  Main lobby in front of  Hall Director Office Bubble, East- Whitney Hall by the Hall Director  Office Hallway, Garrigus- Main lobby in front of  Hall Director Office Bubble, Hilltop Halls –Ellsworth Hall Director Office bubble area, Hilltop Apartments - Community Center near Hall Director Office, Husky Village- Outside of Hall Director House, Mansfield Apartments -Laundry Room under Hall Director Office, McMahon –Main lobby outside of Hall Director Office, North- Outside in front of McConaughy Hall main entrance (under the dining hall), Northwood Apartments–Outside of Hall Director Office, Northwest Quad- Batterson Hall outside of Hall Director Office, Shippee –Main Lobby near Hall Director Office, Towers- Lafeyette Hall outside  Hall Director Office, Werth Towers –Main lobby in front of main desk, West Campus- Alsop B outside of Hall Director Office Door, The reason you will not be able to return to campus this semester. All hosts of events that have been canceled have been notified. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was approved by Congress and includes support for higher education, including emergency grants for students facing expenses due to COVID-19. Maintain safe distancing of 6 feet from others. Due to COVID-19, the walk-up location of the UConn Technology Support Center in Babbidge Library has been temporarily relocated to the North entrance off of Fairfield Way.. Spring Semester/COVID Updates & FAQ Updates & Common Dining Questions For Spring 2020 We thank you for your patience as we continue to evolve and make changes with updates from the University and State of Connecticut regarding guidelines and safety protocols.