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New Student Information

New Student Info

New Student Move-In Day: Sunday, January 11th, 2015.

Schedule

Sunday, January 11th:
11 AM- Move in to your respective residence halls
PM- Meeting with your Residence Director (RD) and RA staff in your residence hall. You will learn the time of this meeting upon check-in.

Monday, January 12th-First day of spring classes!
10 AM- New Student Welcome Meeting (Baird Library, Walton Hall)
Get your E-Card ASAP (Service Stop, Walton 4) 

Quick Links For:

How To Use This Site:

Materials below are important and students and parents are responsible to read and know the contents of everything posted here as well as the University Catalog and University Student Handbook. Even though we have broken up the material into primary interest groups for you, you will want to peruse all sections so that you don't miss anything.

Return To This Page Often As New Material Will Be Posted. If you have any questions, email the Housing Office at housing@eastern.edu.

For All Incoming Students

Transfers, First-years, Commuters, Residents

Academic & Residence Life Calendar: Includes important information about the beginning of the semester, like when to arrive and when classes begin, as well as information about breaks and other very important dates you'll want to know.

Important Information about Health Insurance for All Students

All students upon entering and again each summer for subsequent years of enrollment at EU must enroll in or waive the Eastern University Group Health Insurance plan provided by UnitedHealthcare. It is up to the student to complete the appropriate online form on http://firststudent.com/schools/EasternUniversity.htm within the time frame. All students MUST waive or enroll each year between July 1 - September 15 (or by January 15th for first time students entering in the spring) or they will automatically be enrolled in the University's Group Health Insurance Plan and be billed for a year of this insurance.  Once billed on the 15th of September or January, the charges CANNOT BE REVERSED and the student is enrolled even if they have other insurance. IF YOU HAVE PRIVATE INSURANCE YOU MUST WAIVE OUT OF THE EU GROUP PLAN BY SEPTEMBER 15. If you need assistance in the waiver process it is up to you to call Student Development to ask for help. Failure to enroll will result in a bill for this annual medical insurance plan.   

For Residents

All resident students are highly encouraged to purchase renters insurance.  For a small annual investment, you can insure your personal belongings.  Although thefts or damages to student property while living in the EU residence halls are rare, students need to know that the University does not assume responsibility at any time for the private property of its students, no matter the cause, for any loss sustained.  Resident students, as well as students living in rental housing not on campus, are strongly urged to purchase annual renters insurance with a reputable insurance company.  Some homeowners insurance plans cover dependents' belongings while in college, but this should be verified in writing by the homeowners policy holder.

All students upon entering and again each summer for subsequent years of enrollment at EU must enroll in or waive the Eastern University Group Health Insurance plan provided by UnitedHealthcare.  It is up to the student to complete the appropriate online form on here within the time frame. All students MUST waive or enroll each year between July 1 - September 15 (or by January 15th for first time students entering in the spring) or they will automatically be enrolled in the University's Group Health Insurance Plan and be billed for a year of this insurance. Once billed on the 15th of September or January, the charges CANNOT BE REVERSED and the student is enrolled even if they have other insurance. IF YOU HAVE PRIVATE INSURANCE YOU MUST WAIVE OUT OF THE EU GROUP PLAN BY SEPTEMBER 15.  If you need assistance in the waiver process it is up to you to call Student Development to ask for help.  Failure to enroll will result in a bill for this annual medical insurance plan.   

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