Student Housing

COVID-19

Due to all courses being moved online for the remainder of the semester all students have been asked to move out of their dorm room as soon as possible. Information related to the move out process is included below to help answer any questions you have have.
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Health Protocol for Retrieving Dorm Contents:

If you have any of these criteria, we ask that you postpone your visit to campus.
  1. A Temperature of 100° or above (without the use of fever-reducing medicines)
  2. Currently on home quarantine or containment
  3. You’ve traveled to a high incident zone in the US within the last 14 days (Washington State, California, Florida, New York)
  4. Been exposed to someone with COVID -19
Accommodations will be made if you fall under any of these categories. Please be in contact with Bill Baumgardner, Bekah Bryant or Devin Johnson about this matter.
Feel free to reach out to campus health as well with any questions or concerns at nurse@kcu.edu
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When do I need to be moved out of the dorm?

  • If possible and safe, it would be helpful if student’s personal belongings could be moved out of their dorm room by Tuesday, March 31st.  See below for additional information.

Who should I contact to complete the checkout?

  • Female Dorm room checkouts need to be completed with Bekah Bryant bbryant@kcu.edu
  • Male Dorm room checkouts need to be completed with Devin Johnson dljohnson@kcu.edu

What are the times I can complete a checkout?

  • Checkouts should be completed between 9 am and 4 pm Monday through Saturday.

What should I do if I am unable to return to campus prior to March 31st to complete my checkout?

  • Any student unable to check out by March 31st should contact Bekah Bryant at bbryant@kcu.edu or Devin Johnson at dljohnson@kcu.edu with details regarding the reason for your delayed move out and the date you anticipate moving out of the dorm.

Lasting Impact

“I don’t think I can fully put into words the impact that KCU had on my life. I received a great education and had a wonderful athletic experience, but I will always be grateful for the relationships I made. Whether it was the lifelong friendships or the mentoring as both a student and employee, the impact of the people from KCU is something I will proudly carry with me wherever I go.”

Heather Stacy, Class of 2010

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