Checking Out of Housing
When you check out make sure to do the following to avoid a $100 improper check out fee:
- Remove all personal belongings from your bedroom and common areas, and clean your bedroom and common areas per your agreement with your roommates. We are not accepting donations of any kind during this checkout. Please take all your belongings and trash with you or dispose of them in the appropriate dumpsters outside.
- Secure your window and lock your bedroom and front door
- Observe all posted parking regulations
- Return your keys before the deadline listed in your housing agreement
- Follow instructions from RAD Front Office staff regarding end of quarter check outs
- If you are moving out early, email firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate a time to return your keys
Other important check-out information:
- Check your mail in the HCC for the last time before you return your keys.
- Load vehicles in F-Lot or you can park at the parking meters in the A bus loop for 15 minutes for loading/unloading. There is no charge for parking on campus at this time. Do not park in bus or fire lanes.
- After you check out, update your forwarding address by logging on to my.evergreen.edu, clicking Profile, and clicking Personal Information.
- Review your Housing Agreement for details regarding break fees, deadlines, and the Housing Agreement Release form.
- Section 10C - Agreement break charges and dates
- Section 13 - Check Out Information
After you have checked out, a staff member will assess the room for any cleaning and damages. You and your roommates will receive an email about any cleaning and damages you may have caused in the common areas.
Note: In addition to furniture, each apartment has been supplied with the following items:
When an apartment is assessed, if any of these items are missing, residents will be charged accordingly.
Health and Safety
Safety protocols to make check-out smooth
- Wear a face-covering or mask in all shared-use spaces and have family and friends that are assisting you in moving all wear masks
- Maintain a 6’ social distance at all times
- We anticipate that many people will wait until the deadline to move out. This will make it more difficult to maintain social distancing and move out on time. If you are able, plan to move out prior to the deadline
- Wash your hands frequently
- Remove all trash and personal items in your living space to avoid cleaning charges. This will help keep our staff safe who are cleaning up after you have left
Donating Unwanted Items
We are not able to accept donations on campus. Here is a list of local organizations that accept donations:
- Local organization that accepts donations at Traditions café- 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia, WA 98501 and the Interfaith Works Shelter - 701 Franklin St SE Olympia WA.
- Donations accepted 9am-5pm Mon-Fri. Accepts clothing and non-perishable food.
- Goodwill of Olympia, (360) 956-0669, 400 Cooper Point Rd SW, Olympia, WA 98502
- Open 10am-8pm daily. Accepts most household items, furniture and clothing.
- South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity, (360) 956-3456, 400 Cooper Point Rd SW, Olympia, WA 98502
- Donations accepted 10am-5pm daily. Accepts most household items and furniture.
- Value Village of Lacey, (360) 923-2410, 604 Sleater Kinney Rd SE, Lacey, WA 98503
- Donations accepted 11am-6pm daily. Accepts housewares and clothing.
- Thurston County Food Bank, (360) 352-8597, 220 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia, WA 98501
- Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11am-3pm. Accepts non-perishable food.
- Seattle Children’s Olympia Bargain Boutique, (360) 236-8245 , 2020 Harrison Ave NW, Olympia, WA 98502
- Donations accepted 9:30am-5pm Mon-Fri. Accepts housewares and clothing.
- Last Word Books, (360) 786-9673, 111 Cherry St NE, Olympia, WA 98501
- Open 12-5pm Mon-Fri. Accepts books.
- Half Price Books of Olympia
- Open 11am-6pm Mon-Fri. Accepts books.
If you have questions about this process, email us at email@example.com, or leave a voice message at (360) 867-6132.