-Dates for Summer Advantage: Summer Advantage 2020 begins on Monday, June 29 and runs through Friday, July 24, with Move-In on June 28. Students will be finished with their last exam by 12:00 pm on Friday, July 24. Please plan your travel accordingly.
–Move-in day details:
Move-In for Summer Advantage will take place on June 28, 2020, at Caffey Hall (and, possibly UC2, if more rooms are needed) on the campus of High Point University.
Move-In will begin at 8am. This is an hour earlier than previously announced, to allow for more time to accommodate for distancing guidelines.
Your specific time for Move-In will be provided to you once housing assignments are made.
Please enter the campus using the Panther Drive entrance, located off of Lexington Avenue, adjacent to the new Qubein Arena and Conference Center. Come up to Script Street (that’s the turn before the Wanek Center) and make a right and head toward Caffey. Then, turn right again, proceed down the hill, and then feed into the first floor circle outside of Caffey Hall. See map.
If you get lost or get confused, that’s ok. Just ask the guard at the kiosk where to go, or any staff member you see on campus.
Please follow the instructions provided to you pertaining to Move-In, including your designated time of arrival.
The SA2020 Student and Parent Orientation Session will begin thereafter- this concludes the parent portion of Summer Advantage move-in.
-Financial investment for Summer Advantage: The investment for Summer Advantage is $8,950. This includes tuition, room, board, and university sponsored activities (as indicated on the activities calendar). This excludes books and personal items. The comprehensive fee also includes the NC Dining Plan State Sales Tax.
-Student Accounts Contact Information: 336-841-9259. This office can assist you with the deposit and full payment for Summer Advantage. Their website is http://www.highpoint.edu/studentaccounts/.
-Size sheets for Caffey Hall and UC2 (2020 Summer Advantage residence halls): Full Size sheets will be needed. For complete room details, please visit http://www.highpoint.edu/residencelife/dormitory/caffey-hall/
-Academic and housing accommodations: High Point University provides reasonable accommodations to our students with disabilities. Please contact the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services. Information about this office can be accessed at http://www.highpoint.edu/OARS/.