Your Boston campus move-in guide by Glenn Pike August 26, 2020 by Gregory Grinnell Share Mastodon Facebook LinkedIn Twitter A student wearing a face mark walks pushes a moving bin down Columbus Ave on August 18, 2020. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University Here’s what you need to know about where to park, where and when to get tested for the coronavirus, how to quarantine, and when you can begin taking part in campus activities. You can find more information on move-in and testing protocols on Northeastern’s COVID-19 website. Arrive on campus on your designated date and time. Park at Columbus Garage. Follow parking instructions provided this week by Housing and Residential Life. More Information Don’t forget your mask. All students and their guests must bring and wear a university-approved mask at all times and maintain safe distance from others throughout the move-in process. More Information If you need one, get your Husky Card from Curry Student Center. More Information Go to Cabot Center for your first coronavirus test. You will not be able to move into university housing until you are tested. More Information Head to your assigned residence hall. More Information Begin quarantine. You are permitted to go out to pick up food, be tested, get medical care, or use shared hall bathrooms or showers, but must otherwise stay in your room until you receive a negative result from your first test. More Information Once you receive your first negative test result, you may leave your room to resume additional activities, including picking up packages at the mail room, picking up storage at off-site locations, and shopping for groceries. Please stay close to campus and continue to wear a face mask, keep a healthy distance, and minimize contact with others. Students are required to have three initial negative tests before they can fully take part in campus activities, including going to in-person classes. More Information Get tested again on days 3 and 5. More Information When your 3rd negative test is received, you can resume full campus activities, including in-person class attendance and using facilities such as Marino Recreation Center.