Moving Into San Clemente Villages

San Clemente Villages: Fall 2020 Move In

SAN CLEMENTE MOVE IN MAP

SAN CLEMENTE VILLAGES MAP (with addresses)

As you are aware, the UCSB COVID-19 Response Team is in the process of coordinating testing appointment information for new residents. If you have not already received an email from them with the link to schedule an appointment, you will be receiving one shortly. 

Please remember that you MUST sign up for an appointment to either:

  • Be tested for COVID upon arrival
  • OR submit verification of a negative COVID test result (test taken within 7 days of arrival)
    • These residents will receive a waiver from the Covid-19 Response Team at the testing site.  
  • Testing Location: The COVID testing center is located at the San Joaquin Villages, in the Calaveras Community Center.
  • We suggest parking in Lot 60. From Lot 60, you will utilize the crosswalk on Storke Road to arrive at San Joaquin Villages. Please use the MAP provided to locate the Calaveras Community Center and other relevant locations. 
  • The testing site will NOT be open everyday. The hours of the testing site will be available when you sign up for your move-in appointment. Please see the key pick up instructions below regarding what to do if you arrive on a non-testing day. 

Please see our COVID Community Guidelines Handbook for more information.

 

Key Pick Up Instructions:

  • For those arriving between September 23 - September 25:
    • If you are moving in at a time that the testing site is OPEN - go directly to the testing site for your scheduled appointment to get tested or have results verified, then proceed to the Santa Ynez Apartment Office  (6750 El Colegio) to pick up your keys during regular business hours.
    • If you are moving in at a time that the testing site is CLOSED - go directly to the  Santa Ynez Apartment Office  during regular business hours to pick up your key. You MUST show verification that you have signed up for a testing appointment on the next available testing day in order to receive your key. 
  • For those arriving on September 26:
    • You will go directly to the Santa Ynez Apartment Office during modified business hours to pick up your key. You MUST show verification that you have signed up for a testing appointment on the next available testing day in order to receive your key
      • By exception, the Santa Ynez Office will be open from 10AM - 3PM
  • The Santa Ynez Apartment Office is open Monday-Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm (closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm). Weekend, holiday, and after hours assistance is available from 10:00am - 8:00pm by calling 805-451-9416.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where is my room or unit?
    • Please check the San Clemente Villages map to find your unit's location. When viewing the map please note that San Clemente Villages is three stories tall so a unit above a first floor unit will have the second digit in the unit number replaced with a 2 or a 3 depending on the floor it's on (Example: the unit above unit 2102, is 2202, and above that is 2302). 
  • Where do I park to unload & move in?
    • Short Term Parking for unloading is available in San Clemente Lot 51, 52 and 53 or the Lot 50 parking structure. 
  • How can I move my belongings to my room?
    • There are carts available in the San Clemente Center. Please feel free to use these carts to transfer belongings during your move-in or move-out. Please return the carts to the San Clemente Center when you have finished using them.  
  • What do I do if I'm locked out of my apartment?
    • The Santa Ynez Apartment Office can issue you a temporary key if you get locked out of your bedroom/apartment. Our office is open Monday-Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm (closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm). If you need assistance after 5 pm or on weekends, please call the RA On-Call at 805-451-9416. 

All Moved In? What's Next?

 
Connecting to Eduroam (WiFi)
When prompted for a username, type YourNetID@ ucsb.edu. The @ucsb.edu is required, or the login will not work. For the password, use your NetID password. If prompted about a security certificate, choose ignore/accept/continue/trust etc. You can find a video of this here: http://tiny.cc/ UCSBeduroam. If you have any problems, please contact Administrative & Residential IT help at 805-893-5555.
 

Move-In Condition Form & Work Requests
We strongly recommend that you inspect your room at move-in and report any pre-existing damage to avoid charges at move-out. To file a report go to: http://webtma.arit.ucsb.edu/ucsb-rcr.html and click on the button labeled Move-In Condition Form. If you do not submit a form within 72 hours of checking in, you accept the space as is and assume liability for the condition of your unit. To submit work request throughout the year go to: https://www.housing.ucsb.edu/get-it-fixed and click "something in my residence".

 
Mail
Your mailbox number is your apartment number. There are two different mailing addresses depending on the carrier. Please read the links below on proper formatting for your mailing address. If you are expecting an oversized package via USPS and received an email that it has arrived, please pick it up from the Mail Truck in Lot 51 during the delivery time hours: Monday-Friday 1:15pm-4pm. Large packages for private carriers are delivered to apartment front doors. https://www.dls.ucsb.edu/ucsb-mail-services/san-clemente-residence-mail-services 
 
Parking
If you have a valid parking permit for your apartment, those autos with permits can proceed to Lot 50 (the parking garage by Arrowhead Village). For more information about obtaining a parking permit for your vehicle please visit the Transportation & Parking Services website. Otherwise, all visitors and other vehicles who require parking must purchase a visitor parking permit at the parking machine dispensers located in Parking Lots 51, 52, and 53 located in between San Clemente Villages.
  • Parking permits during Academic year
    • Parking Permits for the San Clemente Villages will be issued by Transportation & Parking Services. A valid parking permit is mandatory for all vehicles parked in our Residential & Community Living areas. If you have not yet done so, please create a parking account at: https://www.tps.ucsb.edu/.
    • Resident permits are issued by Transportation & Parking Services. After creating a parking account and being approved with valid vehicle registration information, you'll receive a temporary permit to display on your dashboard and your actual decal will be delivered through your SCV mailbox. TPS office is located across the street from the San Clemente tennis courts, during business hours (for the most updated business hours, please check their website). If you have questions, you can email tps-sales@ucsb.edu.