Summer is over …so is moving peak season…But with autumn approaching very fast lots of young people will be leaving family home to go to University, which is very exciting and very stressful.
ASD Harrison will save you and your children lots of stress , taking care of packing and moving , so you could enjoy last days with your loved ones.
You can even find packing lists below, as lots of people never had to pack and leave family home before….
So, what to take to Uni….
- Leave behind anything which you can easily buy when you get there; like soap and shampoo, or pens and notepads. These will just add unnecessary weight to your luggage.
- Most uni accommodation provides kettles, microwaves, tasters, irons, etc.
- Check which items will be provided by your uni.
Please note, that this list isn’t for everyone, just provides as a general university checklist.
- University admission letter
- Your course acceptance letter
- Accommodation documents
- Your Bank details and bank card
- Some form of ID ( passport, driving license- please check how long they are valid for)
- All your Student Finance documents
- Passport photos
- Your medical records ( NHS number, medical card)
- Extensions leads
- A couple of bowls and plates
- Mugs and glasses
- A saucepan
- A wok
- A sharp knife
- A baking tray
- Oven gloves
- Tea towels
- Cheese grater
- Vegetable peeler
- Dish cloths or sponges
- A tin opener
- Bottle opener with a corkscrew
- Tea and coffee
- Bedsheets, duvet cover, pillow cases
- Coat hangers
- Laundry bag
- Clother dryer
- Door stop
- Ear plug
- Hot water bottle
- Personal items
- Personal medication plus painkillers, plasters, paracetamol
- Post it notes
- Hole punch
- School uniform, or something resembling a uniform
- Fancy dress school disco parties. Suit or formal wear
- Flip flops – especially if you have a communal bathroom
- Lots of loungewear – you’ll spend most of your time in comfortable clothes
- Dressing gown or fleece
- Bag or rucksack
- Alarm clock
If you would like a free quote, call us.
ASD Harrison is happy to help.
And ALL THE BEST AT UNI!