^Good advice. This is what I'll be doing.I moved in a little over a month before school began to explore the city, get relaxed and comfortable, and enjoy the city without having to worry about school. If you're moving to a big and exciting city (Boston, SF, NYC, LA, Chicago), especially a new city that is far from home, I'd recommend moving in a month or more before school begins. If you're already familiar with the city or if it's a suburban/rural located school, a week should suffice.
Luckily for me, my fiance and I already had a place together, so we've got plenty of furniture already. It also doesn't hurt that my future in-laws would die before their "little girl" lived in anything that wasn't to their (high) standards.Question to you guys:
for the initial deposits/rents/move in furniture and other costs, how are yall funding? We have not even started hearing back about loans
Are you being sarcastic or for real? It seems that I am the only one who said a week before orientation so I don't know whether I am being stupid or what.About a week before orientation should be plenty to do everything. Could also save a couple thousands by working till the latest.