Fall 2018 Move-In Crew - Registration and Student Volunteer Agreement

Thank you for considering to be part of the Move-In Crew. Our student volunteers are the #1 reason the Move-In Crew program is so successful - and we would love to have you on our team! Being part of the Move-In Crew provides these awesome benefits:

  • You get to meet and help the families of newly admitted ISU students!
  • You get a cool t-shirt!
  • You get to move-in to your on-campus assignment early (beginning August 12th) at no charge!

If you want to be part of this fantastic team, simply fill out the registration form below. Please be aware of the following:

  • You must attend a mandatory training on the evening of Aug. 13 at the Union Drive Marketplace (first floor). You will receive an email in August to select your training time slot. The training is approximately 30 minutes.
  • You must commit to work a total of 9 hours on August 14 & 15.
  • If you don't attend the mandatory meeting and/or don't work your 9 hours, you will be required to pay Early Move-In fees .

If you have any questions about being a part of the Move-In Crew, please contact movecrew@iastate.edu.

Your University ID is the nine-digit number on your ISUCard after the "600957".
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY – Department of Residence 2017 MOVE-IN VOLUNTEER AGREEMENT We are pleased that you have decided to volunteer your services to Iowa State University Department of Residence ("ISU") to assist with 2017 Move-In. Please accept our sincere thanks for your contribution to Iowa State University. PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY. It affects any rights you may have if you are injured or otherwise suffer damages while volunteering for ISU Department of Residence to assist with 2017 Move-In on August 15-16, 2016. Volunteer Scope of Service: Volunteers may welcome students and families; carry boxes, furniture, and other student belongings; answer questions; open doors; provide directions; direct traffic and parking; drive motorized vehicles if authorized by Office of Risk Management (club car, golf cart, and other ATV type vehicles); and perform other duties as directed by Department of Residence or Iowa State University staff. Volunteer Service Arrangements: 1) I will only volunteer for activities within my ability and skill level. 2) An ISU employee may not volunteer to perform services for the university that are identical or similar to his/her duties as an employee. 3) Volunteers for ISU Move-In must be at least 18 years of age. 4) An individual who is a foreign national must provide proof of proper visa or other legal authorization permitting him/her to volunteer at the university. 5) An individual who has been convicted of child abuse, sexual abuse or any other criminal offense for which he/she must register with the National Sex Offender Registry cannot participate as an ISU volunteer in any program involving contact with vulnerable populations, including children under the age of eighteen. These types of offenses may prohibit individuals from being eligible to serve in a volunteer capacity for Iowa State University. 6) An ISU volunteer is not an ISU employee while performing volunteer services, nor is the volunteer paid a salary or wage for participation in volunteer activities. 7) ISU volunteers are not entitled to employee benefits, including accident or medical insurance, nor covered by Workers' Compensation as a result of participation as a University volunteer. I must have my own health insurance and will bear all financial responsibility for any medical treatment arising from my volunteer activities, unless my injury is due to ISU’s negligence. 8) ISU volunteers have no authority to enter into a contract or make a financial commitment on behalf of the University. 9) ISU volunteers are provided personal liability protection by the Iowa Tort Claims Act, Iowa Code Chapter 669, and the Federal Volunteer Protection Act, 42 United States Code Chapter 139 while acting within the scope of their volunteer duties and responsibilities. The State will defend, indemnify, and hold volunteers for the University harmless against a tort claim caused by an act or omission of the volunteer unless the act or omission of the volunteer involved intentional or criminal misconduct, a knowing violation of the law, or a transaction from which the volunteer derives an improper personal benefit. 10) ISU volunteers must abide by ISU policies and procedures as well as local, state and national laws at all times. I will assist in making the volunteer opportunity a safe experience through my appropriate behavior and conduct and by following all instructions of the ISU supervisor. 11) ISU shall have the right to release a volunteer for any legal reason and without prior notice. By selecting YES directly above, I attest I am 18 years of age or older. I am aware of, understand, and accept the terms and conditions of this Agreement and sign this Agreement of my own free will.
Golf Cart and ATV Use – Operator Agreement Serious injuries and significant property damage can be related to the use of golf carts and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). The following safety regulations are required of all operators: 1. All operators must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 18 years of age. 2. Only individuals authorized by the coordinating department/organization may operate these vehicles. 3. Operators must know where the use of a golf cart/ATV is permitted and restricted. 4. Golf carts and ATVs should not be operated at speeds greater than 15 mph. The maximum speed depends upon the terrain over which it is being driven, other pedestrian and/or vehicle traffic, the weather conditions, and the total weight of the vehicle, passengers and any equipment being carried. The vehicle should be operated at a speed equivalent to a quick walking pace. Use extra care on hills, wet turf, loose surfaces or rough ground. 5. Drive slowly around turns, on hills, in dimly lit areas, and when visibility is at all restricted. 6. Golf carts and ATVs are subject to rollover. To avoid a rollover, drive slowly through turns and drive straight (and slowly) up and down slopes. Do not drive on the diagonal. 7. Reduce speed when approaching pedestrians and give pedestrians the right of way. 8. Golf carts and ATVs are to cross streets at crosswalks only. 9. Operators and passengers must remain seated and keep hands, arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times when in motion. No one should exit until the vehicle has come to a complete stop. 10. Golf carts and ATVs must never exceed the maximum number of passengers designated by the manufacturer. 11. Operators must always take the keys out of the vehicle and set the brake when leaving the vehicle. 12. Do not park vehicles blocking emergency equipment, pedestrian aisles, doorways, intersections, or flow of traffic. 13. Abide by Iowa vehicle traffic laws such as stop signs, traffic lights, etc. 14. When driving, maintain adequate distance between vehicles. 15. Operators and passengers may not drink alcoholic beverages before they enter a golf cart/ATV or while in the vehicle. By selecting YES directly above, and submitting this Volunteer Agreement, I state that I have read, understand, and agree to the conditions herein, and I sign this Agreement voluntarily.