Complete the WIR by September 13

September 10, 2021

The Web Inventory Report (WIR) records the conditions of the room and furniture at the time of Check-In. This report serves as the basis for charges for any damage and/or loss attributable to the resident during the term of the Occupancy Agreement. Failure to complete the WIR makes a resident ineligible to contest any damage charges upon Check-Out. 

Complete the WIR by September 13 through the Housing Portal.


  1. Start with the first tile in the WIR form and locate the corresponding item in your room. Inspect the item to determine its condition.
    • If the item is functional and without damage, click the "Accept" button in blue. By selecting "Accept" you are confirming that this item is not damaged.
    • If the item is not functional or is visibly damaged, click on the "Description of condition, if damaged or not present" text. This will open a text field box. Please enter a description of the damage in the text box. For example, "The middle shelf of the bookshelf is chipped on the front right corner." The text you enter is automatically saved. Do not select "Accept" if the item is damaged.
  2. Complete the WIR for all items in your room. You may notice that some of the tiles do not apply to your space; in those instances, please click on "Description of condition, if damaged or not present" and enter "N/A" in the text box. Do not select "Accept" if the item is not present.
  3. After completing the inventory, click "Save and Continue." If any items were not accepted because you noted damage or because they were not present, you will receive a pop-up window.
    • Click "Yes" to confirm that some items are damaged or not present and to complete the inventory. Please note: you will not be able to return to the form to make any further notes about item conditions after clicking “Yes.”
    • Click “No” if this pop-up window was received in error (e.g., because all of the items are not damaged) or if you would like to review the items again or revise the conditions you recorded.