THINGS TO DEFINITELY BRING
- Rain-wear and umbrella
- Room decorations (decorations should be hung with products that do not damage the walls)
- Bathrobe, shower shoes, shower bucket, towels, and washcloths
- Two sets of linens, blankets and pillow; sizes vary for Seneca Hall and Oakland Apartments, see chart for information specific to each hall
- Fan (in buildings without air conditioning)
- Surge protectors
- School supplies and a backpack
THINGS YOU MIGHT WANT TO BRING
- Mini Refrigerator (10 amps, maximum size of 3.2 cubic feet) – see note below
- Throw pillows for your bed
- Computer with security cable and lock
- Coffee mugs, plastic cups
- Lamp and stackable crates (each room has a desk task lamp)
- Portable electronic devices
- Coffeemaker (with lighted on/off indicator and automatic shutoff) to include Keurigs and other single serve brewers
- Board games, cards
- Television (check specifications - make sure your television has a built-in digital tuner or it will not work with residence hall cable system)
- Moving cart/dolly to make move-in easier
Note: Refrigerators and microwave/refrigerator combination units may be rented from the My MicroFridge during New Student Orientation or you may call toll free 1-800-525-7307.
For fire and other safety considerations, the following items are not permitted in student rooms. Failure to comply with these restrictions will result in the item being confiscated and will be considered a student conduct/disciplinary matter.
- Free weights over 20 pounds total
- Electric devices such as hot plate, cup heater, toasters and ovens, popcorn popper, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, electric grills, air fryers, portable heaters, sandwich makers, crock pots, etc.
- Alcohol, drugs, paraphernalia, and empty alcohol containers
- Microwaves- see note below
- Any open-flame object (e.g., candles or incense), candle/wax warmers, or scented plug-ins (e.g., Glade Plug-Ins)
- Weapons (see Community Standards of Conduct)
- Gasoline, lighter fluid, charcoal grills or any combustible, explosive, or flammable material
- Pets of any kind
- Plug Ins for scented oils (e.g., Glade or Air Wick plug ins)
- Halogen lamps
- Supplies used to stack or loft beds, with the exception of plastic risers which may be purchased at mass retailers; these may not exceed six inches in height
- Paintball, BB, or pellet guns
- Wireless routers (routers are permitted if the wireless feature is disabled—see ResNet policies).
- Extension cords or multi-receptacle outlets (UL listed power strips with surge protectors are permitted)
- Motor bikes, Segways, Hoverboards, etc.
- Decorations attached to light fixtures, sprinklers, smoke detectors, etc.
- Any item hung outside the window
- Dry erase boards/message boards (only allowed inside the room, not on the
- Use of subwoofers, drums and amplified instruments (e.g., electric guitars) is not permitted, but these items may be stored in a student’s room provided such equipment does not disrupt the residential community (items may be confiscated if they present a disruption to the residential community)
This list is not comprehensive. Housing and Residence Life reserves the right to ask students to remove items that are considered unsafe or disruptive.
Note: Refrigerators and microwave/refrigerator combination units may be rented from My MicroFridge during New Student Orientation or you may call toll free 1-800-525-7307.