• Housing Checklist

    The goal of residence life is to help you feel as comfortable in your residence hall room as possible. We encourage you to make your residence hall your home away from home for the year. To help you with this we have provided a list of items below that you should bring to campus with you, items that you may want to consider bringing to campus with you and those items that we ask that you leave at home. 

    • Items to bring with you
      • Mattress Cover (extra long twin size)
      • Sheets, pillows & pillow cases (extra long twin size)
      • Blanket
      • Comforter/Bedspread (extra long twin size)
      • Towels, washcloths, toiletries (soap, shampoo, etc.)
      • Shower Curtains
      • Waste basket
      • Alarm clock
      • Laundry bag/basket
      • Laundry detergent/dryer sheets
      • Flashlight
      • Bathroom cleaning supplies
      • Clothes hangers
      • Cups, glasses, plates, bowls, and silverware (all microwave safe)
      • Desk lamp
      • Milk crates, waffle blocks, or plastic storage bins
      • Posters and souvenirs (to make your room feel more like home)
      • Poster Putty for hanging posters and pictures.. no other adhesives are allowed to be used on the wall
       
    • Other items you might find useful
      • Power strips/surge protectors *Note: Extension cords are not permitted.
      • Personal computer
      • Refrigerator
      • Curtains
      • All rooms have at least one window, and a few have more than one. All windows have blinds.
      • Coffee maker
      • Ironing board & iron
      • Radio/stereo
      • Study lamp
      • Blow dryer/curling iron
      • Throw rugs
       

    Items which are NOT allowed

    • Electrical heating appliances such as space heaters, hot plates, electric blankets, toasters (do not bring any appliance with an open coil or flame).
    • Microwave ovens (except as a part of a MicroFridge unit)
    • Pets (except fish; 10 gallon tank limit)
    • Any type of extension cord is NOT ALLOWED - you may bring surge protectors/power strips
    • Sun lamps
    • Electric blankets
    • Candles
    • Incense

    Note: Health and safety checks will be conducted once a month. Violators will face disciplinary action.