Living in a residence hall is more than just having a room located near classrooms. Your room is a starting point from which you can deal with the academic, social, and recreational challenges and opportunities that will be part of your total educational experience.
Your room must contain the necessities that support you to get focused and on your way in the morning and into your studies at night, but it also should be a comfortable place where you can relax. The lists below include items you may want to bring. Realize that you do not have to have all the items. Check with your roommate to see what he or she is bringing so you do not double up on items.
Twin XL Sheets
Mini-Refrigerator (3.1 cubic ft. max)
Lamp (non-halogen bulbs)
Posters (Hung with Puddy, Command Strips or Tape)
Tupperware for Storage
Laptop or Desktop
All residence halls offer:
No pets are allowed. The only exception to the pet policy is fish that can be maintained in a simple fish bowl. Fish are allowed if electricity is not used to power a filter or lights for the bowl. If pets are found, the student responsible may be subject to a Student Conduct Hearing. Or approved emotional support animals or approved service animals.
If a student requires an additional item that is not listed, a request in writing may be submitted to the Director of Housing, identifying the item with rationale for its necessity. Written approval must be received prior to placing the item in your room.