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Suggested Items to Bring

This is a list of suggested items to bring for your room on campus. You can click on check-box to select what you have packed then print this listing for later.

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FOR YOUR ROOM
Bed sheets
Blankets
Pillows & pillow cases
Mattress cover
School supplies
Small throw rug
Combination lock (for your closet)
Air freshener (without electric socket)
Each resident is provided with furniture in their room that includes a bed ( extra-long twin), closet, drawers, and a desk with chair.
ELECTRONICS & APPLIANCES
Refrigerator (4.0 cu. ft. or smaller)
Television set (32" or smaller)
Electrical curling irons/heating curlers (with enclosed heating coil)
Desk or floor lamps (except halogen lamps)
Personal computer or laptop
Hair dryer
Sound system entertainment
Computer equipment
Radio
Alarm clock
Cable & Ethernet wires
Cable splitter
Surge protector (UL designation only)
LAUNDRY SUPPLIES
Clothes hangers
Laundry detergent
Laundry hamper or bag
Rolls of quarters
Iron & Ironing Board
CLEANING SUPPLIES
Small wastebasket (3-5 gal.)
Broom
Mop
Sanitizing & Cleaning supplies
Housekeeping Services: As a resident of University housing, you are responsible for keeping your room clean. The housekeeping staff is NOT responsible for cleaning individual rooms.
 
PERSONAL CARE & BATHROOM SUPPLIES
Hygiene products (deodorant, feminine care, lotion, dental care)
Shower shoes/cap
Washcloths
Towels
Soap & Shampoo
Hair products (gel, brushes, combs, etc.)
SOME BASIC SUPPLIES IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
Flashlight with extra batteries
Medications
Battery-powered radio
Food (dried/canned)
Water
Personal first-aid kit
PERSONAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
Filed for Purchase Property Insurance
 

WHAT NOT TO BRING ON CAMPUS

Please do not bring any of the following items. If brought, they will be confiscated. Housing & Residence Life will not be responsible for any confiscated item(s). In addition, students will be subject to disciplinary action.

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ELECTRONICS
  • George Foreman Grills
  • Hot plates & other heating appliances
  • Toasters & Toaster ovens
  • Microwaves
  • Electric kettles
  • Extension cords
  • Multi-plug adaptors
ROOM DECORATIONS
  • Glow-in-the-dark stars or decorations.
  • Offensive alcohol/drug related posters or paraphernalia are not permitted.
  • Air fresheners w/ electric sockets
  • Candles of any kind
  • Incense
  • Furniture
  • No tacks, pins, nails, paste or glue is to be on the walls or wood works.
OTHER
  • Pets
  • Bicycles in the room
  • Weight-lifting equipment

WEAPONS/HOBBY ITEMS
- INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
  • Knives
  • Guns
  • Darts
  • Air Guns
  • Paintball Guns
 

What will I need in an event of a natural disaster?

This is a list of suggested items to bring in an event of a natrual disaster. You can click on check-box to select what you have packed then print this listing for later.

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FIRST AID KIT
Two pairs of latex or sterile gloves
Sterile dressings
Disinfecting & cleansing soap/towelettes
Antibiotic ointment
Burn ointment
Adhesive bandages (various sizes)
Eye wash solution to flush the eyes or as general decontaminant.
Thermometer
Prescription Medications
TOOLS
Paper plates & cups, plastic utensils
Non-electric can opener
Plastic garbage bags & ties
PERSONAL HYGIENE ITEMS
Dental care (toothpaste, floss, mouthwash, etc.)
Comb & brush
Soap
Contact lens supplies
If you wear glasses: keep an extra pair with your disaster supplies.
Feminine supplies
ADDITIONAL CLOTHING
Raincoat & umbrella
One complete change of clothing & footwear:
Long-sleeved shirt
Long pants
Undergarments
Closed-toed shoes or boots
NOTE: Your kit should be adjusted based on your own personal needs. Do not include candles, weapons, toxic chemicals or controlled drugs unless prescribed by a physician.
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