Official Appalachian State University Checklist | Appalachian State University Move In List | Shop Online
Search for a COLLEGE List
results for:
NC
>>

Appalachian State University

>>

Appalachian State University Move In List

Appalachian State University

Copy
Appalachian State University Move In List - select items
1
Select Items
2
Review Shopping List
3
Proceed to a pre-filled cart on Amazon or Walmart
NC
>>

Appalachian State University

>>

Appalachian State University Move In List

WHAT NOT BRING - The following items are banned within the residence halls (this list is not all-inclusive): Air conditioners, ceiling fans, washing machines, freezers, or other high voltage equipment Alcoholic beverage containers, including shot glasses Any appliance exceeding 1200 watts or 10 amps including single serve coffee makers Appliances with exposed heating elements including hot plates, toasters, toaster ovens, deep fat fryers, George Foreman grills, electric grills, combustibles, coffee pots, or candle/wax warmers BB guns (including airsoft guns), stun guns, air rifles and pistols (including paint guns), knives of any kind, slingshots, leaded canes, blackjacks, metallic knuckles, razors and razor blades (except solely for personal shaving), fireworks, or any sharp-pointed or edged instruments (except instructional supplies, unaltered nail files and clips and tools used solely for preparation of food, instruction, and maintenance) (See N.C.G.S. §14-269.2) Bed risers taller than 8 inches on any bed, and risers cannot be used on bunked or 60" adjustable loft beds Bongs, hookahs, pipes, and other drug paraphernalia Candles/Incense, even for decorative purposes Cinder blocks Combustible decorations including cotton batting, dry/cut vegetation, moss, straw, hay, vines, leaves, and twigs Electronic cigarettes or vapes (may not be USED in residence halls) Extension cords and multi-plug adapters Fire pits Flammable items including fireworks, heaters, fuel, lighter fluid, Bunsen burners, hazardous chemicals, etc. Guns, rifles, pistols, other firearms of any kind, dynamite cartridges, bombs, grenades, mines or powerful explosives (it is a felony to possess a weapon on campus) [N.C.G.S. §14-269.2(b) and (b1)] Kegs, beer balls, funnels, or other rapid consumption containers Kerosene heaters or electric heaters, open flame self-igniting or explosive apparatus Lofts (unless provided by the University) Bicycles may not be stored or placed in stairwells, hallways, fire exits, or chained/locked to outside stair railings, lamp posts or shrubbery. Bicycles should be properly secured to bicycle racks provided outside of residence halls. Motorcycles, motorbikes, mopeds and scooters are not allowed inside residence halls. The operation and charging of hoverboards is banned on all University owned and controlled property. Nails, screws, or other devices that are inserted into the walls Open flames Slow cookers and pressure cookers Pets, with the exception of animals biologically classified as Osteichthyes that are maintained in a fish tank of ten gallons or less Power tools (i.e., drills, saws, sanders, etc.) Realistic replicas of weapons Salt lamps, halogen lamps, lava lamps, and multi-bulb lamps with plastic shades Three-dimensional (3-D) printers of any type Water balloon launchers Waterbeds, electric blankets, heated mattress pads, personal mattresses Weapons including machetes, knives, fencing foils, nunchaku, bow and arrows, etc. Wireless routers Non-combustible, non-flammable, or flame-retardant materials should be utilized when decorating rooms if possible. If combustible materials are used, the number of decorations must not exceed 50% of any individual wall or area. Paper, plastic, cloth, or other combustible materials in excess of the 50% allowance may not be used to cover/drape any area. Please note that the following decorative materials will not be permitted: Cotton batting Foam plastics Dry/cut vegetation Moss Straw or hay Vines, twigs, and leaves Other similar materials Decorative light sets should not be anchored/taped or allowed to touch metal items such as window or door frames. Cords may not be run through doorways, under doors, or across hallways. Decorative light sets or other electrical items should be unplugged whenever the area is unattended. Holiday decorations must comply with guidelines issued by the University's Office of Environmental Health, Safety and Emergency Management.
Cancel
College Checklists, a School Family Media service, provides checklists to help students find and shop for everything they need for college. School Family Media is not affiliated with or sponsored by Appalachian State University.
who we are

College Checklists, brought to you by TeacherLists, provides students with the exact checklist for their specific college plus convenient one-click shopping. By knowing exactly what to bring and what not to bring—and easily getting everything they need—students arrive prepared.

contact us
©2020 School Family Media. All rights reserved