Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Move In List
WHAT NOT BRING - For the safety of yourself, fellow residents, and our residential
facilities, the following items are prohibited in our on-campus
• 3-D printers
• Alcohol and drugs
• Appliances with exposed heating elements (i.e. hot plates, traditional coffee makers, toasters, deep fryers) - 4 6
• Bed risers
• Candles and incense
• Cooking appliances that use high pressure steam (i.e. pressure cookers, Instant Pot)
• Decorative alcohol containers
• Electric blankets
• Extension cords and multi-plug power strips without an internal circuit or surge protector
• Grills of any kind - 4 6
• Halogen lamps
• Natural cut trees (i.e. Christmas trees)
• Non-University owned mattresses
• Non-University owned microwaves - 4 6
› A MicroFridge is provided in each residence hall room and a microwave is provided in each Soltz Hall suite.
• Non-University owned personal space heaters
• Non-University owned refrigerators 4 6
› A MicroFridge is provided in each residence hall room and a refrigerator is provided in each Soltz Hall suite. Students living in apartment complexes may still have a personal refrigerator or MicroFridge if they so choose.
• Self-balancing scooters
• Weightlifting equipment (i.e. barbells, free weights, pullup bars, large equipment)
• Window air conditioners
› Floor model AC units 10,000 BTUs or less may be used
• Any item that could damage property/facilities, cause personal injury, or prohibit safety equipment from properly functioning
4 prohibited for residents in residence halls
5 prohibited for residents in apartments
6 prohibited for residents in Soltz Hall
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