WHAT NOT BRING - The following lists some of the items residents may not have in the residence halls. Violators will be fined and face judicial action. Items may be confiscated and discarded, regardless of the expense of the item.
• Appliances with exposed heating elements
• Extension cords and any devices that overload electrical receptacles (more than three appliances per outlet or multiple plug adapters). You need to use power strips with circuit breakers that automatically shut off when overloaded
• Candles are not permitted for any reason in any campus residence area
• Hot plates, skillets, electric open element grills (eg George Foreman Grills) toasters and toaster ovens, rice cookers, etc.
• Oil lamps
• Caldwell College bans all alcohol in its Residence Halls, regardless of age
• Residents and guests are forbidden to possess any dangerous weapons including but not limited to: firearms, ammunitions, explosives, fireworks, bows and arrows, paint ball guns, and compressed air cartridges
This is not a complete list of prohibited items. Residents should review the list and use good judgment about what they bring to their campus homes. Residents should refer to the Caldwell College C-Book. Students are advised that the information contained in the C-Book and herein are subject to change at the sole discretion of the College which reserves the right to add, amend, or repeal any of its regulations, policies, and programs, in whole or in part, at any time. In any such case, the College will give appropriate notice as is reasonably practicable under the circumstances.
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