Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art Move In List
WHAT NOT BRING - There are a number of items that are not permitted in the Residence Hall. Below is a list of some prohibited items. If these items are found in an apartment, they will be confiscated and the owner will face disciplinary action.
-Candles and incense
-Charcoal / propane grills
-Hot plates with exposed coils
-Personal microwaves / refrigerators
-Weapons, ammunition and fireworks
-Alcohol (unless you are over 21 years of age)
-Illegally-obtained signs Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
-Pets (unless properly cleared as a service pet)
-Empty alcohol containers serving a decorative purpose
-Most appliances with exposed heating elements
-Decorative string / holiday lights
The Office of Housing & Residential Education strongly encourages residents to purchase heat-producing appliances (e.g. iron, curling iron, etc.) that have an automatic shut-off feature.
Certain art supplies are not permitted in the Residence Hall. The list of prohibited art supplies includes fixatives, spray paint, rubber cement, encaustic paint, oil paint, paint thinners, turpentine, turpenoid, hot plates, polymer clays and chemical printmaking / photography materials. Art students will receive a locker in the Foundation Building, where these materials can be stored. Residents should not purchase these items until they receive their locker assignment.
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