WHAT NOT BRING - -No cooking devices in rooms with the exception of a microwave (which will be provided in the common space of all residence halls)
-No pets except for fish that can be kept in a bowl or 20-gallon tank
-No hazardous electrical appliances with open heating elements, including halogen lamps, cooking appliances, decorative lights (including string lights or holiday lights), concealed extension cords, or multiple outlet adapters. Multiple strip outlets (fused, with at least 14 gauge wire, grounded cord) are allowed when needed to power electronic devices.
-No candles, incense burners, or oil burning lamps and lanterns
-No firecrackers, fireworks, or any explosive material
-No gasoline motors of any type and no storing of fuels such as gasoline or propane
-No guns, ammunition, or weapons, including but not limited to knives, darts, foils, and swords
-No wooden frame or metal lofts
-No screws, nails, staples and/or adhesives such as Scotch or duct tape on walls
-No tapestries/fabric to be hung from the ceiling/sprinkler pipes
-No device or object that would block a fire safety object or exit/egress from a building
ITEMS TO AVOID
-Air fresheners (contain many toxic chemicals. Consider this deodorizer instead: 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 4 tablespoons baking soda.)
-Single use water bottles (disposables)
-TV (already available in residence halls)
-Single use items
-Mini fridge (intense energy users)
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