WHAT NOT BRING - *Prohibited Items in All Residence Halls/Apartments
-Air conditioners and space heaters (facilities staff can raise/lower the temperature in most rooms by request)
-Air guns, paint ball markers/guns, fireworks, incendiary devices
-Amplifiers, electric guitars, drums, etc.
-Darts and dart boards
-Double sided tape, duct tape, nails, screws, etc. on walls (painters tape should be used on walls and student can use thumb tacks on sheet rock walls)
-Drugs and alcohol, paraphernalia, shot glasses, bongs, vaporizers, hookahs, alcohol containers, etc.
-Electric blankets and space heaters
-Extension cords (only UL approved surge protectors are permitted)
-Flags and tapestries (and anything hanging from light fixtures/fire safety equipment/pipes)
-Halogen lights/lamps, lava lamps and octopus lamps with plastic shades
-Incense, candles, tart/wax warmers, etc.
-Live Christmas trees
-Pets (except fish in 10 gallon tanks or less)
-Official/public signs and street signs
-Weapons of any kind
-Weight lifting equipment
-Water beds, wooden futons, personal furniture (couches/chairs)
-Smoking is PROHIBITED in ALL Residence Halls
*Prohibited Items in First-Year Residence Halls
-Microwaves (permitted in Mead and Niejadlik Common area)
-All cooking/heating appliances (toaster, coffee pot*, hot plates, rice cooker, etc.)
*Keurigs are permitted in all residence halls.
*Prohibited Items in Non-Kitchen Halls
-All cooking/heating appliances (listed above) are prohibited in Niejadlik Hall with the exception of a microwave in the common area and Keurigs.
-Cooking appliances are permitted on the 1st and 2nd floors of Occum in the kitchen area only
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