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WHAT NOT BRING - The following items are prohibited in on campus housing. If any of these articles is found to be in a resident space, the resident(s) will be requested to remove it from the building immediately. Residents will be held responsible for damages incurred as a result of possession or use of prohibited items. HRL reserves the right to prohibit or request the removal of additional items on a case-by-case basis. Prohibited items include: Air conditioners not owned and installed by the University Bicycles are prohibited from entering all housing buildings. Bicycles are not to be walked through the hallways, stored in public areas, or brought into rooms/apartments/units. Bicycles must be properly stored in designated bike racks. Bicycles should be secured with a bike lock and registered with GVPD. Any bicycles left behind by residents will be confiscated and stored by the Grand Valley Police Department Candles and incense Charcoal grills Curtains and additional window decor not provided by the University Deep fryers Dishwashers Drug-related paraphernalia (e.g., bong, pipe, vaporizers) Electric blankets or fireplaces Electronics without a “UL Certified” label Firearms and weapons including, but not limited to any firearm; any device from which an electrical current, impulse, wave, or beam may be directed that is designed to incapacitate temporarily, injure or kill; any other instrument or device of any kind that operates based on spring, gas or air, contains explosive materials, or; any instrument or device that has a sharp blade greater than three inches (outside of specifications related to restricted items); chemical, biological, radioactive, or other dangerous substances, except for a self-defense spray or foam for protection of a person or property under the circumstances that would justify the person’s use of physical force. Fireworks, explosives, and toxic or dangerous chemicals Gasoline and highly flammable substances Halogen bulbs or lamps (all types, including clip-on, torchiere and desk styles) Heating pads without an automatic shutoff Hoverboards Humidifiers and de-humidifiers (unless approved as an accommodation by DSR or HRL) Locks, latches, or similar devices (for interior or exterior doors) beyond what is provided by the University Mercury thermometers Multi-light lamps with plastic shades Natural, cut trees, branches and/or greens (such as holiday trees, wreaths and garlands) Pesticides (such as commercially available bug bombs, bug spray, or poison bait) Pianos and organs Space heaters Strobe lights, lava lamps, black lights, and fog machines Tanning beds Trampolines Vent covers Oil and wax warmers that utilize a flame, or oil and wax warmers without an automatic shutoff Waterbeds/water chairs Weapons including Airsoft and paintball guns, and any used for decorative or collecting purposes Wireless routers Major appliances (freezers, dishwashers, washers, dryers, etc.) Extension cords, outlet adapters, or multiple plugs — except for power strips with built-in circuit breakers (limit of one power strip per resident)
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