WHAT NOT BRING - Prohibited from College Residences
-hot-plates & toaster ovens
-large refrigerators (in dorms without kitchens)
-electrical appliances that can easily overload the electrical system or are known fire hazards
-Our residence halls are not designed to handle high-wattage appliances. Only safe low-wattage appliances may be used in College housing.
-Students are also prohibited from having any fur-bearing animals in the residence halls. It is a good idea to leave your pets at home, however if you must have a pet, you are permitted to have fish, birds, and small reptiles as long as roommates and/or suitemates do not object and you accept the responsibility to clean up after the pet. Keep in mind that you will be very busy throughout the year and that it will be a burden to take care of a pet. Policies concerning animals needed by those with disabilities can be obtained by contacting the Office of Residential Life (https://www.haverford.edu/residential-life/contact) or Access & Disability Services (https://www.haverford.edu/access-and-disability-services).
-Review the Campus Safety Policies (http://blogs.haverford.edu/students-guide/campus-safety-policies/) in the Students’ Guide for a full listing of items prohibited from the College residence halls.
-Satellite dishes are not permitted in or around any of the residence halls, including HCA.
-Students may not have air conditioners unless there is a documented medical need for one that has been requested and approved by Access & Disability Services (https://www.haverford.edu/access-and-disability-services)
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