WHAT NOT BRING - •Extension cords and multiplugs that are not grounded and do not have a light indicator AND an on/off switch.
•Multiplug lamps (even if the outlets are not in use), lamps with an outlet (even if the outlet is not in use), rock salt lamps and plug-in rock salt night-lights, lava lamps, sun lamps, halogen lamps, and black light bulbs.
•Scented and unscented plug-in air fresheners, air purifiers, and diffusers.
•Candles (even if for decorative use), incense, and wax warmers.
•Cooking appliances of any kind, including but not limited to broilers, hot plates, hot pots, slow cookers, microwaves,* immersion coils, electric tea kettles,** electric grills and electric skillets, toasters,** toaster ovens, rice cookers,** popcorn poppers, and coffee makers (unless it is a one-cup coffee maker that is UL-approved with an automatic shutoff).
•Plugging strands of lights into one another (daisy chaining).
• Bed tents.
•Fabric on walls/ceilings/windows (including tapestries, flags, curtains, drapes, and valances).
•Stand-alone freezers of any size are prohibited in the residence halls.
•Unauthorized pets in room or suite (including pets of a resident’s guest).
•Unauthorized personal furniture in room or suite.
•Unauthorized Hofstra University property in room or suite.
•Hookahs, e-cigarettes and vaporizers, drug paraphernalia, or illegal drugs.
•Electric heaters/electric blankets.
•Power bed risers.
•Any type of firearm or weapon.
•Self-balancing scooters, hands-free personal transporters, battery-operated scooters, electric-powered skateboards, and similar devices, as well as their chargers.
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