WHAT NOT BRING - •Pets other than FISH! (limit to 5 gallon tank)
•Extension cords or multi-outlet plugs that are NOTsurge protected
•Furniture of any kind -including futons, overstuffed couch-es, chairs, beanbag chairs, recliners, etc. Outside furniture is NOT permitted
•Any appliance with an OPEN heating element
•Large trunks or bulky luggage (no storage spaceis available)
•Drones or hoverboards
•Keurig/other K-cup coffee maker*
•Firearms, explosives, air soft guns or other items or toys that look like real weapons, in accordance with the NEC Weapons policy in the Student Handbook
•Halogen lamps or lava lamps
•Candles, incense, or anything with an open flame
•Other items that are disruptive to community living (i.e. large and/or powerful sound systems/big screen televi-sions, vaping materials**)
*Any student responsible for overloading electrical socks will be restricted from having items that cause fuses to be blown and/or outlets not to work.
**Any student who vapes, smokes, or has other materials in their room which cause fire alarms to be activated will be chargeda $1,000 Life Safety Fine and will be subject to conduct charges.
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