WHAT NOT BRING - The following items are prohibited to ensure student safety in the Residence Hall or because of the extraordinary stress they cause to our facilities. Please refer to the Housing Contract for further details and the full listing of prohibited items.
-Mini refrigerators - Students can purchase or rent a MicroFridge (https://mymicrofridge.com) or used the shared items on the fourth floor.
-Microwaves - Students can purchase or rent a MicroFridge or used the shared items on the fourth floor.
-Any items that require a power source to heat up, including coffee makers, Keurigs, rice cookers, crock pots, electric tea kettles, George Foreman grills, irons, steamers, heating pads, electric blankets, etc. are prohibited. The only items that are an exception to this fire safety policy are hair dryers, curling irons, and hair straighteners.
-Extension cords that do not have an on/off switch
-Halogen lamps or bulbs
-Candles and incense
-Unapproved upholstered furniture - Upholstered items must meet Boston Fire Safety codes for the -Residence Hall and must be approved by Residence Life. Please send detailed information about the item and photos of the item (tags when possible) to the Director of Residence Life and Housing. -Unapproved items will not be allowed in the Residence Hall.
-Mattresses and water beds
-Air conditioners and space heaters - Each room has an individual thermostat that residents are able to control within a specified range.
-Weapons, including mace and pepper spray
If you are uncertain whether or not you should bring a particular item to campus with you, please do not hesitate to contact the Director of Residence Life and Housing - firstname.lastname@example.org
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