WHAT NOT BRING - Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia - The University adheres to all state and federal regulations in regards to Alcohol and Drug use. Paraphernalia, such as bongs or pipes, are not perceived as decorations and should not be brought to Pace.
Liquor - Hard Liquor of any kind is prohibited in our residence halls regardless of a student's age. Beer is allowed when a student is 21 years of age or older.
Plastic Lamp or Lamp Shades - Any multi-headed lamp and/or plastic shades is prohibited from the Residence Halls and is a fire hazard.
Weapons - Prohibited items include any type of gun (including BB, pellet and paint guns), large hunting knives and swords, and other weapons.
Waterbeds - Waterbeds are prohibited.
Pets - Tropical fish are the only pets permitted in the residence halls.
Hookahs - These are not allowed within the residence halls.
Candles or Incense - There are to be no open flames within our residence halls because of the potential to cause a fire.
Street Signs or Large Wooden or Metal Signs - Street signs or business signs are prohibited unless proof of ownership can be shown. Large, (bigger than 2 ft by 2ft) heavy signs are prohibited because they can severely damage the walls.
Microwave Ovens, Toaster Ovens, or any Indoor Grills (i.e. George Foreman) - Only microwaves that are a part of the MicroFridge unit are permitted in the residence halls.
Everything including the kitchen sink - Space is limited in our residence halls and items such as sweaters and other winter clothing can be brought later in the semester.
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