WHAT NOT BRING - -Pets
-Telephone answering machine (provided)
-Candles, incense, halogen lamp
-Items, signs and posters not keeping with the character of the University are not to be displayed in student rooms or on University property. These include items that involve nudity or are otherwise morally objectionable or socially offensive, containers for alcoholic beverages and other alcohol and drug related paraphernalia (e.g., signs, posters, etc.).
-Images displayed should adhere to the modesty guidelines referenced in community standards.
-Outward facing objects (e.g., flags, posters, signs), with pictures or symbols that are visible in the window from the outside, are prohibited.
-Nails, screws, duct tape or other adhesives that cause damage or leave sticky residue on the walls or surface may not be used. Double sided sponge tape is not allowed. White poster putty and masking tape are acceptable methods to hang things.
-Candles, including candle warmers, and incense are not permitted, lit or unlit.
-Halogen lamps are not permitted.
-University supplied furniture must remain in the campus residence at all times.
-Pets, with the exception of fish, are not permitted. Fish tanks must be 20 gallons or less.
-Painting rooms is not allowed.
-Use of wallpaper or contact paper is not allowed.
-The use of personal electrical appliances is limited because of the safety and sanitation needs created by living in a community. Consequently, cooking appliances are not permitted in rooms, with the exception of coffee makers, and hot pots. Enclosed cooking devices may only be used in kitchen areas. Microwaves, hot plates, toaster ovens and electric space heaters are not permitted in residence halls.
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