WHAT NOT BRING - *Weapons:
-Knives with a blade that projects or swings into position by force of a spring, by centrifugal force, by gravity or by any other force, such as combat and switch blades
-Any blade over three inches in length (e.g., ceremonial and fencing swords)
-Firearms, ammunition, explosives, and dangerous chemicals
-Possession or threatened usage of any projectile weapons (slingshots, water guns, paintball guns, air guns, and or any guns that fire foam or plastic pellets)
-Misuse of any personal defensive device, such as pepper spray or tasers
-Any other weapons or dangerous items including but not limited to: martial arts weapons, metal knuckles, blackjack, sap, or similar instruments
-Refrigerators over 4.6 cubic feet
-Microwave ovens, toasters and toaster ovens, hot plates, or electronic cooking grills
-Devices or appliances with an open heat source and without a thermostat and automatic shut-off features
-Air conditioning units
-Household appliances, such as lamps, that include unprotected electrical outlets on the device are prohibited. (Appliances such as alarm clocks or computers with low-voltage USB charging ports are acceptable.)
-Pets (only fish are allowed, which must be held in a tank of 10 gallons or less)
-Fuel-powered vehicles or parts
-Please see your Residence Hall Contract for official information about placement of items in your room or other expectations related to safety.
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