University of Pittsburgh at Titusville Move In List
WHAT NOT BRING - Your residence hall room will be your home away from home while living on campus, however due to the nature of our residential facilities and a need to address possible safety and security concerns; you will need to leave some items at home. The following items are not permitted on campus and will be removed by residence life staff when found. Items that are removed can be claimed at the end of each semester or on your next trip home. Items not claimed within 48 hours of the residence halls closing at the end of the semester will be discarded at the student’s expense or donated to a local charity.
- Internet Routers and or Access Points
- Large electrical appliances such as: Air conditioning units, Refrigerators over 5.0 cubic feet, Large microwaves
- Items that can pose a risk of fire such as: Candles, candle warmers, wax warmers, incense, incense burners, and potpourri pots
-Cooking appliances (hot plates, toasters, toaster ovens, George Foreman Grills™ or other appliances with an exposed heating element)
-Dehumidifiers and Humidifiers
-Lighter fluid, propane tanks, CO2 cartridges, and other accelerants
-Non-circuited/non-surge protected multi-outlets
-Items that can damage furniture, walls, or ceilings
-Homemade or commercially made furniture, including but not limited to loft beds, couches,
futons, desks, dressers
-Weapons of any kind
-Guns, including paintball, BB, pellet, air, water guns
-Ammunition of any kind
-Martial Arts implements
-Items contrary to the academic mission of the University, or illegal items such as illegal drugs and related paraphernalia
-Items related to the consumption of alcohol
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