Illegal drugs, narcotics, controlled substances or prescription drugs without a prescription are prohibited on campus.
With the exception of microwave ovens, cooking equipment of any kind is not allowed in individual student rooms or lounges. This includes hot plates, toaster ovens, indoor grills, hot pots, immersion heaters or any item with open coils.
Firearms, explosives, knives (of any length), fireworks, nun-chucks, paintball guns or other articles or substances usable as weapons
Candles and incense, with the exception of registered religious candles. Decorative and/or scented candles are permitted if the wicks are removed.
Pets, with the exception of fish in a 10-gallon or smaller tank. See Rights and Responsibilities regarding exceptions for service and emotional support animals.
Halogen light bulbs
Non-LED string lights
Extension cords (please use UL-listed, multiple-outlet power strips instead)
Flammable gases or fluids: This includes lighter fluid for grills, propane or butane for cooking, and jellied fuels for chafing vessels. It does not include personal-sized cigarette lighters.
Bed risers, cinder blocks or loft kits
Evergreen decorations (i.e., Christmas trees)
Stolen items — University or public property, such as street signs, traffic cones, etc.
Personal Furniture Restrictions
No personal mattresses or air mattresses are allowed in any residence hall.
All furniture must fit into the given space without blocking the clear path to the exit. Whether an item poses a fire hazard is at the discretion of university staff.
No soft furniture, such as couches or armchairs, are permitted. The only exceptions are foldable chairs or desk chairs.
Particleboard and hardwood furniture should not be higher than 3 feet.