WHAT NOT BRING - this is not an all-inclusive list: air fryers, animals (excluding fish and pre-approved assistance animals), bicycles, candles, resident installed ceiling fans, chain locks curtains that are not fire rated, dead-bolt locks, explosives, firearms, fireworks, fog or smoke machines of any kind, gasoline and combustible liquids, gasoline-powered or motorized vehicles (motorcycles, scooters, etc.), hover boards, incense, live-cut Christmas trees, non-fused extension cords and multi-plug adapters, oil lamps, outside antennas, open flames, no personal furniture such as sofas, futons, home-made lofts, headboards, etc (rental furniture from Dorms Direct is approved), scented plug in devices of any kind, space heaters (if one is required then Facilities Management will supply), roller blades, halogen lamps, waterbeds, weapons.
The following kitchen appliances are prohibited in student rooms, but ma be used in residence hall kitchens if the kitchen is in use: bread machines, crock pots, immersion coils, hotpots that are not thermostatically controlled, rice cookers, hot plates, toaster ovens, broilers, George Foreman Grills, electric skillets/woks and other portable electric cooking devices,
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