WHAT NOT BRING - ●Alcoholic beverage containers—empty, full, or partially full
●Media (e.g. objects, posters, signs, photos, flags, items of clothing, etc.)○which depict, promote, or advertise tobacco, alcohol, or drugs○that is, or borders on being, pornographic or obscene.○that is, or borders on being, offensive to others (e.g., the Confederate flag, swastika)
●Government/municipal signs or equipment
●Flags, posters, banners, etc. hung from the exterior of the residence halls●Electric stoves, George Foreman-type grills, Halogen lamps, toaster ovens, toasters, air conditioners, space heaters, hot plates, and other open-coiled appliances
●Candles, incense, flame-producing instruments (e.g., matches, lighters, hurricane lamps, etc.)●Flammable material (e.g., gasoline, kerosene, camping stove fuel, etc.), including fireworks or explosives
●Live Christmas trees & Non-LED Christmas lights
●Weapons (e.g., knives, swords, martial arts items, etc.) & Firearms (e.g., BB /air/pellet guns, paintball guns, etc.)
●Extension cords that are longer than six feet and less than 16 gauge wire
●Electric skateboards, self balancing boards, hoverboards or other similar devices
●Fridges greater than five cubic feet & microwaves that are more than 900 watts
●Pets or animals other than fish in a 10 gallon or less tank
For more information, please see the Handbook: https://www.covenant.edu/pdf/student/Residence_Hall_Manual_2020-2021.pdf
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