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What's Provided?
Residence hall rooms are furnished with an extra long twin size bed (80 in. mattress), dresser, desk and chair, bookshelf, and window blinds.  Apartments at The Village are furnished with a full size mattress, dresser, desk and chair, bookshelf and window blinds. In addition, common areas in the apartments are furnished with a couch, chair, entertainment cube, side table and coffee table.  For more details about what is permitted in the residence halls or at The Village, please visit the Policies and Handbook  page. 

Highly recommended:
High Efficiency (HE) laundry detergent and fabric softener 
Push pins to hang posters
Personal paperwork (Social Security card, copies of prescriptions and insurance cards) 
Wastebasket and trash bags
Surge protector  
Under bed storage boxes
Shower curtain and rings (not provided by University Housing)
3M Command Adhesive hooks

Coordinate with your roommate:
Cleaning supplies (nothing abrasive)   
Iron and ironing board
Dry erase or bulletin board (provided in Bell Hall)  
Area rug
Curtains and tension rods (blinds are provided)   
Coffee maker    
Broom and dustpan or mini-vac    
Can opener
Television and DVD   
Dishes and utensils
Mini-fridge – no larger than 4.3 cubic ft.
Microwave (1 per room – 800 watts max.)  
    
Personal items:
Clothes hangers      
Radio / alarm clock
Pillow, sheets, and comforter   
Bicycle lock
Mattress pad / cover – 36" X 80" (X-Long)   
Toilet paper
Towels and washcloths    
Jump drive/thumb drive
Laundry bag, basket or hamper    
Desk lamp
Toiletries 
Small sewing kit
Medications     
Flashlight
Small tool kit (hammer, screw drivers, wrench, tape measure)
First aid kit

Apartment needs:
Vacuum
Pots and pans
Shower curtain and rings
Plunger
Kitchen trash can and bags
Dish soap / dishwasher detergent
Full sized bedding
Small kitchen appliances (toaster, Foreman grill, etc.)

Things to leave home:
Candles, incense, halogen lamps, electric heaters, extension cords, weapons of any kind, animals or pets other than fish, alcohol, illegal drugs, homemade lofts, adhesive-backed hooks, wall paper, contact paper, nails and screws.  In the residence halls, cooking equipment with exposed heating elements (toasters, hot plates, etc.) is not permitted.  Visit the Policies and Handbook page and check out the housing policies for more information. 

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