Personal Refrigerators of any size are NOT ALLOWED
Extension Cords or Extension Plug-ins are NOT ALLOWED
Command Strips or LED Light Strips are NOT ALLOWED. Push pins and painters’ tape are allowed to hang items.
Candles and incense or any other item that requires an open flame is in violation of fire code and NOT ALLOWED
Cooking Appliances are NOT ALLOWED – Due to fire code, all small cooking appliances are prohibited in Simon Hall, Burkhardt Hall, and Path Hall. Prohibited appliances include but not limited to: anything with an exposed heating element like toasters, air fryers, griddle/hot plates, sandwich makers, electric skillets, etc. If found, items will be confiscated and returned when resident leaves for break.
Grills or Fire Pits are NOT ALLOWED – Residents may not grill and/or tailgate in any of the parking lots on campus.
Personal Heaters such as electric blankets or heaters pose a potential fire hazard and are NOT ALLOWED
Waterbeds are NOT ALLOWED
Residents may NOT remove any dorm furniture from their suite area
Metal-tipped Darts and Dartboard are NOT ALLOWED
Hover Boards/Hover Scooters are NOT ALLOWED in on-campus housing at any time
Car Parts such as batteries, hitches, chains, vehicle engines, tires or other large items are not to be stored in Residence Hall rooms.
Road Signs or other Recognizably Stolen Articles will be confiscated
Live trees/branches/wreaths are NOT PERMITTED in on-campus housing
Offensive Decorations – any reports of offensive decorations that are visible to other residents may be asked to be removed from Campus.
Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco/Guns are ALL PROHIBITED
Containers may not be used in decoration no matter what the condition;
Any items found in the room will be confiscated and/or the resident(s) will be assessed a fine. It should be noted that the presence of Alcohol/Tobacco/Drug containers will be interpreted as actual possession. A student determined to be in locations where violations of campus Alcohol/Drug/Tobacco policies are taking place will be considered in violation even though they may not actually have the prohibited items on their person at the time of the incident.