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 Here is some useful information when planning for moving into your room on campus:

  • A list of items you may want to pack, along with items to leave at home can be found HERE .
  • The windows in all residence hall rooms have blinds.
  • When purchasing sheets remember that all mattresses on campus are extra long twin.
  • To avoid possible room charges all posters and pictures should be hung with either masking tape or 3M Command Strips.
  • Only one television and refrigerator is allowed per room, make sure you and your roommate discuss who will bring what.
  • Micro Fridge rentals can be arranged by contacting New England Student Services at this link: http://www.nestudentservices.com/.
    • Please note that renting a Micro Fridge unit is the only way a student may have a microwave in their room. 


When you arrive on campus make sure you:

  • Have your student ID. 
    • You will not be able to get into the front door of your residence hall without your student ID.
    • In Barrows Hall, Beecher Hall, Seth North Hall, Sam May Hall, Sheridan Hall, and Gallaudet Hall your student ID is also the key to your room. 
  • Check in with a Residence Life staff member.
    • If you live in a building with keys (e.g., Carroll Hall, James Hall, Vance Hall) the staff member will issue you your key.
  • Prior to your arrival on campus a Residence Life staff member made note of any damage in your room on a Room Condition Form (RCF), that you will review and sign at check in. 
    • If you see anything in your room that was not included on the Room Condition Report please tell a Residence Life Staff member immediately. 
    • Please be aware that students may be held responsible for any damage at check out that was not reported on the Room Condition Report at check in. 


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