University Housing

Hamlin Hall, Room 448
550 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4452
(location map)
(248) 370-3570
housing@oakland.edu
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

man carrying boxes outside an O U housing building

Moving Information

Moving is a much-anticipated event, and we know you have lots of questions. We’re here to make the process as smooth as possible. If you don’t find answers here, please call us at (248) 370-3570 or email housing@oakland.edu.

Fall 2022 Move-In Schedule
Hamlin Hall

Your assigned move-in time
The fall 2022 move-in period will extend over four days, from Saturday, August 27 through Tuesday, August 30. Incoming residents may schedule a move-in appointment for a convenient date and time using the instructions provided below.

Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 


How to schedule a move-in appointment:

  • Please note that you will not be able to schedule a move-in appointment until July 18, 2022.
  • Log in to the My Housing portal using your Net ID and password.
  • In the Assignments section of the home page, under Fall 2022 Move-In, click on Select Time Block.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, select the time slot during which you would like to move in.
  • Click on Update My Time to complete the process.
  • If you would like to change your appointment time prior to your move-in, you may do so using the same instructions as they are listed above. When you select a new time, your old move-in appointment will automatically be cancelled.

We also have a video tutorial on how to schedule a move-in appointment available for your convenience.

Safety measures
Each resident may bring no more than two helpers to assist with the move-in process. 
 

Move-In prerequisite requirements
1. Advance planning
Prior to moving onto campus,
 residents must identify the plan of action they will enact if they are required to quarantine or isolate as the result of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, or exposure to a known case of COVID-19. Identifying an intended quarantine or isolation location will be an essential part of creating an advance plan of action. Residents who are diagnosed with COVID-19 will be expected to leave campus to quarantine or isolate, and to convalesce at their permanent residence unless prohibited by highly specific circumstances. You will find instructions on how to complete your advance plan under Advance Planning on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageCompletion of the advance planning process is required in order to move onto campus.

2. COVID-19 Vaccination
In order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. The verification of your vaccination status must be submitted to the Graham Health Center's secure patient portal by August 8, 2022. You will find instructions on how to submit your vaccination records under Vaccination on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageVaccination for COVID-19, or an approved vaccination exemption, is required in order to move onto campus.


Arriving and unloading
Those moving into Hamlin Hall should enter through the University's West Oakland entrance off of East Walton Blvd. on their assigned move-in day.

Please park in parking lot P-5 or P-3 to unload your belongings. Someone in your party will need to move your car immediately once it has been emptied of your possessions. No cars will be permitted to remain parked in these lots or to park along the road during the move-in period.

Once emptied, cars may be temporarily parked in nearby lots P-11, and the P-29 parking structure. Cars that will be left overnight will need to be parked in spaces designated for overnight parking. These include lots P-11 and all covered levels of the P-29 parking structureLots P-3 and P-5 may also be utilized for overnight parking once the move-in period has concluded. Overnight parking spaces are designated with green lines.

Moving carts will be available for check out. Picture ID will be required to check out a cart.

Key pick-up
You may pick up your key inside Hamlin Hall, at the Hamlin Service Desk. Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 

Food service
Meal plans, including both meal swipes and declining dollars, will begin on August 27. The Vandenberg and Hillcrest Dining Halls will open at 4:30 p.m. on this day. 

Immunization records 
Students who are new to Oakland University should provide an official copy of their full immunization record to the Graham Health Center. If you were born and raised in Michigan, you can create an account and access your full immunization record hereIf you are not a local resident, please contact your primary care provider for a copy of your immunization record.

Once you have obtained your immunization record, the record can 
can be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal by sending a secure message with an attachment

As mentioned above, in order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. COVID-19 vaccination records, or an approved vaccination exemption, should be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal utilizing these instructions in order to be eligible to move onto campus.

Hillcrest Hall

Your assigned move-in time
The fall 2022 move-in period will extend over four days, from Saturday, August 27 through Tuesday, August 30. Incoming residents may schedule a move-in appointment for a convenient date and time using the instructions provided below.

Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 


How to schedule a move-in appointment:

  • Please note that you will not be able to schedule a move-in appointment until July 18, 2022.
  • Log in to the My Housing portal using your Net ID and password.
  • In the Assignments section of the home page, under Fall 2022 Move-In, click on Select Time Block.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, select the time slot during which you would like to move in.
  • Click on Update My Time to complete the process.
  • If you would like to change your appointment time prior to your move-in, you may do so using the same instructions as they are listed above. When you select a new time, your old move-in appointment will automatically be cancelled.

We also have a video tutorial on how to schedule a move-in appointment available for your convenience.

Safety measures
Each resident may bring no more than two helpers to assist with the move-in process.
 

Move-In prerequisite requirements
1. Advance planning
Prior to moving onto campus,
 residents must identify the plan of action they will enact if they are required to quarantine or isolate as the result of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, or exposure to a known case of COVID-19. Identifying an intended quarantine or isolation location will be an essential part of creating an advance plan of action. Residents who are diagnosed with COVID-19 will be expected to leave campus to quarantine or isolate, and to convalesce at their permanent residence unless prohibited by highly specific circumstances. You will find instructions on how to complete your advance plan under Advance Planning on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageCompletion of the advance planning process is required in order to move onto campus.

2. COVID-19 Vaccination
In order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. The verification of your vaccination status must be submitted to the Graham Health Center's secure patient portal by August 8, 2022. You will find instructions on how to submit your vaccination records under Vaccination on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageVaccination for COVID-19, or an approved vaccination exemption, is required in order to move onto campus.


Arriving and unloading
Those moving into Hillcrest Hall should enter through the University's Pioneer Drive entrance off of Squirrel Rd. on their assigned move-in day. 

Please park in parking lot P-34 or P-36 to unload your belongings. Someone in your party will need to move your car immediately once it has been emptied of your possessions. No cars will be permitted to remain parked in these lots or to park along the road during the move-in period.

Once emptied, cars may be parked in nearby lot P-35, and the P-32 parking structure. Cars that will be left overnight will need to be parked in spaces designated for overnight parking. These include lots P-35, and all covered levels of the P-32 parking structure. Overnight parking spaces are designated with green lines in parking lots.

Moving carts will be available for check out. Picture ID will be required to check out a cart.

Key pick-up
You may pick up the key to your room inside Hillcrest Hall, in the main lounge. Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 

Food service
Meal plans, including both meal swipes and declining dollars, will begin on August 27. The Vandenberg and Hillcrest Dining Halls will open at 4 p.m. on this day. 

Immunization records 
Students who are new to Oakland University should provide an official copy of their full immunization record to the Graham Health Center. If you were born and raised in Michigan, you can create an account and access your full immunization record hereIf you are not a local resident, please contact your primary care provider for a copy of your immunization record.

Once you have obtained your immunization record, the record can 
can be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal by sending a secure message with an attachment

As mentioned above, in order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. COVID-19 vaccination records, or an approved vaccination exemption, should be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal utilizing these instructions in order to be eligible to move onto
campus.

 

Oak View Hall

Your assigned move-in time
The fall 2022 move-in period will extend over four days, from Saturday, August 27 through Tuesday, August 30. Incoming residents may schedule a move-in appointment for a convenient date and time using the instructions provided below.

Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 


How to schedule a move-in appointment:

  • Please note that you will not be able to schedule a move-in appointment until July 18, 2022.
  • Log in to the My Housing portal using your Net ID and password.
  • In the Assignments section of the home page, under Fall 2022 Move-In, click on Select Time Block.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, select the time slot during which you would like to move in.
  • Click on Update My Time to complete the process.
  • If you would like to change your appointment time prior to your move-in, you may do so using the same instructions as they are listed above. When you select a new time, your old move-in appointment will automatically be cancelled.

We also have a video tutorial on how to schedule a move-in appointment available for your convenience.

Safety measures
Each resident may bring no more than two helpers to assist with the move-in process.

Move-In prerequisite requirements
1. Advance planning
Prior to moving onto campus,
 residents must identify the plan of action they will enact if they are required to quarantine or isolate as the result of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, or exposure to a known case of COVID-19. Identifying an intended quarantine or isolation location will be an essential part of creating an advance plan of action. Residents who are diagnosed with COVID-19 will be expected to leave campus to quarantine or isolate, and to convalesce at their permanent residence unless prohibited by highly specific circumstances. You will find instructions on how to complete your advance plan under Advance Planning on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageCompletion of the advance planning process is required in order to move onto campus.

2. COVID-19 Vaccination
In order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. The verification of your vaccination status must be submitted to the Graham Health Center's secure patient portal by August 8, 2022. You will find instructions on how to submit your vaccination records under Vaccination on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageVaccination for COVID-19, or an approved vaccination exemption, is required in order to move onto campus.


Arriving and unloading
Those moving into Oak View Hall should enter through the University's West Oakland entrance off of East Walton Blvd. on their assigned move-in day.

Please park in parking lot P-5 or P-3 to unload your belongings. Someone in your party will need to move your car immediately once it has been emptied of your possessions. No cars will be permitted to remain parked in these lots or to park along the road during the move-in period.

Once emptied, cars may be temporarily parked in nearby lots P-11 and the P-29 parking structure. Cars that will be left overnight will need to be parked in spaces designated for overnight parking. These include lots P-11 and all covered levels of the P-29 parking structureLots P-3 and P-5 may also be utilized for overnight parking once the move-in period has concluded. Overnight parking spaces are designated with green lines.

Moving carts will be available for check out. Picture ID will be required to check out a cart.

Key pick-up
You may pick up the key to your room inside Oak View Hall, at the Oak View Service Desk. Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 

Food service
Meal plans, including both meal swipes and declining dollars, will begin on August 27. The Vandenberg and Hillcrest Dining Halls will open at 4 p.m. on this day.

Immunization records 
Students who are new to Oakland University should provide an official copy of their full immunization record to the Graham Health Center. If you were born and raised in Michigan, you can create an account and access your full immunization record hereIf you are not a local resident, please contact your primary care provider for a copy of your immunization record.

Once you have obtained your immunization record, the record can 
can be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal by sending a secure message with an attachment

As mentioned above, in order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. COVID-19 vaccination records, or an approved vaccination exemption, should be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal utilizing these instructions in order to be eligible to move onto
campus.

 

Student Apartments

Your assigned move-in time
The fall 2022 move-in period will extend over four days, from Saturday, August 27 through Tuesday, August 30. Incoming residents may schedule a move-in appointment for a convenient date and time using the instructions provided below.

Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 


How to schedule a move-in appointment:

  • Please note that you will not be able to schedule a move-in appointment until July 18, 2022.
  • Log in to the My Housing portal using your Net ID and password.
  • In the Assignments section of the home page, under Fall 2022 Move-In, click on Select Time Block.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, select the time slot during which you would like to move in.
  • Click on Update My Time to complete the process.
  • If you would like to change your appointment time prior to your move-in, you may do so using the same instructions as they are listed above. When you select a new time, your old move-in appointment will automatically be cancelled.

We also have a video tutorial on how to schedule a move-in appointment available for your convenience.

Safety measures
Each resident may bring no more than two helpers to assist with the move-in process.
 

Move-In prerequisite requirements
1. Advance planning
Prior to moving onto campus,
 residents must identify the plan of action they will enact if they are required to quarantine or isolate as the result of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, or exposure to a known case of COVID-19. Identifying an intended quarantine or isolation location will be an essential part of creating an advance plan of action. Residents who are diagnosed with COVID-19 will be expected to leave campus to quarantine or isolate, and to convalesce at their permanent residence unless prohibited by highly specific circumstances. You will find instructions on how to complete your advance plan under Advance Planning on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageCompletion of the advance planning process is required in order to move onto campus.

2. COVID-19 Vaccination
In order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their scheduled fall move-in date.The verification of your vaccination status must be submitted to the Graham Health Center's secure patient portal by August 8, 2022. You will find instructions on how to submit your vaccination records under Vaccination on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageVaccination for COVID-19, or an approved vaccination exemption, is required in order to move onto campus.


Arriving and unloading
Those moving into the Student Apartments should enter through the University's East Oakland entrance off of East Walton Blvd. on their assigned move-in day. 

You will be able to park in all lots surrounding the complexes to unload and move-in. No cars will be permitted to park along the road during move-in. 

Cars that will be left overnight will need to be parked in spaces designated for overnight parking. Overnight parking spaces are designated with green lines.

Moving carts will be available for check out. Picture ID will be required to check out a cart.

Key pick-up
You may pick up the key to your room inside the 4000 building of the Ann V. Nicholson apartments. Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 

Food service
If you have purchased a voluntary meal plan, please note that all meal plans, including both meal swipes and declining dollars, will begin on August 27. The Vandenberg and Hillcrest Dining Halls will open at 4:30 p.m. on this day.

Immunization records 
Students who are new to Oakland University should provide an official copy of their full immunization record to the Graham Health Center. If you were born and raised in Michigan, you can create an account and access your full immunization record hereIf you are not a local resident, please contact your primary care provider for a copy of your immunization record.

Once you have obtained your immunization record, the record can 
can be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal by sending a secure message with an attachment

As mentioned above, in order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. COVID-19 vaccination records, or an approved vaccination exemption, should be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal utilizing these instructions in order to be eligible to move onto campus.

Vandenberg Hall

Your assigned move-in time
The fall 2022 move-in period will extend over four days, from Saturday, August 27 through Tuesday, August 30. Incoming residents may schedule a move-in appointment for a convenient date and time using the instructions provided below.

Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 


How to schedule a move-in appointment:

  • Log in to the My Housing portal using your Net ID and password.
  • Please note that you will not be able to schedule a move-in appointment until July 18, 2022.
  • In the Assignments section of the home page, under Fall 2022 Move-In, click on Select Time Block.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, select the time slot during which you would like to move in.
  • Click on Update My Time to complete the process.
  • If you would like to change your appointment time prior to your move-in, you may do so using the same instructions as they are listed above. When you select a new time, your old move-in appointment will automatically be cancelled.

We also have a video tutorial on how to schedule a move-in appointment available for your convenience.

Safety measures
Each resident may bring no more than two helpers to assist with the move-in process. 
 

Move-In prerequisite requirements
1. Advance planning
Prior to moving onto campus,
 residents must identify the plan of action they will enact if they are required to quarantine or isolate as the result of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, or exposure to a known case of COVID-19. Identifying an intended quarantine or isolation location will be an essential part of creating an advance plan of action. Residents who are diagnosed with COVID-19 will be expected to leave campus to quarantine or isolate, and to convalesce at their permanent residence unless prohibited by highly specific circumstances. You will find instructions on how to complete your advance plan under Advance Planning on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageCompletion of the advance planning process is required in order to move onto campus.

2. COVID-19 Vaccination
In order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their scheduled fall move-in date.The verification of your vaccination status must be submitted to the Graham Health Center's secure patient portal by August 8, 2022. You will find instructions on how to submit your vaccination records under Vaccination on our Keeping Residents Safe webpageVaccination for COVID-19, or an approved vaccination exemption, is required in order to move onto campus.


Arriving and unloading 
Those moving into Vandenberg Hall should enter through the University's West Oakland entrance off of East Walton Blvd. on their assigned move-in day. 

Please park in parking lot P-5 or P-3 to unload your belongings. Someone in your party will need to move your car immediately once it has been emptied of your possessions. No cars will be permitted to remain parked in these lots or to park along the road during the move-in period.

Once emptied, cars may be temporarily parked in nearby lots P-11 and the P-29 parking structure. Cars that will be left overnight will need to be parked in spaces designated for overnight parking. These include lots P-11 and all covered levels of the P-29 parking structureLots P-3 and P-5 may also be utilized for overnight parking once the move-in period has concluded. Overnight parking spaces are designated with green lines.

Moving carts will be available for check out. Picture ID will be required to check out a cart.

Key pick-up
You may pick up the key to your room inside Vandenberg Hall, at the Vandenberg Service Desk. The Service Desk is located on the second floor. Please note that all fall 2022 residents must pick up the key to their University Housing assignment by Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 

Food service
Meal plans, including both meal swipes and declining dollars, will begin on August 27. The Vandenberg and Hillcrest Dining Halls will open at 4:30 p.m. on this day. 

Immunization records 
Students who are new to Oakland University should provide an official copy of their full immunization record to the Graham Health Center. If you were born and raised in Michigan, you can create an account and access your full immunization record hereIf you are not a local resident, please contact your primary care provider for a copy of your immunization record.

Once you have obtained your immunization record, the record can 
can be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal by sending a secure message with an attachment

As mentioned above, in order to ensure the health and safety of every student resident, students living on campus in residence halls, apartments, and cottages must be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine prior to their scheduled fall move-in date. COVID-19 vaccination records, or an approved vaccination exemption, should be uploaded to the Graham Health Center patient portal utilizing these instructions in order to be eligible to move onto
campus.

 

What We Provide
OU will provide:

Hamlin Hall and Vandenberg Hall
  • Extra-long twin bed
  • Mattress
  • Dresser
  • Desk and chair
  • Carpeting
  • Shelves
  • Closet space
  • Lighting
  • Wastebasket
  • Window blinds
Oak View Hall
  • Extra-long twin bed (double occupancy suites) or full-sized bed (private bedroom suites)
  • Mattress
  • Dresser
  • Desk and chair
  • Carpeting
  • Shelves
  • Closet space
  • Microwave
  • 3.1 cubic foot refrigerator with freezer
  • Central air conditioning
  • Lighting
  • Wastebaskets
  • Window blinds
Hillcrest Hall
  • Extra-long twin bed
  • Mattress
  • Dresser
  • Desk and chair
  • Carpeting
  • Shelves
  • Closet space
  • Microwave
  • 3.1 cubic foot refrigerator with freezer
  • Central air conditioning
  • Lighting
  • Wastebaskets
  • Window blinds
Ann V. Nicholson Apartments
  • Full-sized bed
  • Mattress
  • Desk and chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet space
  • Stove
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Washer and dryer
  • Sofa
  • Coffee and end table
  • Entertainment unit
  • Lighting
  • Ceiling fan
  • Central air conditioning
  • Window blinds
George T. Matthews Apartments
  • Extra-long twin bed
  • Mattress
  • Desk and chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet space
  • Lighting
  • Stove
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Sofa
  • Coffee and end table
  • Entertainment unit
  • Central air conditioning
  • Window blinds
Room Sizes

The following room specifications will help in planning what you'd like to bring. 

Residence Hall

Room Dimensions

Common Space

Hamlin Hall

(Two bedroom, four-occupant suite)

11’ 2” x 12’ 4"

7' 5" x 6' 4"

Hamlin Hall

(Two bedroom, five-occupant suite)

15' 4" x 11' 2"

11' 2" x 12' 4"

5' 5" x 6' 4"

Hamlin Hall

(Three bedroom, five-occupant suite)

11' 2" x 16'

11' 2" x 12' 4" 

5' 7" x 11'

Hillcrest Hall

9' x 7' 9"8' x 24.5'

Oak View Hall
(Double occupancy bedroom)

13' 4" x 12' 1"

9' 8" x 3'

Oak View Hall
(Private bedroom suite)

9' 8" x 9' 8"

11' x 11'

Vandenberg Hall

11’ 2” x 12’ 3”

Not applicable

Van Wagoner House

10’ 10” x 11’ 2”

Not applicable

Lofts: all residence halls come furnished with loftable beds, with the exception of the private bedroom suites in Oak View Hall, which have full-sized beds. Other types of lofts are not to be built. Lofting materials are provided at move-in.

Student Apartments

Room Dimensions

Ann V. Nicholson Student Apartments

(Two-bedroom floor plan)

Living room size: 15' 5-1/2" x 12' 3-1/2"

Bedroom size: 10' 5-1/2" x 14' 1-1/2"

Kitchen size: 12' 9-1/2" x 7' 5"

Bathroom size: 9'-1/2" x 7' 13-1/32"

Ann V. Nicholson Student Apartments

(Four-bedroom floor plan)

Living room size: 17' 2-1/2" x 12'1"

Bedroom size: 14' 7-1/2" x 10' 3-1/2"

Kitchen size: 9' 7-1/2" x 7' 3"

Bathroom size: 6' 2" x 10' 3"

George T. Matthews Student Apartments

Kitchen size: 11’ x 8’

Living room size: 15’ 6” x 11’

Middle floor bedroom size: 13’ 6” x 11’

Top floor bedroom size: 10’ x 8’

Renter's Insurance

OU does not assume any liability for the loss, damage or theft of any personal property. To protect your property, you should purchase renter’s insurance or check your parent’s or legal guardian’s homeowners insurance to see if your personal property is covered. Renter’s insurance can be purchased through a variety of insurance agencies.

What to Bring

Oakland University provides much of the furniture as well as other housing items for students who live on campus. Below, please find a list of additional items you may wish to bring, as well as a list of items that are prohibited.

What to bring

  • Alarm clock
  • Backpack or book bag
  • Basic cleaning supplies
  • Bathrobe, shower shoes and a shower caddy
  • Bedspread, comforter, blankets, bedsheets
  • Bicycle and lock
  • Cell phone and charger
  • Coffee maker
  • Debit card
  • Fans
  • First aid kit
  • Flashlight with batteries
  • Frog Tape
  • Hair dryer, curling iron, shaver, etc.
  • Kitchen items (dishes, preferably plastic or other break-resistant items)
  • Laptop or tablet computer
  • Laundry basket and detergent
  • Message board and dry erase markers
  • Microwave (not to exceed 900 watts)
  • Pillows
  • Planner and/or calendar
  • Plastic organizer containers
  • Refrigerator (not to exceed four cubic feet)
  • Seasonal clothes
  • Soap, shampoo, deodorant and other personal hygiene products
  • Stereo
  • Surge strips or surge protectors (with internal breakers, preferred)
  • Towels, washcloths
  • TV
  • Umbrella and other rain gear
  • USB flash drive
What not to bring

  • Air conditioning unit
  • Alcoholic beverages (if under age 21)
  • Any device capable of broadcasting a wireless signal (including printers)
  • Candles, incense
  • Command strips or hooks
  • Deep fryers, air fryers
  • Electric skillets and grills (including George Foreman Grill)
  • Fireworks
  • Halogen lamps
  • Heater/heating units
  • Illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia
  • Mace
  • Nails (only frog tape is allowed for hanging objects on walls)
  • Pets (other than fish in a 10-gallon or less tank)
  • Pizza ovens
  • Sandwich makers
  • Toaster or toaster oven
  • Tobacco products (including vape products)
  • Weapons (or any item that may be constructed as a weapon)