All residence hall and apartment rooms include the following furnishings for each student:
- Closet or Wardrobe
- Desk and Chair
- Single bed – 80″ mattresses (XL Twin)
- Residence hall furnishings will not be removed from the rooms.
- Due to safety considerations, the University policy does not permit residents to construct their bed lofts or bunks for use in the residence hall rooms.
- In the interest of safety and fire regulations, students are not permitted to have furniture that is fully upholstered or overstuffed such as couches, loveseats, or chairs.
- Students must remove all personal furnishings at the end of the academic year. Any personal furniture left in the room will be discarded, and a charge will be made to the student’s account for the removal of the items.
- Window screens are not to be removed; passageways are not to be obstructed; and improper use or removal of furniture or fixtures is not permitted. The placing of unneeded or unwanted furniture in hallways or on balconies is a fire hazard and not permitted.
Bed Style Information
On move in day all beds will be in a raised position. This is the most popular option and is requested by most students. There is space to store drawers, containers or a 3.5 cubic feet refrigerator. Ten days after classes have began in the semester a work order request can be submitted for the bed to be lowered or lofted. Students may not bring personal lofts.
RAISED BED: The raised bed sits approximately 30” off of the floor.
LOWERED BED: The lofted bed sits approximately 15” off of the floor.
LOFT BED: The lofted bed sits approximately 60” off of the floor.