faqs about the residence halls
When can I check into my room?
New students should click here for move-in dates. Athletes and student leaders arrive earlier than new students and returning students. Athletes should check with the Athletic Department for exact dates and times, while student leaders are encouraged to check with their supervisors.
Can I bring my own furniture?
You may bring small furniture – bookshelf, lamp, television cart, computer desk. However, due to health risks and fire hazards, no upholstered furniture is allowed. Also, all dorm furniture provided must remain in the room at all times.
What size of bed sheets are needed?
You will need to bring extra-long twin sheets. These can be found at most department stores as well as specialty bed and linen retail stores. Some department stores typically advertise these during the summer months.
Can I loft my bed?
Lofting beds is not permitted. However, most beds in Wright Hall are lofted and Roush beds can be bunked and lofted.
Can I stay in my room over holiday breaks?
Residence halls will be closed during holiday breaks. Please click here for important dates and times of closings.
Can I burn candles?
No. Due to local and state fire regulations, candles, incense or heated oils may not be used. No halogen lamps or bulbs may be used either.
Can I bring my pet hamster?
Fish are permitted as pets, but nothing that has the ability to slither, sneak or run away (hamster, sheep, snake, newt, gerbil, cat, dog, mule, monkey, etc.) may be brought into the halls.
Does my room have a computer?
Residence hall rooms are not equipped with computers. In common areas of each residence hall, there are several computers and a printer available for student use. Most students bring their own computers to campus.
Will I have wireless internet?
Yes!! Each student will have a unique username and passcode giving them access to wireless networking capabilities for free!