College provides basic room furniture. No alterations are to be made to this
furniture, and no structures are to be built on which furniture pieces will be
placed. You may loft your furniture by means of the headboard/footboard pieces
and bunking pins provided by the College, but may not build or use any sort of
platform or item with the intention of using it for this purpose. At this time,
beds in Raney Hall may not be bunked or lofted. Beds may not be triple
bunked. Mattresses must be on a bed
frame – never resting directly on the floor.
College-owned furnishings meet our safety standards, and storage space is
non-existent, residents may not remove furniture from rooms/apartments or put
it in the hallway. Furniture items that are damaged and/or missing from rooms
at the end of the year will be charged to all occupants of the room at the
replacement rate. Additional furniture brought into the room must be
freestanding and clear of all existing fixtures, heaters/ air conditioners,
windows, window screens, and mechanical equipment.
doors must be left attached.
may not paint any part of their room, apartment, furniture or equipment.
Contact paper is also prohibited as it is difficult to remove and will cause
damage. Residents may not add any
flooring that will attach to the provided floor covering.
non-marring adhesives may be used to hang posters, pictures and other
decorations. “Gum” poster adhesives work well in most cases as to most 3M
products. Stickers and decals may not be applied to windows, furniture, walls
or doors. Dartboards are prohibited. No decorations of any kind should be
placed on or hung from the ceiling. Also, no decorations of any kind may be
placed across hallways or walk spaces. Residents may not use any object in such
a manner which creates a hole, no matter the size, in any wall, ceiling or
piece of furniture provided.
decorations should reflect College standards and values and comply with College