Communications and Marketing

What to Bring

What to Bring

Desk Items:

Files to hold all of your important receipts, class notes, tests, papers, etc.; dictionary; thesaurus; pens; pencils; stamps; stationery; envelopes; tape; paper clips; stapler; hole punch; poster putty; tacks; scissors; rubber bands; calendar

Personal Items:

Shower basket, soap and case, shampoo, conditioner, shaving kit, shower shoes, bathrobe, toiletries, aspirin, Band-Aids, personal medications

Laundry Items:

Hangers, laundry basket/bag, laundry soap, fabric softener, bleach, iron/steamer, drying rack


Blankets, bedspread, pillowcases, sheets (Wallace and Tower beds are twin size and McConnell and LLC beds are extra-long twin, although many students find that regular twin sheets still fit), mattress pad, bath towels, washcloths


Alarm clock, telephone (cordless telephones must be 900 Megahertz), answering machine, microwave, computer, television, blow dryer, curling iron, radio/tape/CD player, stereo headset, surge protector, Ethernet adapter, RJ 45 cable

(Electronic devices operating in the 2.4GHz range cannot be used within the halls.)


Posters/pictures, basic first aid kit, 6' x 8' carpet or throw rugs, cards/dice/board games, flashlight and batteries, silverware, mug/bowl/plate, can/bottle opener, water bottle, water filter, fan, cleaning supplies and rags, camera and film, houseplants, sports equipment, bike and lock, umbrella, key ring

(Sorry, no pets except for fish are allowed in the halls.)

What Not to Bring