For Residence Halls & University Apartments
The apartments and residence halls are equipped with movable and loftable furniture, which allows residents the flexibility to arrange furniture creatively within their rooms. When rearranging furniture, students should not block access to windows, air vents, air conditioning or heating units.
Residents may not remove furniture from their room/apartment. Residents may not take lounge or common space furniture into their own rooms or apartments. Furniture provided by the university cannot be moved outdoors or left on patios or in the hallways or breezeways. Residents will be held liable for any damages to the furniture. Residents should notify the office of any damage or need to repair university property. Normal wear and tear will not be billed, but substantial damage to departmental furniture may be billed to the residents. Group billings may occur if damage to common area furniture is found.