Assisi Heights Apartments - What to bring and not bring
The Assisi Heights Apartments are multi-level 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartment units available to Senior students, Graduate Students, and if space permits, are available to students over age 20 who have attained at least Junior status. Each apartment is gender specific, but buildings may house students of both genders. Utilities are included with the exception of telephone. Students may sign an individual contract with a local vendor to obtain phone service. Charges must be billed directly to the student.
The University is not liable for damage or theft of personal property. Residents of the Assisi Heights Apartments are encouraged to obtain renter’s insurance.
Below is a list to assist you in preparing to live in Assisi Heights. We suggest that you contact your roommates to avoid duplication.
Provided: stove, refrigerator, table, chairs, trash can
What you may want to bring: Dishes, pots and pans, silverware, utensils, glasses,
cleaning supplies, mop, broom, dishwashing liquid, floor cleaner, surface cleaner, oven cleaner, dish cloths and towels, trash bags, and small appliances such as a microwave, toaster and coffeemaker.
Provided: plunger, bowl brush, shower curtain
What you may want to bring: Towels, washcloths, shower supplies, personal hygiene supplies, cleaning supplies such as toilet bowl cleaner, bathroom cleaner and glass cleaner, small trash can, first aid supplies, over the counter medications, and other personal needs such as a hair dryer, curling iron, etc.
Provided: Desk with chair, bed, extra-long mattress
What you may want to bring: Sheets for an extra-long twin bed, pillow and pillow case, comforter, blankets, desk lamp, summer and winter clothes, dress and casual clothes, comfortable walking shoes, robe, slippers, umbrella and raincoat, alarm clock, clothes hangers, waste basket. Some students may want to bring a small dresser.
Provided: Love seat, chair
What you may want to bring: End tables, television and stand (cable provided)
Provided:Window treatments, snow shovel (you are responsible for shoveling your own sidewalk)
What you may want to bring: Fans (units are not air conditioned), area rugs, vacuum cleaner, patio furniture, grill, decorations for the apartment that can be put on the walls with sticky-tac or command adhesives (no nails may be used!), lamps, stereo, crock-pot, extension cords, surge protectors, iron and ironing board, change for the coin operated laundry (located in the Community Building), laundry soap, laundry bag or clothes basket, and a container for sidewalk salt.
Do not bring
Window or free standing air conditioners, washers and dryers, candles or incense, chest or upright freezers.
All electrical appliances must be UL approved - Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.(c), is a trusted source for consumers to ensure their products' compliance with public safety standards. The UL Mark on a product means that UL has tested and evaluated representative samples of that product and determined that they meet UL's requirements. You can find these marks prominently displayed on the packaging of the items that meet the UL’s requirements. For more information on the UL Mark on suggested products, please visit their website at www.ul.com.