college packing checklist!

Hot air popper (for popcorn!) Juicer. Plastic dish bin. (for washing dishes). Silverware. Sponge/dish wand sponge. Documents. Actual Social Security Card or.
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college packing checklist! You know you best, though — pick and choose what you’ll need, and write in anything that’s not in the list.

The very-bare essentials Backpack/book bag Computer paper Bonus: Printing is free on campus, just bring your own paper! Clothes (don’t forget socks and underwear)

Food School supplies

Bathroom and “getting ready for the day” supplies Bathrobe Deodorant Face wash Floss Hairbrush/comb Hair products

(gel, mousse, hairspray, etc.)

Hair dryer/curling iron/ straightener Lotion Razor Shampoo/conditioner Shaving cream Shower caddy Shower sandals Soap/body wash Sunscreen Toothbrush Toothpaste Towels Washcloths/loofah

Bedding Pillows Pillowcases Twin XL sheet set (and an extra set), 36” x 80” Your favorite comforter, quilt or bedspread

Cuisine Bonus: Each residence hall includes a full kitchen for students to use! Blender Dish soap Dishes (a few bowls and plates) Hand mixer Hot air popper (for popcorn!) Juicer Plastic dish bin (for washing dishes)

Medical Air cleaner Antiseptic cream Allergy medicine Bandages First aid kit Hand sanitizer Multivitamins/supplements Over-the-counter medication Prescription medicine Vaporizer

Silverware Sponge/dish wand sponge

Documents Actual Social Security Card or Passport (need if hired for job) Blugold ID card Checks Credit/debit card Driver’s license Emergency contact list Financial aid documents Health/dental insurance cards

Laundry

Bonus: Laundry is free in residence halls! Clothes hangers Clothes iron Tip: service in place of an ironing board. Dryer sheets Laundry bag/hamper HE Laundry detergent Sewing kit Stain remover

Ready for anything Cleaning supplies Command strips Duct tape Fan Flashlight Hanging storage organizer Padlock (to lock your dresser drawer)

Paper towel Rain boots Suitcase Tool kit Umbrella Winter hat, gloves, and boots

Tech Alarm clock Chargers (phone, laptop) Earbuds/headphones Extension cord External hard drive Flash drive Laptop + accessories Power strip

Things not on the list that I need ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________

Things to connect with your future roommate on The upside of small-space living with a roommate is sharing major appliances. Talk bringing what to share! Carpeting — area rug, carpet squares or remnant carpet

(12’ x 15’ is recommended)

Furniture (the usual go-to is a futon) 76” long with arms or under loft Microwave (900 watt or less is recommended)

DVD player TV (Quamm tuner if needed for

non-HD compatible units)

Telephone, Add’l cost. (if you want an old-school landline in your room!)

Mini-fridge (any dorm size.) Bonus: You can rent a micro-fridge unit and support your hall council at bedloft.com

Here’s whatevery dorm has two of for you and your roommate Bulletin boards Chairs Desks with study lights Dressers Mattresses and bed frame s Mattress pads (upon request

in some halls)

Mirrors Wastebaskets

Leave these behind and not allowed in dorms. General rule of thumb: Any item with an open heating element and most appliances used for cooking purposes (except microwaves) make this list. Air conditioner (including portable) Candles Deep fryer Electric blanket Electric ca