We recommend that you contact your roommate before purchasing larger shared items for your residence hall room.
What you should bring…
Residence Hall Linens: Asbury University has extra long mattresses, so you’ll want to buy “Twin XL” sheets. These can be found at most chain stores – Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc. Also, we have partnered with Dormify. They offer a variety of linen sizes, dorm storage solutions, and everything else you’ll need (and want) for your new room.
“Egg Carton” foam pad for bed
Iron (ironing boards are available in the residence halls)
Laundry basket, high efficiency laundry detergent
Alarm clock, etc.
Power strip/surge protector
Sticky Tack or Command Strips for hanging things on the wall – no nails
You may want to bring…
Smart TV (internet connections are available; no cable TV service is provided)
Lamp (No halogen lamps)
Personal-sized cube refrigerator – one per room permitted – approximately 4.0 cubic feet, no more than 2.0 amps. There may be slight differences in the cubic feet, but the limit on amps is 2.0.
Toaster, Toaster Over, Microwave Oven, etc. State health and fire regulations prohibit cooking in individual rooms. Appliances with a heating element, including irons, popcorn poppers and coffee makers, are permitted only in designated areas.
Wireless routers are not necessary. Wireless internet is provided, and there are internet ports in the walls.
Halogen lamps are not permitted in the residence hall rooms. Regular desk lamps are fine.
Extension cords are not permitted in Glide-Crawford; power strips only.
Personal Loft or materials to build one. All of our beds are loftable.