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2022-2023 Move-In Packing List

2022-2023 Move-In Packing List

Coyote Village is a traditional residence hall with community bathrooms, lounges, and a shared kitchen in Running Springs.  Arrowhead Village and University Village are apartment communities with individual bedrooms, bathrooms may be shared depending on occupancy of unit, kitchen and living area spaces are shared in all units.  Click for information about Using Technology When Living On Campus.

What to Bring:

  • Clothing
  • School Supplies
  • Bedding (CV & AV = extra-long twin beds, UV = full-sized beds)
    • Pillows
    • 2 Sets of Sheets
    • Blanket/Comforter
    • Mattress Pad/Topper
    • Mattress Protector
  • Storage/Organization
    • Storage Bin/Trunk
    • Hangers
  • Bathroom
    • Towel Set
    • Toiletries/personal hygiene items
    • Shower Shoes/Flip Flops
    • Hand and body soap
    • Toilet paper (AV & UV)
    • Toilet bowl cleaner (AV & UV)
    • Wastebasket (AV & UV)
    • Plunger (AV & UV)
  • Desk Organization and Electronics
    • Desk Lamp (battery operated encouraged)
    • Surge protector (must be UL approved)

 

  • Laundry and Cleaning
    • Laundry Basket/Pop-up Hamper
    • Laundry Detergent/Pods and Drying Sheets
    • Broom/Dustpan
    • Cleaning cloths
    • All-purpose cleaning solution; disinfecting wipes/sprays
      • Please see CDC guidelines for cleaning and recommended household disinfectants
    • Paper Towels
    • Vacuum cleaner
  • Kitchen/Cooking (Coyote Village residents must purchase a Yotie Eats meal plan)
    • Pots/Pans
    • Cooking Utensils
    • Set of Plates, Cups, Bowls, and Utensils
    • Small 700-watt Microwave (CV & AV) [one per room/apartment]
    • Mini-fridges, maximum of 3.7 cubic feet - a pad must be placed between the mini-fridge and the surface it sits on (CV) [one per room]
    • Can opener
    • Dish soap
    • Sponges/rags
    • Trash Can and Trash Bags

 

  • Preparedness Items
    • Mask/Face covering (multiple)
    • Hand Sanitizer
    • Antibacterial soap
    • Tissues
    • Flashlight
    • Extra Batteries
    • Tool Kit
    • Small First-Aid Kit
    • Thermometer

What Not to Bring:

These items are prohibited and could warrant a student conduct meeting if found in resident rooms or apartments.

  • Extra furniture (i.e. futon, sofa)
  • Halogen lamps
  • Hot plate / anything with an open heating element
  • Air conditioner, including portable units
  • Space heater
  • High wattage appliances
  • Wireless routers / printers
  • Extension cords 
  • Weapons and firearms
  • Candles
  • Incense
  • Glass pipes/paraphernalia
  • Other potential fire hazards / flammable items
  • Animals/pets are not allowed

Emergency Preparedness and Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS):

  • Recommended Items: 
    • Prepare an emergency supply kit
      • Stock supplies for a week
      • Non-perishable food that doesn’t need heating
    • Water
    • Flashlight
    • Solar lantern and/or battery operated lights
    • First aid supplies
    • Cash
    • Back up charging battery for phone
    • Stock of batteries for items you rely on
    • Food thermometer for checking refrigerated food
    • Can opener
    • Cooler and bag(s) of ice
    • Surge protector
    • Plastic bin with lid to store/transport perishable food items
    • Face coverings and hand sanitizer