There are numerous suite styles in the Mullins Complex, but pictures of a typical suite can be found here. As you plan your move to campus, you may find the following guidelines helpful.
Your room will have:
Twin XL bed for each resident
Desk(s) and desk chair(s)
Dresser/drawer space for each resident
Your suite will have:
1-2 private restrooms**
Small common areas (lounge/TV area, dining area, and/or kitchen sink/shelves area)**
Your building will have:
Lounges/common gathering areas
Free laundry facilities
You will need to bring:
Twin XL sheets
You may bring:
Dorm refrigerator (no larger than 4 cubic feet) [Suggested 1 per room]
Small microwave (no larger than 2 cubic feet) [Only 1 per suite allowed]
Small coffee maker
Extension cords may only be used with surge protection
Removable adhesive strips (student will be responsible for any damages to walls caused by adhesive strips)
One flat-screen television with stand per suite (mounting television on wall is not allowed)
One small bookshelf is allowed but not recommended. [only 1 per room allowed] (Because of limited space, we recommend purchasing after you have arranged your room.)
You may NOT bring:
Candles or incense
Pets (including fish and small caged pets)
Nails or wall hanging hooks (no holes allowed in walls)
Furniture (other than what is provided)
Your meal plan, electricity, water, internet, and cable television are all included in the room and board charges for the semester. Lounges, free laundry facilities, community kitchens and 24-hour security are all provided for all of our dorm residents as well.
**Floor plans differ from one suite to the next, pictures of a typical suite can be viewed here.
Some select units do not have a lounge area, but lounge space and kitchenette amenities are provided on the floor for resident use.