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What to Bring
Before packing for your eight month adventure to University, take a good look around the house to ponder what things you'll need during your stay in Residence. Your Residence room will be your home away from home so you will want to surround yourself with things that make you feel comfy and cozy. Here are some suggestions:
- Double XL or Queen Size Bed Linens (the bed in your room is Double XL)
- Blanket (your favourite one for warmth and comfort)
- Pillows (nothing substitutes your favourite from home)
- Bathrobe (covers more than a towel)
- Flip Flops and/or Slippers (keep your feet lint-free while walking to/from the common room)
- Hair Dryer (weren't you ever told not to go outside with wet hair?)
- Towels (waiting to air dry can make you late for class)
- Laundry Bag/Basket (to avoid the pile-in-the-corner method)
- Laundry Soap/Fabric Softener (clean is good)
- Boots (warm, winter and waterproof is best)
- Formal Attire (there will be a Formal Dinner Event in the Winter Term)
- Hangers (helps cut down on ironing)
- Sewing Kit (a loose button is nobody's friend)
- Warm Winter Clothes (mitts, toques and long johns - it does get cold some days)
For Your Room
- Alarm Clock (professors don't appreciate tardiness)
- Computer (all of our rooms are hooked directly to the Internet)
- Headphones (your neighbours may not like your type of music)
- Mug/Glass/Plate/Eating Utensils (for between meal snacks)
- Surge Protector/Power Bar (our rooms have limited outlets)
- Television and/or DVD Player or Gaming System (your room has cable access)
For Your School Work
- Binders (helps to keep your class notes organized)
- Calculator (who uses the pen and paper method anymore?)
- Paper (good for taking notes in class)
- Pens/Pencils (you can't bring your computer everywhere)
- Scissors (somebody is always needing scissors)
- Stapler (professors don't like paper clips)
- Camera (to take pictures of all those priceless moments)
- Games (there's always someone wanting to play Monopoly)
- Health Card and Health Insurance Information
- Pictures (while it's good to meet new friends, it's also good not to forget old ones)
- Sports Equipment (skates, skiis, frisbee discs, ball glove, racquets, etc.)
- University Documents (keep all receipts and forms handy)
- Note to All Students: Ensure that all electrical cords and equipment are CSA (Canadadian Standards Association) approved. Frayed cords or defective appliances and equipment are not permitted in Residence.
What NOT to Bring
These are rarely needed in fall and winter.
Candles are not allowed in residence. This is for your protection. Fires can and do happen, even while taking the most care.
Ceiling Fans/Dish Washers
Residence does not allow such modification to any residence facility.
They will not work with the internet and phone systems
Small cooking appliances are only permitted in Apartment and Townhouse kitchens.
For safety reasons, space heaters are not allowed in any residence.
Due to the intense heat emitted, it is not worth the risk.
For the well being of all Residence students, hot tubs are not permitted to be used on Residence property.
Lakehead University Residence has a zero-tolerance on possession and use of illegal drugs in Residence.
Only shelf stereos are appropriate for Residence. All others should be left at home. Loud base is not permitted.
Students in the Residence Halls have access to a microwave in their House common room. All townhouses and apartments already have microwave ovens.
If it can't be hung up with white sticky tack then leave it at home.
All Pets Except Fish
We do realize that it can be lonely, but you should be prepared to leave Rover at home, unless Rover is a fish. Snakes, amphibians and reptiles are not permitted. All fish must fit into an appropriate container that is thirty (30) litres in volume or less.
Phone and Cordless Phones
Only the phone assigned to your room will work.
Cable access is already provided for you.
These are not really appropriate for a residence community.
These are already provided for each residence house.
Firearms and any other weapon(s) or item(s) that are created/intended to cause harm, or could be seen as intimidating, are strictly prohibited.