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What to Bring to Liberty

It’s Time to Start Packing to Come to Liberty! 

Check our lists below to see what to bring with you when you move in on campus! Make sure to plan accordingly with your roommate(s) to avoid bringing duplicate items.

Things to Bring with You

Supplied by the University

Allowed Items

Not Permitted – Do Not Bring

Suggested Items for the Commons, Quads, & East Campus

Window & Wall Décor

You may hang decorations on the walls in your room such as pictures, posters, or tapestries, so long as they do not exceed more than 50% coverage of the total wall area, according to the On-Campus Living Guide. To avoid charges for repair, please do not use nails, screws, or adhesives that could cause damage to the walls. We have found that command strips, when used and removed carefully, can meet most needs for hanging wall decorations in the residence halls without causing damage.

If you would like to hang curtains in your room, use these window dimensions to help determine what curtain and rod lengths to purchase:

Residential Commons
The Hill
East Campus
The Quads
South Tower
The Circle

Window Dimensions in rooms on the Circle:

  • 45 inches wide
  • 58.5 inches tall
  • 83 inches from top of window to floor

Window Dimensions in rooms on East Campus:

  • 36 inches wide
  • 61 inches tall
  • 81 inches from top of window to floor

Window Dimensions in rooms on the Hill:

  • 45 inches wide
  • 58.5 inches tall
  • 83 inches from top of window to floor

Window Dimensions in rooms on the Quads:

  • 47 inches wide
  • 59 inches tall
  • 81 inches from top of window to floor

Window Dimensions in rooms on the Residential Commons:

  • 35.5 inches wide
  • 71 inches tall
  • 105 inches from top of window to floor

Window Dimensions in rooms on the South Tower:

  • 49 inches wide
  • 49 inches tall
  • 95 inches from top of window to floor

For a full list of dress code regulations and other policies for on-campus living, please consult the Liberty Way and the On-Campus Living Guide.

Institutional Liability

The University will not be responsible for damage to or loss of personal belongings which are a result of fire, wind, water, insects, rodents, vandalism or theft. However, when damage or loss is reported, the university will take reasonable steps to attempt to resolve the problem. Students are encouraged to make sure personal belongings are covered by their parent’s homeowner’s policy or a renter’s insurance policy.