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Furniture and Amenities

  1. What do I need to bring if I am assigned to the Halls?

  2. What do I need to bring if I am assigned to the Suites?

  3. What do I need to bring if I am assigned to the Center for Regenerative Studies (CRS)?

  4. Can I bunk or loft my bed?

  5. What size sheets will I need?

  6. May I bring my own bed and furniture?

  7. How big are the rooms?

  8. May I bring in a refrigerator?

  9. May I bring in a microwave?

What do I need to bring if I am assigned to the Halls?
Once you have been assigned to a space, the Housing Office will send you an email confirmation. This will include information about checking-in and recommendations of items to bring.

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What do I need to bring if I am assigned to the Suites?
Once you have been assigned to a space, the Housing Office will send you an email confirmation. This will include information about checking-in and recommendations of items to bring.

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What do I need to bring if I am assigned to the Center for Regenerative Studies (CRS)?
Once you have been assigned to a space, the Housing Office will send you an email confirmation. This will include information about checking-in and recommendations of items to bring. 

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Can I bunk or loft my bed?
Bunking or lofting of beds is permissible, with roommate consent. Bunking involves stacking one bed frame on top of another to create two bed spaces, one bed on top of the other. Lofting is taking one bed frame and lifting it to provide an open space underneath – ample enough to place a desk or two. Instructions are provided on the Housing website and tools are provided at the front desk of each building starting the first Monday of the quarter. Once the beds are lofted or bunked, they will be inspected for safety.

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What size sheets will I need?
The beds in the Residence Halls, Suites and Center for Regenerative Studies are all twin, extra long. All assigned residents will receive information about special move-in packages, including a linen ordering service and other special offers from companies such as Bed, Bath and Beyond. Be sure to check your email and the Housing website for special move-in offers.

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May I bring my own bed and furniture?
Each room is furnished with a bed and desk for each resident. Students may not remove the furniture that is provided (State property) and limited space would prohibit bringing in additional furniture.

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How big are the rooms?
Descriptions and illustrations of room layout and dimensions are found on the Housing website.

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May I bring in a refrigerator?
Personally owned refrigerators up to a maximum of 3.7 cubic feet are allowed only in the Residence Halls or Center for Regenerative Studies. Refrigerators are not allowed in the Residential Suites without the express permission of University Housing Services.

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May I bring in a microwave?
Microwaves are provided in the kitchen area of the Residential Suites. Residents may bring a small microwave or bring a microwave and refrigerator combination. Since space is limited, residents in the halls should consult with their roommates to see if they are also planning on bringing a refrigerator. A waterproof mat must be placed underneath a refrigerator to protect the floor/carpet.

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Cal Poly Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768

(909) 869-3307
housing@csupomona.edu