Find a Place to Park Our Residence Hall Association is updating this map to help you find a parking spot! GREEN=GO, YELLOW=LIMITED, RED=NO Find a parking spot Move-in Day Routes Check out these videos that show you how to get from the Parking Lot (where you get your room keys ) to the front of your Residence Hall. AFM Hall CKTO Hall Fleming Hovlid Hall HKMC Hall JTC Hall Red Cedar Hall South Hall Wigen Hall Guidelines for Room Arrangements Furnishings that should stay in your room Beds, mattresses and lofts Dressers and wardrobes (if present) Desks and bookcases Things that can't be moved within your room Mirror and bulletin boards Closet walls & doors Electrical fixtures, outlets, and smoke detectors Desks, and bookshelves (except in AFM, HKMC, and Red Cedar) Safety guidelines to keep in mind Keep a 30in x 72in path cleared from the door to the window Keep your room partition free - don't divide your space with curtains or other dividers Keep at least 25in between your mattress and the ceiling Items that are not allowed for safety reasons Combustible decorations such as wall hangings, flags, crepe paper, etc... Combustible vegetation other than houseplants Overloaded extension cords. Appliances with exposed heating elements such as toasters or pizza ovens. Decorations with open flames such as candles or incense, even if unlit. Any fireworks, gun powder, other explosive materials, or other flammable materials. Do not alter any electrical outlets, light switches, dimmer switches or add wiring. When lofting your bed Your loft can be raised or lowered to 12 different heights. You and your roommate can also set up your beds as bunks if you prefer. Rubber mallets can be checked out at your hall’s front desk to help with loft adjustments. Use only your loft to raise your bed - not dressers, bookcases, or desks. How to connect a TV Ensure that the TV you brought is equipped with a QAM tuner. This can be found by searching the manufacturer’s website using your TV model and the word “QAM”. Note: QAM is not the same as the over the air digital tuner add-on boxes. Connect your TV using a regular RG6 coaxial cable with a screw-on barrel connector. Conduct a FULL channel scan (or Auto Program) to “detect” the available channels through your TV’s digital tuner.