As a four-year residential college, St. Norbert strives to provide students with a variety of options for quality living on campus.

What to Bring

Essential Items Consider Bringing Do Not Bring
  • Alarm clock 
  • Toiletries/personal care items 
  • Shower shoes/flip flops
  • Towels and washcloths 
  • Hangers 
  • Bed linen, size twin extra long 
  • Pillow(s), blanket(s) 
  • Mattress pad 
  • Laundry basket/bag 
  • Laundry detergent/fabric softener 
  • Identification 
  • Important medical information 
  • Backpack or book bag 
  • Calendar or planner 
  • First aid kit 
  • Heavy gauge surge protected power strip
  • Winter coat 
  • Refrigerator (under four cubic feet, one per room) 
  • Iron and ironing board 
  • Sewing kit 
  • Fan 
  • Cleaning supplies 
  • Desk organizer 
  • Lamp/desk lamp (No halogen lamps or bulbs)
  • Television (smaller sized)       
  • DVD/Blu Ray player 
  • Microwave (no higher than 700 watts, 1 per room) 
  • Egg crate mattress pad 
  • 3M removable tape products 
  • Dry erase board 
  • Storage totes
  • Candles 
  • Incense 
  • Hot plates 
  • Toasters 
  • Sun/halogen lamps 
  • Skillets 
  • Gas appliances 
  • Grills (including George Foreman grills)
  • Air conditioners 
  • Pizza ovens 
  • Aquariums larger than 20 gal. 
  • Weapons of any sort 
  • Any open flame devices 
  • Flammable liquids 
  • Fireworks
  • Anything that might scratch floors (metal surfaces/bottoms) 


Your Residence Hall Room

In your room, Residential Education and Housing provides; a bed, mattress, desk, dresser, desk chair, phone, internet access and cable TV access.

The following are some suggestions on how to make your residence hall room feel more like home:

Sheets
All beds are extra-long twin.  If you plan on purchasing jersey (type of fabric) sheets, you do not need to get extra-long.

Cable
Each residence hall is equipped with digital/HD cable TV service. The cost of the this service is included in the semester housing charges. Information technology services provides the service. Students need to provide their own TV. For more information please visit the Information Technology Services (ITS) website or contact them directly at 920-403-4040.

Computer Access
Wireless access is available in all campus residence halls for laptops. Wired networking is also available in all residence halls and rooms and requires a CAT5 or CAT6 Ethernet/network cable to connect to the network jack. In general, a cable of 15 to 30 feet is recommended for a student room. To get internet access, students must register their computers on the network, which is done once the computer is brought to campus (opening any web browser prompts registration so have login ID and password on hand). Specific requirements vary by operating system. For details, see Information Technology Services’ bringing a computer to campus instructions.