The college supplies a standard twin or extra-long twin bed frame, mattress, power strip, desk, and chair for each resident. (see lofting rules for more information on what is in each room) Extra-long twin sheets will fit standard sized beds.
You really don't need to bring everything you own.
Don't over-pack; Mom and Dad can always ship "care packages" to you!
Consult with your roommate(s) ahead of time so you don't bring duplicate items (for example: TV, fridge, rugs, large furniture)
You can buy things in Sioux City - There is no need to panic if you forget something.
What should students remember to bring to Morningside?
- Here is a list of items current students found helpful.
Special items to consider for the 2020-2021 year
- Two or more washable masks
- Sanitizing wipes
- Hand sanitizer
- Medications for illness (fever reducer, cough drops, etc.)
- Insurance cards (a copy or photo)
- Your clinic's emergency phone number
Indoor Recreation Equipment
Outdoor Recreation Equipment
Items for your Car
Handy Food Items
Items for Cooking in the Kitchen
(Some items provided in the common kitchens)
Bedding: What to Bring
These residence hall rooms have the new style lofted beds that are extra long (36”x 80”): Roadman Hall rooms 30-41, 130-142, 230-246, and 330-349, Dimmitt Hall, Poppen Hall, Waitt Hall, Lags Hall, or Garretson Houses. Although not all rooms have extra-long beds, most upper-class housing options do. If you only want to purchase sheets once in your college career it is recommended that you purchase extra-long sheets. They will fit on standard beds.
All traditional residence halls provide:
Items to discuss with your roommate
- Small fridge (6.0 cubic feet or less)
- Additional furniture
- Lofts (if not provided in room)
Can be brought for use in student's rooms, no larger than 6.0 cubic ft. A main refrigerator is provided in the kitchen area of each residence building.
Students are encouraged to have renter's insurance policies to cover the replacement value of possessions. Morningside College does not carry insurance to cover residents’ belongings, such as clothing, notebook computers, computers, TVs, and other valuable personal possessions. In the event of loss or theft, a student will be responsible for the replacement costs. In some cases, your parent's home owner's insurance may cover your personal items, contact your insurance company for confirmation prior to move in.
There are NO areas for storage of personal items, furniture, boxes, or bicycles during the school year or the summer months. There are storage units available for rent in Sioux City. Check local listings once you get to campus.
Do NOT bring: