Move In Day Resources

Cupola atop a building on the Molloy University campus


Fall move-in will take place on Monday, September 2, 2024 by appointment. 
Appointment times will be sent out in August to all residents.

Please use the below resources to prepare for your upcoming stay on campus. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. 

Microfridge Ordering Information
One refrigerator and one microwave is permitted per room. You are permitted to bring your own unit as long as the refrigerator is no larger than 3.1 cu ft and the microwave is no larger than 0.7 cu ft and 700 watts. You can also rent a microfridge unit at ***Please note ONLY ONE refrigerator and ONE microwave is permitted per room so please communicate with your roommate(s).

Residence Life Packing List This handy list will provide you with suggested items to pack along with what you are not allowed to bring onto campus.

NSSI Student Property Insurance This provides students with the opportunity to purchase insurance for their items if needed.

Mailing Address

Students will be e-mailed when they receive a package. All other mail will be delivered to the resident's rooms by the RA on duty every evening (Monday-Friday)

Student mail should be addressed exactly as shown below:

Name of Student
Residence Hall and Room Number 
Molloy University
1000 Hempstead Avenue
Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002

What Do I Need?

What to bring?! When deciding what to bring to campus, please keep in mind that space is limited and many items can be shared by a roommate(s) and/or suitemates.  

Please be sure to contact your roommate(s)/suitemates before coming to campus to decide who will bring items like televisions, rugs, irons, ironing boards, etc.

  • Things to Bring

    • Extra-long twin sheets
    • Pillows and pillowcases
    • Comforter/blanket
    • Hangers
    • Shoe rack
    • Stackable crates (no cement blocks/bricks)
    • Towels/washcloths
    • Toiletries
    • Shower caddy
    • Shower shoes/flip flops
    • Laundry bag
    • Laundry soap/dryer sheets
    • Iron w/ automatic shut off
    • Small ironing board
    • Alarm clock
    • Desk lamp/reading light/floor lamp (non-halogen)
    • Laptop/personal computer
    • Mobile phone
    • Flashlight
    • Television (only 1 cable connection per room)
    • Radio/stereo/iPod dock
    • Area rug
    • Small whiteboard w/ markers for door
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Clorox wipes

  • Things NOT to Bring

    • Alcohol/drugs
    • DJ equipment/excessively large speakers
    • Appliances: Hot plates, toasters/toaster ovens, microwaves*, coffee pots, popcorn poppers, hot pots, rice cookers, George Foreman grills, etc.
    • Candles, oil lamps, incense
    • Room decorations that pertain to alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, or material that is sexually explicit or degrading
    • Curtains, tapestries, or cloth banners
    • Halogen lamps of any kind
    • Pets of any kind (including fish)
    • Weights heavier than 15 lbs.
    • Electric blankets
    • Plug-in air fresheners
    • Excessively large storage bins
    • Non-college furniture/mattress
    • Non-college locks on doors
    • Any weapon or dangerous instrument (inc. paintball markers)
    • Fireworks or large quantities of flammable materials
    • Barbecues of any kind (charcoal, gas, electric)
    • Extension cords (power strips are OK & must be surge protected)
    • Five-head floor lamp
    • Irons without automatic shut off
    • Cinder blocks, bricks, or other items are used to loft beds

Movers & Storage

NSSI - Student Property Insurance

NSSI works with over 800 colleges and universities to provide protection for students' possessions, protecting them from accidental damages, spills, drops, theft/vandalism, etc.  Some additional free resources such as our electronic brochure and product video can be found at the following links:


NSSI is now offering Renters Insurance that protects student housing from fire, water damage, smoke, and explosion.   Please check out the following video to learn more:

*The NSSI resources listed on this site are not affiliated with Molloy University.  The University is in no way endorsing, making any recommendation, or otherwise providing any opinion or guarantee regarding the quality, suitability, safety or any other matter with respect to these resources.