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What to bring to Exeter

Nachthexen567Nachthexen567 Registered User Posts: 59 Junior Member
edited June 15 in Prep School Cafe
Question for current Exeter students: I am an incoming prep and I was wondering what are your suggestions for things to bring to Exeter (beyond the basics). Are there any restrictions on putting posters up in your dorm or things like that?
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Replies to: What to bring to Exeter

  • Exeter1Exeter1 Registered User Posts: 15 Junior Member
    Hey, I'm a returning senior at Exeter. There's no restrictions on posters, as long as you put them up with command tape or something that doesn't damage the wall. Also, don't bring a bean bag because those get taken away due to them being fire hazards.

    I'd suggest bringing a fan that you can put in your window, because it gets really really hot in fall term.
  • bowtrucklebowtruckle Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Hey, I'm an incoming upper at Exeter. Does anyone know if you can adjust the height of the beds to allow for under the bed storage and how high off the floor the beds can go?
  • RChen006RChen006 Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
    hey man! We will be in the same 2020 class next year. Unfortunately, it is not possible to adjust the bed frame. Some people get lofts, which improves spacing by a lot. Last year, I was able to stuff 3 medium sized plastic bins under my bed perfectly.
  • bowtrucklebowtruckle Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Thanks RChen006!
  • momof3swimmersmomof3swimmers Registered User Posts: 378 Member
    It is totally possible to adjust the beds. Kiddo had his low to start, then high, then lofted throughout the year. He was able to store bins and laundry baskets under the bed when it was on the higher setting.
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