What to take to the Dorm Part One

Family moving boxes into a dormitory at college
I have a very extensive list of items that your student may want or need to take to the Dorm when they go off to College this Fall.
I am going to cover it in a few posts, but if you want the entire spreadsheet, please just email me.
Again, you may not need everything on the list, but it will at least give you a good checklist to go over.

Clothing, etc:
Accessories: belts, purses, wallets, wristlet
Clothes: jeans,sweaters, jackets,sweats, pajamas,dress clothes,socks, underwear,bathing suit,shorts,Bathrobe
Shoes: slippers, sandals, tennis shoes, heels (black),slip on shoes, extra flip-flops
Winter: gloves, scarves, hats, boots
Key Chain
Umbrella- a good, sturdy one

Blanket: fleece or thermal
Mattress pad/foam
Sheets: at least two /and maybe three different sets for your bed, often college beds are extra-long twin size

Personal Care items:
Acne/cleansing wash and acne cream
Comb or hairbrush
Cotton balls: many uses, including for applying/wiping off make-up, applying antiseptics to cuts and wounds
Cotton facial pads: for applying or removing foundation and other make-up,
feminine hygiene products
Fragrance: perfume or cologne, or body sprays
Hair dryer/curling iron/straightener
Hairbands/hair pins for ladies
Hairspray/sculpting cream
Kleenex or other facial tissue
Lip balm
Nail file/clippers
Nail polish remover
Razor, shaving cream and aftershave for males
Toothbrush/case/toothpaste/dental floss

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