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Students moving into apartments and dorm rooms have a limited amount of space to decorate and store their stuff. Luckily, the IDS has put together a list of the things they will need the most while at IU.

Trash bags (2 boxes) Extra trash can Tissues (3 boxes) Command hooks and strips Address book, stamps Stacking drawers/milk crates Laundry detergent, fabric softener Laundry basket (2) Clothes: casual, exercise, nightwear, one set business casual Hangers Paper towels Napkins Mini sewing kit, safety pins Twin XL bedding (2) Pillows (2), pillowcases (4) Foam mattress pad Comforter/bedspread Towels (bath, hand, face)


Highlighter pens Shower shoes Stapler, staples Shower caddy Laptop Shampoo and Surge protector conditioner Extension cords Hairstyling products Extra light bulbs (2) Bath and facial soap Mini toolkit Toothpaste and Cold medicine, vitamins, toothbrush cough drops Dental floss Band-Aids Comb/brush Heating pad/hot Tweezers water bottle Nail clippers Ceramic dishes for Hair dryer/straightener microwave Razor and shaving Refillable water bottle cream Water filter pitcher Lotion (body, facial) Silverware (1 set) Moisturizer Umbrella (2) Cotton swabs Check with roommate first: Alarm clock Coffeemaker/microwave Homework planner Small refrigerator Sticky notes Paper clips, binder clips Area rug Posters, room décor Rubber bands TV Tape (Scotch, Duct) Video game systems Scissors



average starting salary*

secured employment*

$70,200 for computer science majors $60,200 for informatics majors Intelligent systems engineering data will be available when the first cohort graduates in 2020.

or acceptance to graduate school within six months of graduation.

*Based on 2017–18 hiring statistics.

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