This may be a dumb question, but can you have a grill in your dorm room? I’m asking along the lines of a fire hazard or something? Also are females attracted to the constant smell of bacon?.. [/quote]
That is up to your dorm to decide the rules of, and up to you to decide if you are going to follow them.[/quote]
Usually microwaves and small fridge/freezers are allowed, and any other types of grilling/cooking can be done in a common kitchen. There’s probably one somewhere on campus.
That being said, your bigger risks are a) roommates, and b) floormates who smell what you’re cooking. Be prepared to get caught, and be prepared to talk yourself out of it. Grilling is probably not allowed; a slowcooker is probably technically not allowed, but should be fine in reality.
As far as a fire hazard, knowledge is probably your best bet. Know what can cause a fire, and don’t put yourself, your property, or anyone else at risk.
One of my dorms was effectively fireproof: cinderblock walls, some highly durable vinyl tile, and concrete ceilings. Another of my dorms very much wasn’t.
Basically, use your own judgment. There’s always a solution, you just have to find it.[/quote]
Good stuff. Yeah I will know more about my exact living situation as it gets closer but for now I’m just trying to make a plan. I’m not proposing it can’t be done but its helpful to here how others have done it. My friends don’t train and all they do is party so they barely even eat. Less money spent on food is more spent on beer. I just want to make the most out of my time spent there