i agree with mother-in-law-tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata), and would like to add to that 2 more:
1- devil's ivy, or money plant, or pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
2- dwarf umbrella tree (Schefflera arboricola)
mother-in-law's-tongue is very hardy, and survives repotting with ease and grace. this one might grow more than you even want. i have had several specimens actually refuse to become rootbound, instead, shattering a terra-cota or plastic pot from the sheer force of it's rhizomatic root growth. it requires very little light.
devil's ivy is super easy to grow, is a hanging plant, and is prolific. it is also, as far as I'm concerned, the hands-down winner of "easiest plant to propagate by cutting." starting with one healthy plant, it is easy to have a dozen healthy rooted cuttings in no time. this plant is more likely to have problems from too much light, than it is too little.
dwarf umbrella tree is one of my favorites. it also needs very little light. it is a prolific grower, once established, and responds amazingly well to pruning. and, although it is hardy, and difficult to kill off by neglect, if you do manage to do damage, it is fairly easy to nurse back from the dead. i once took a "dead" specimen of this from an older lady shut-in, that had 3 stems, and absolutely zero leaves or new growth. after a repotting, and some TLC, it grew back amazingly well.