Storage

Read the complete Storage policy PDF

Students are expected to read, understand and abide by the entire Storage Policy.

The Storage Program is reviewed on a yearly basis and is subject to change.

OFF-CAMPUS STORAGE:  The list provided at the end of the Storage Policy document (pdf) reflects some of the off campus storage companies in the area. This list is for informational purposes only and does not imply an endorsement of these companies by Haverford College. REMINDER: Students are not permitted to hire or use storage or moving companies that drop off & pick up PODS and the like.

An overview of ON CAMPUS STORAGE POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND INFORMATION

  • On campus storage is limited and offered on a first come, first served basis to currently enrolled Haverford students.
  • Students going on International Study Abroad, Domestic Study Away & Exchange Programs are only permitted to store belongings in the Special Study Abroad storage rooms in Yarnall 3rd floor. This storage is limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.
  • Students who are going to or have graduated, gone on leave, or have transferred, are NOT permitted to store anything at the College.
  • STORAGE LIABILITY -The College accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any damage to or loss of student property, wherever it is located—including the student storage areas. Students store items entirely upon their own initiative, risk and responsibility. The College will not honor claims made against it for damage or loss.
  • STORAGE POLICY GUIDELINES AND THE HONOR CODE: All students using on campus storage acknowledge their responsibility to read, understand, and abide by all policies and procedures in the Storage Policy Guidelines and the Honor Code. For the storage program to work the full cooperation of all students using storage areas is necessary. Students are responsible for storing their belongings in a neat and orderly manner, and are asked to store in the most compact ways in order to leave room for others to store their items. Items no longer wanted should be donated, taken home, or thrown away. Students agree to respect the belongings of others and the storage areas, themselves, when placing items in storage areas and will make sure to shut and securely lock the doors to the storage room(s) when leaving.
  • STUDENTS WHO STORE ITEMS IN ANY CAMPUS STORAGE AGREE TO THE CONDITIONS AND UNDERSTAND THAT
    • They are not permitted to store hazardous, illegal, or damaged items or food items of any kind.
    • Belongings left outside of the approved storage areas or in any other area not approved for storage will be removed and discarded.
    • If they choose to store items in campus storage, they acknowledge that it is their responsibility to read, understand and follow all policies and procedures.
    • The College accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any damage to or loss of student property, wherever it is located—including the student storage areas. Students store items entirely upon their own initiative, risk and responsibility. The College will not honor claims made against it for damage or loss.
  • 2015-2016 ACADEMIC YEAR: GENERAL STORAGE AREAS IN COMFORT, JONES, BARCLAY, GUMMERE and HCA BASEMENTS AND LEEDS ATTIC WILL NOT BE CLEANED OUT THIS YEAR.
    • IMPORTANT NOTE: The clean out of General Student Storage areas is reviewed each year and subject to change. Students will be notified each year about the clean outs: what will be occurring, when and where, and students will be given all pertinent information and instructions on this process.
  • While, at this time, there are no specified limits on the number of items an individual student may store, students are asked in fairness to their fellow students, to limit what is stored to what is absolutely necessary in order to allow their fellow students THE opportunity to store items as well. The Storage Program is reviewed on a yearly basis and is subject to change.

 

Please contact the Office of Residential Life with any questions.

Last modified: February 10, 2016