The group cubbies on L1 of the Campus Center
Do you live off campus and need to store books or other items? Lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis for $10/semester.
Off-campus student lockers are on the second floor across from the cafe. Visit the Off-Campus Student Services office (Room 227) to complete a Locker Rental Contract. You will need to provide your own padlock.
58 lockers with pre-set combination locks are reserved for undergraduate student use and are located on the Max’s Lower Level 1. Students wishing to rent within this block should read the Locker Rental Policy and complete a Locker Rental Agreement.
All recognized organizations have access to an organizational mailbox on LL1. Some organizations have assigned office space on this floor, while other organizations may apply for a storage cubby for the academic year.
To request a locker rental, a Locker Rental Agreement must be filled out in person at the L1 Service Desk in the Campus Center.
Lockers can be rented for $10 per semester, and $5 per summer session. This fee must be paid in cash at the Commons Desk of the Campus Center. Once the fee is paid and the agreement signed, the Campus Center staff will keep a copy of the agreement with the student’s Emerson ID on file. (Only one locker is allowed per student; lockers should be used only by the student renting them. Lockers cannot be shared or swapped.)
Lockers are not automatically renewable. Students must notify the Max Mutchnick Campus Center to renew their locker agreement and pay the next semester or summer fee. Students must remove all materials and belongings from their assigned lockers by the last day of the semester. Failure to do so may result in the items being disposed of by Campus Center staff. A reminder notice will be sent via email two weeks before the end of the semester.
If all lockers are occupied, students may be placed on a waiting list. Students called from the waiting list will have two full business days to respond to an offer of a locker rental before the next waitlisted person is contacted.
Emerson College and the Max Mutchnick Campus Center are not responsible for damage or loss of the contents of any locker. Students are responsible for reporting any damage or needed repairs to email@example.com. (If your locker door does not open or shut properly, do not force it; report it immediately.)
The Max Mutchnick Campus Center reserves the right to open a locker with or without the consent of the renter when locker procedures are being abused or in case of an emergency.
Flammable materials, dangerous chemicals, explosives, weapons of any kind, and illegal or controlled substances (such as drugs or alcohol) are strictly prohibited inside lockers.
To request a Student Organization Cubby, download the Cubby Request Form, or pick up a form at the L1 Service Desk in the Campus Center.
Cubbies are located on L1 of the Campus Center and are only available to student organizations recognized by the Emerson College Student Government Association that do not have assigned office space in the Campus Center. Cubbies will be assigned to organizations as requests are received and will be based on justifiable need.
Clubs and organizations are responsible for the condition of their cubby and will be charged for any damages. Access to cubbies begins on the first day of classes in September, and the cubbies must be cleaned out by the last day of the semester in May. Cubbies are not automatically renewable. Student organizations must submit a request each academic year with the Campus Center administration.
Only students with a valid Emerson College ID and/or those identified as authorized users will be granted access to an organization's cubby. The organization president should submit a list of the names and Emerson ID numbers of members authorized to access the cubby, and must notify the Campus Center of updates and/or changes to this list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emerson College and the Max Mutchnick Campus Center are not responsible for damage or loss of the contents of any cubby. Student organizations are responsible for reporting any damage or needed repairs to email@example.com. (If your cubby door does not open or shut properly, do not force it; report it immediately.)
The Mutchnick Campus Center administration reserves the right to open a cubby with or without the consent of the student organization when cubby procedures are being abused or in case of emergency.
Flammable materials, dangerous chemicals, explosives, or weapons of any kind are strictly prohibited inside cubbies. Illegal or controlled substances such as drugs or alcohol are also strictly prohibited.