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Storage for College Students

If one thing is for certain, it’s that college is a time of rapid change, and this often applies to living quarters. You’ll likely spend your freshman year in the dorms, sophomore year in an apartment, and your junior/senior years in a different apartment. And depending on what job your college degree gets you, you may be moving to a new city! Plus, students are going home for winter and summer breaks, and may even be studying abroad. Through these posts, learn the many ways that self storage can ease the life of a college student (and their parents!) throughout all of these back and forth living changes.

We know what you’re saying: “That’s brilliant! Why didn’t I think of that?” Sharing a storage unit with your roomie is a fantastic way to save both space and money. And saving money is an essential part of college life. See what these two roommates have to say about the experience. 
Most colleges kick students out of the dorms during the summer time. But if you plan to move right back in when classes begin, you don’t want to have to haul everything far away. With a self storage unit, you can store all of the belongings you can live without for the summer and easily grab them come fall.
Moving back and forth between home and college can be pretty stressful. Storage.com has some tips to make the whole process easier. Check it out!
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