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BAC lockers are located in the basement of 320 Newbury Street and are available to all students and faculty. Locker assignments are made at the start of each semester.
Getting a Locker
To get a locker, please sign up inside the Office of Student Life (OSL) at 320 Newbury Street. Students must have a locker partner, and both must be present to sign up. Once you have filled out the Locker Request Form, you will be assigned a locker.
- Do not write, paint, or mark onto the inner or outer surfaces of lockers.
- Do not affix stickers, adhesive shelf liner, or contact paper to the inside or outside of your locker.
- Do not place any contents in the locker that may spill or leak, or that may damage or affect the property of others.
- Do not store perishable foods in the locker.
- Do not leave clothing or shoes in the locker for any extended period of time.
- Students must use the provided combination locks assigned to their locker. All other locks will be cut off without notice.
- If the provided combination lock is lost, those assigned to the locker will be charged a $25 replacement fee.
- Materials kept in lockers are the responsibility of the user. The BAC takes no responsibility for material lost, stolen, or damaged while stored in lockers. The BAC is also not responsible for items left behind after the locker clean-out deadline.
- BAC staff will have access to materials stored in lockers and may remove materials from them with proper notice.
- Storage of any items that are of illegal nature, or would cause or be likely to cause a health hazard, security risk, physical danger, or a nuisance to the environment or other members of the College community is strictly prohibited and shall include by example, but shall not be limited to: all illegal substances including all drugs and prescription medications for which the locker holder does not have a valid prescription; alcohol; firearms, knives, ammunition and all other weapons; all chemicals, caustics, poisons and other hazardous materials including, but not limited to, acids, lye, caustic soda, pesticides, herbicides, defoliants, and pharmaceutical, household, horticultural, agricultural and industrial chemicals; live plants and animals, including pets.