Catholic University of America Student Storage
Every fall, students of all ages prepare to head back to school. During the summer, college freshman are reviewing their college checklists and making plans for dorm rooms with their future roommate(s). When it is finally time to move into the dormitory, college students face many new experiences and adjustments. One of the biggest challenges for students is moving into a residence hall is learning to live in close quarters with one or multiple roommates. Dorm rooms can be very small with a limited amount of storage space. Students have to be very creative in storing books, clothing, and needed accessories and electronics.
Catholic University of America students should consider renting a self storage unit to place additional items that they don’t have room for in their dorm rooms. Storage units are great for storing duplicate electronics, kitchen accessories, and other room supplies. For students or faculty traveling away from campus for a semester or a year, placing personal belongings in a storage unit while away will reduce the stress of moving belongings to and from home. Most self storage facilities offer month-to-month rentals that are perfect for a college student’s budget. ezStorage offers many college student storage solutions, from short term to long term, for items that will no longer fit in a college dorm or apartment.
ezStorage has state-of-the-art security systems from video surveillance to gated keypad entry that will give students peace of mind that their belongings are safe and secure. There are a variety of storage unit sizes from 5x5 to 10x30 to fit any storage need. Depending on the size of the storage unit, students can store everything from bicycles to winter clothes. Storage units are also perfect for storing excess furniture, clothing, kitchen items, books, mattresses, comforters and linens.
Storage Solutions for Catholic University of America Students
ezStorage has two storage facilities near the Catholic University of America campus in Washington DC. The Brentwood/Hyattsville storage facility in Brentwood is a fourteen minute drive from the campus. The Takoma Park storage facility in Takoma is a sixteen minute drive from Catholic University of America. All of the facilities are also accessible by public transportation via the Metro.
About Catholic University of America
Catholic University of America is a private university located in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington DC. The school was founded in 1887 as a graduate and research center after approval by Pope Leo XIII. It is the only institution of higher learning founded by United States Catholic bishops. The university is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges. The school is closely connected to the Catholic Church and organizations. It is the only university that has been visited by two Popes, Pope John II and Pope Benedict XVI! The school’s academic programs focus on liberal arts, professional education and personal development. Catholic University of America is split into 12 schools and 21 research centers and facilities. Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law, was founded in 1954. There is also a Theological Seminary on campus. This year, Catholic University of America began a partnership with the Australian Catholic University to effectively own and operate a second campus in Rome, Italy. Currently, the school has nearly 7,000 undergraduate and graduate students and an academic staff of over 800.
The campus of Catholic University of America is located 3 miles north of the United States Capital Building. It is in the Brookland neighborhood, also known as “Little Rome” with over 60 Catholic institutions in the immediate area. The university sits on the largest amount of land for any university in Washington DC. The 193 acre campus is tree lined with 55 buildings representing the Romanesque and modern architecture design. The university has been expanding the campus by developing new building projects starting with Opus Hall, the first co-ed dormitory on campus in 2009. There is also residential housing in Centennial Village and for older students, apartments in the Monroe Street Market area. The majority of undergraduates, 76%, live on campus in several residence halls and apartment complexes.