Student Lockers

peek_188RLockers are available to all students at the 2660 Main Street building.  Lockers are assigned free of charge on a first come, first served basis.  Please note that lockers will only be available when the building is open.  You will not have access to the lockers on weekends, holidays or other times when the Main Street Campus building is not open.

How to Request a Locker:

Visit Nick Patino in the Student Learning Center (H101) to start the process. Complete the following form and bring along with you:

Student Locker Agreement Form

You can also send an email requesting a locker to with the same form filled out.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if someone else has a lock on the locker assigned to me?
Advise the Safety Security Department at 203-576-5543 that there is a lock on the locker assigned to you. Security will verify assignment of the locker in question. Within 48 hours that lock will be removed.

What happens if I do not remove my stuff at the end of the semester/academic year?
After the deadline, the lock will be removed. The contents are kept in storage for one month and then donated to an appropriate charity or destroyed.

Does St. Vincent’s supply a lock?
Yes, we will supply the combination lock.

Can I share a locker with a friend?
For liability purposes, only one individual will be assigned to each locker.

What do I do if my locker is vandalized?
Advise the Safety & Security Department by calling 203-576-5543.

What should I do if someone breaks into my locker?
If someone forcefully enters your locker, it is a criminal act and needs to be reported. Please contact the Safety & Security Department at 203-576-5543 as soon as possible. Be advised that the College does not accept responsibility for the loss, damage, or removal of locks or contents of lockers under any circumstances.

Does the College have the right to access my locker without my permission?
St. Vincent’s College reserves the right to access lockers at its sole discretion if there is a suspected security risk. Security has the right to enter a locker at any time should they suspect it contains items that puts the College environment in danger. Any criminal activity will be reported to police. St. Vincent’s College is required to provide police with access in the event of a criminal investigation.