Your college years can be one of the most exciting times in your life. You get to pursue studies that matter to you, get your start at independence, and make lifelong friends and connections. However, after you’ve moved out of your parents’ home and to a dorm or shared apartment, you’re likely to find you don’t have as much space as you’re used to. Tight accommodations are ubiquitous with college life. Even when you bring what seems like just the essentials, you may find that your space is limited.

 That’s where self storage can be a big help. You can rent an affordable unit, where you can keep safe those extras that you need sometimes, but not always. Storage space rents for less per square foot than residential space, so rather than paying for a bigger room, you can save money by renting a storage unit.

 In addition, our Warwick facility, near Brown University, offers units with climate control. In these units, the temperature is maintained at between 50 and 80 degrees, and the humidity between 30% and 50%, which will protect your things from the summer heat and humidity, and winter cold and dryness.