Indoor Bike Storage
Harriett Fuller Rust House has a storage room that opens up to the mini-quad for use by up to fourteen students
at a time. Each of those students each receive a key to the space so they can store
their bikes inside and access them any time, day or night, all year long. The bikes
are better protected from weather and potential theft than other bikes left at outdoor
racks on campus.
The timeline for applications is:
- Between May 15 and July 31, students may submit their names for the following year. If more than fourteen students submit their names, a random
drawing will be held in the week following August 1 and all students who signed up
will be notified about whether they got in or were put on the wait list.
- Starting August 1, signups will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. If space is available, students
who sign up will receive a key; if space is not available, students will be added
to the wait list.
Once a student has been notified that they can pick up their key, they may keep it
until the Friday before the end of May Term. If someone returns their key early, students
on the wait list will be offered the space.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Bike Committee chair Chris Sweet. For key-related questions specifically, you may want to ask Terri Knapp in the Office of Residential Life.