While there are no live in campuses in the Mat Su Valley, students may want to consider storing their stuff at the Storage Cache instead of in Anchorage or Eagle River for a lower cost compared to closer facilities. We are 41 miles close to the UAA Anchorage main campus. We offer frequent discounts on storage and with a students unique schedules the availability of 24 hour access in a secure facility is appealing.
Deciding what to do with all of the things you have accumulated during your years in college can be stressful, even frustrating. At the end of spring semester it may be difficult to decide if you are really ever going to wear half of your clothes again or read through that pile of books stacked on your shelves one day. Regardless, you may find yourself moving all of those extra things from year to year into a new dorm room or apartment as you watch them take up more and more valuable space that you could be using to live more comfortably.
Some things you may be able to get rid of, but you know that occasionally you need random things that are important to have even if they are seldom used. Knowing which things will be needed may be a challenge, but decluttering your college home can make your days there much more enjoyable. Outsourcing your extra items to different locations will give you more options. It may make it possible for you to design your living space and tailor it to your own personality.
First, plan out what you need and ask yourself the following questions:
Leasing a self storage unit may open up some beneficial options, as illustrated below:
If you decide to rent a self storage unit, there are some things you should keep in mind: