Lockers are available to students in a special area in the parking structure. Locker size is approximately 12" x 15" x 24". There is no charge for lockers, but students must provide their own locks. All lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
After the Summer Session, all lockers must be vacated to be reallocated for the following year. All lockers not vacated will be opened and the contents stored by the Graphics Department only through October 1. Students should contact a staff member in the Graphics Department at 213.736.1012 to claim stored contents. A $5.00 storage charge will be assessed.
In addition to the lockers described above, there are a limited number of lockers available in the Burns Building, first floor restrooms, near the shower facilities. Use of locker facilities in the restrooms will be available as follows:
- Lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis only and cannot be reserved in advance.
- Lockers may be checked out for a period of one hour to no more than twenty-four hours on a calendar day only. A calendar day is defined as beginning at 8:30 a.m. through midnight Monday - Friday. The issuance of these lockers and key locks can be obtained without charge from the Information Center, Burns Building, second floor.
- The locks remain the property of Loyola Law School and duplicate keys are maintained for emergency circumstances.
- Lock keys can be returned after regular business hours via special drop envelopes through the internal mail slot in the second floor mail room/message center. Contents left overnight and found the next morning will be stored in "Lost and Found" until such time that the student can be notified to retrieve his/her belongings. Frequent misuse and failure to return lock keys may result in revocation of locker privileges.
- A student may check out a lock key and secure a locker either in person or by calling the Receptionist in the Information Center at 213.736.1001.
- Revocation of a student's privileges may result if he/she calls, reserves a locker for that day, and fails to pick up the key.