Self storage units in the Columbia University area


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Price: $5 - $1500/mo
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Extra Space Storage Facility at 40 Convent Ave, New York, NY
40 Convent Ave
New York, NY 10027
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0.72 mi
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Extra Space Storage Facility at 58 W 143rd St, New York, NY
58 W 143rd St
New York, NY 10037
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1.62 mi
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    Finding self storage near Columbia University

    Columbia University was founded in 1754 and is one of the top-ranked universities in the United States. With over 6,000 students, Columbia University is located in the Upper West Side of New York. Columbia University is connected to nearby Barnard College, and students can attend classes at the college. There are three different colleges within Columbia University, including Columbia College, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and the Applied Sciences, and School of General Studies.

    Those looking for activities in student life on Columbia’s campus have a lot to choose from. For those interested in sports, the Columbia Lions participate in several different sports in the NCAA Division II Conference. There are many sororities and fraternities on campus, as well as other honor societies. 

    At Columbia University, 90% of students live in on-campus housing. Students may live in East Campus, Southfield, The Living Learning Center, The Block, or West Campus.  Living on campus at CU is one of the best ways to become immersed in campus life. It can be extremely convenient to live on campus; the only inconvenience comes at the end of the year when students must move out for the summer. If students go to school in New York, it’s very common to rent a storage unit temporarily during school breaks. The easiest way to find cheap and reliable storage is by using! has an expansive database of local storage facilities in New York that Columbia students can use to find a storage unit. In order to beat the rush, recommends that students start searching for a unit in early April in order to beat the rush. Since prices can be high, especially in New York, it’s common to share a larger unit with friends and classmates. can help you find a space for your stuff for the summer!