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Finding self storage near Vanguard University Of Southern CaliforniaVanguard University is located in Costa Mesa and has over 2,000 undergraduate students enrolled. VU of Southern California is one of the top rated universities in the West, according to U.S. News & World Report College Rankings. There are 30 different areas of study that VU students can choose from, including business, psychology, and journalism.
Students have a lot to do at Vanguard University. They can play intramurals and club sports at VU or become involved in one of the 10 organizations and clubs on campus. Students can also cheer on their National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics teams (NAIA) represented by the Lions!
There are so many great opportunities for friendship and fun that come with living on campus, too! Students may end up living in Balboa Hall, Catalina Hall, Huntington Hall, Laguna Hall, Newport Hall, and the Vanguard Center. But at some point, students will need to move out during the semester break. Where can they keep all of their things so they don’t have to move them all the way back home?
Instead of renting an expensive moving truck, students should consider renting a storage unit. With a storage unit, students can keep their dorm furniture and belongings close to school so that they can get it whenever it’s convenient at the start of the school year. Then, they don’t have to take it back home!
Storage.com is a great resource for Vanguard University students. We recommend that students start looking for units around the beginning of April to beat the rush of other students looking for storage units.