Library Locker rentals are available to all current University of Utah students. Undergraduate student lockers are located in the Level 1 – West Entrance Lobby. Graduate student lockers are located in the Graduate Reading Room – 1180A.
Semester Locker Rentals
Library lockers are available for rent on a semester basis. The cost of renting a locker is $25.00 plus tax, per semester. The locker rental cost is nonrefundable. A student may only rent one locker each semester.
Submission of a library locker request does not guarantee rental of a library locker. Locker keys are issued on a first come, first served basis. After payment is successfully completed at the level 1 Information Desk at the West Entrance lobby, you will be issued your key and locker number.
Locker keys will need to be returned by the final day of the semester. Patrons will be charged a $25.00 replacement fee for a lost locker key or for failure to return a locker key following the conclusion of the semester. Patrons will receive an email reminder when their Library Locker rental is about to expire. A hold may be placed on a patron's academic record in the event a locker key is not returned by the due date. Any items left in a Library Locker at the conclusion of the semester will be removed from the locker and stored in the Lost & Found located at the Level 1 - Library Information Desk at the West Entrance.
Protection Services will conduct weekly sweeps of lockers to check for library items that have not been checked out or are non-circulating. For the benefit of all library patrons, items that are not checked out, or are non-circulating, will be removed and returned to the shelves.
The J. Willard Marriott Library is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings or other items. In order to prevent health and sanitation risks, any items that are deemed as health, safety, or security concerns will be discarded. This includes, but is not limited to: perishable food or drink products and containers, trash, and any items contaminated by or appearing to be a hazardous material.
ContactLibrary Operations & Protection Services
801-581-8600 (emergencies only)