Locker Regulations (SAFE Campus)
Current students and employees of the College may rent a locker, provided that they have a Banner ID.
Renters who cease to be members of the College community during the rental period will no longer be entitled to the use of the rented locker, but may make application for a refund.
The use of the locker is reserved exclusively for the registered renter of the locker for the rental period specified above. You are not permitted to share your locker or lock combination with anyone else.
Use at Own Risk:
The Locker Rental Program is not responsible for any items stored in your locker at Confederation College. You are responsible for your belongings; your use of a locker is at your own risk. Confederation College assumes no liability for any items stored in lockers.
All lockers in the Locker Rental Program come with assigned locks that remain the property of the College.
The College-owned lock must be left on the locker at the end of the rental period. If the lock supplied by the College is not left on the locker at the end of the rental period, the renters’ account will be charged an additional $10.
Personal locks placed on lockers in the Locker Rental Program will be removed.
Unauthorized Use of Lockers:
If you take possession of a locker that is included in the Locker Rental Program, without first renting it, your lock will be cut and your items will be removed, without notice, during the first two weeks of each semester, or with 24 hours’ notice after the first two weeks of the rental period.
Key fobs assigned to individuals renting lockers in change rooms remain the property of Confederation College. Key fobs must be returned at the end of the rental period.
If the key fob is not returned at the end of the rental period, the renters’ account will be charged an additional $10 at the end of the rental period.
Flammable materials, dangerous chemicals, explosives, weapons, alcohol, drugs and drug paraphernalia are strictly prohibited inside lockers and / or change rooms.
Locker Access by College:
The College reserves the right to open or cut off a lock, to remove a lock, to open a locker and/or to remove the contents of a locker, at its sole discretion, with or without the consent of the individual to whom the locker was rented, in the following circumstances:
- in the case of an emergency;
- if there is a security risk, including circumstances when there is reason to believe that the locker contains items that might place the College, or members of the College community, in danger;
- if there is reason to believe that the locker contains items listed above in “Unauthorized Storage”;
- if there is a safety or environmental concern (such as evidence of pests or vermin, or the presence of unpleasant odours);
- if there is reason to believe that the locker contains stolen property, or items used, or intended to be used, in a crime; and
- in the case of unauthorized use of a locker (as described above).
Evidence of criminal activity will be reported to police.
Storage of Items Removed from Lockers:
Thirty days after the end of the locker rental period, locks will be opened and changed, and any remaining contents of lockers will be removed. At that time, all items remaining in lockers, with the exception of government documents, will be donated or disposed of. Government documents will be turned over to the Thunder Bay Police Service.
With the exception of items that are required as part of an on-going investigation by the College and/or Police, the contents of lockers that have had their locks cut off prior to the end of the rental period will be removed immediately and will be stored for a period of 30 days. After 30 days, all such items, with the exception of government documents, will be donated or disposed of. Government documents will be turned over to the Thunder Bay Police Service.
The Locker Rental Program is neither responsible for any items that go missing after their removal from a locker, nor for any items that are left unclaimed after thirty days.
Retrieval of Items Removed from Lockers:
Students must produce their student card to retrieve belongings removed from lockers.
Vandalism of lockers is subject to the provisions of the applicable disciplinary code (e.g. in the case of students, the Student Code of Conduct, in the case of employees, the Workplace Discipline Policy, etc.).