Academic Year 2022-23
The safety of our community is our top priority. Due to safety restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, certain limitations and protocols will apply to student lockers. Please follow all guidelines and instructions carefully.
Housed in Denison Hall, the Department of Music provides lockers in a variety of sizes to accommodate the storage of instruments as well auxiliary equipment, books/scores, and personal effects. Students may request a locker through an application process.
Graduate students in the Historical Performance Practice Program are eligible to request instrumental lockers located in Haydn Hall.
Applications are limited to music majors ONLY through the first full week of August for their primary instrument. We ask that music majors wait until the end of Drop/Add (2nd Friday of the fall semester) to request a second locker for their storage needs.
Eligible CWRU students participating in Department of Music ensembles may apply for a locker beginning August 10, and at any time through the remainder of the school year.
Anyone unable to secure a locker may ask to be put on a waiting list for the next available locker.
QUESTIONS OR NEED ASSISTANCE?
- Available to any current CWRU student participating in Department of Music ensembles or music education classes that require the student to store an instrument.
- Locker assignments are determined by the specific storage needs of the student's primary instrument and students may apply for a secondary locker if the need is justified. Note that there may be limitations due to locker inventory.
- Students must use the combination lock provided to them by the Department of Music. Note that any unauthorized locks will be cut off.
- Locker assignments are for no more than the current academic year and must be vacated by the first Monday after final exams in the spring semester. Note that any remaining locks will be removed and contents turned into the Music Office.
- Any locker that is found occupied without authorized assignment will be opened and the contents removed.
- Neither the Department of Music or Case Western Reserve University are responsible for the loss/damage of personal articles stored in music lockers.
- Neither the Department of Music, nor its representatives (faculty, staff, graduate assistants, or student workers) will, at any time for any reason, allow students to gain access to a locker that has been issued to another student.
- Year-End Procedures: This information pertains to all current students with instruments and/or lockers.
- Summer Term: Students may apply for summer lockers during year-end procedures.
- Students should email firstname.lastname@example.org if they vacate a locker before the end of the academic year.
What may be stored in a Department of Music locker
Department of Music lockers are primarily for the storage of musical instruments and other personal property. All lockers are subject to search at any time by University personnel. Prohibited items (defined in the Student Code of Conduct) found in lockers will be surrendered to Campus Police and the student will be reported to the Dean of Students | Division of Student Affairs.
The following are prohibited:
- Food, drink, or other perishable materials.
- Illegal articles include dangerous weapons, combustible and/or explosive devices.
- Drugs, narcotics, alcohol or other controlled substances, tobacco products, and/or smoking devices.
Violation may result in the immediate termination of the Locker Agreement.
Keep them clean! Lockers should be kept free of trash or other debris. Posters, papers, fabric, markers, stickers, etc. may not be used to decorate or customize lockers. Note that a student will receive one written warning. If no action is taken locker access will be revoked and contents removed.
How to Apply
Apply for a Department of Music locker by submitting the Locker Request & Agreement Form. If approved, you will receive your locker assignment via email from a Department of Music representative.
Secure Access to Controlled Rooms and Storage Areas
The Responsible Use & Security Awareness Agreement should be completed to request access to controlled rooms and storage areas within Denison Hall, Harkness Chapel or Haydn Hall (i.e. percussion studio/cages, tuba storage, marching band storage, harp storage, etc.). Access is provided at the discretion of the operations staff.
Read the terms/conditions and submit the Responsible Use & Security Awareness Agreement.
Secure access is granted to music faculty, staff, graduate assistants, Music Student Operations Staff Members, undergraduate music majors, non-majors taking applied lessons or enrolled in official academic ensembles. Secure access will be granted only to students who need access to specialized storage or rehearsal rooms. University-recognized student organizations or activity groups are not eligible.
Access will be terminated if the music major is dropped or ensemble/lesson enrollment is no longer active. Access will expire upon separation from CWRU, change in position or expiration date of a position, such as a graduate assistant or work study employee.