Merrimack College Student Storage - Andover, MA
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Merrimack College, located in Andover, MA educates approximately 3200 students from 33 states and 29 different countries. Over 75% of Merrimack students live on campus, meaning you have to lug your residence hall essentials to and from Merrimack every year. OnDemand Storage solves this problem for students and families in Andover, MA by providing packing materials, convenient storage pickup, and re-delivery when students return to Merrimack. Make move-in and move-out easy when you team up with OnDemand!
Studying Abroad at Merrimack College
The Office of International Programs aims to make Merrimack students global citizens by encouraging students to study abroad. Studying abroad, whether through a short-term program or a semester program, helps students see the world through the lens of another culture. When you travel you and your family have enough to worry about, allow OnDemand to care for your residence hall furniture and seasonal clothing not making the trip. Let your family home be clutter free and save with our affordable student storage!
Convenient and Affordable Student Storage at Merrimack
*prices listed denote cost for a 4 month period: summer, fall, or spring semester*
Full Bed $65
Queen Bed $75
King Bed $125
Box > 50lbs $52
Not Listed - Call
TV < 35"
TV > 35"
With over 75% of Merrimack Students living on campus OnDemand aims to help every student with their storage needs. To sign up, click one of the yellow buttons and then go through the custom 5 step process that OnDemand has created to make student easy for Merrimack students and their families!
Yes! If you're a Merrimack student who is signed up for an ODS pickup you can receive free packing materials at an ODS Box Day. Also, you can schedule a pickup on-site to receive free boxes or purchase boxes if you do not intend to use storage but need supplies.
Sure! ODS Boxes are great; but if you want to use your own packing materials you can.
You can store your belongings for as long as you would like. Each storage period is broken in 4-month blocks, so the prices listed will be charged for every 4-months of storage at the beginning of a new period. (Summer, spring, and fall).
At Merrimack students have access to their belongings on the scheduled move-in days so returns will coincide with your return to school. If you need a special circumstance delivery then please reach out an ODS associate!
Yes! ODS will store anything except for the items listed on the "Cannot Store List" which can be found on the student resources page!
Guidelines to successful storage!
- Boxes over 45lbs are subject to additional fees
- Missed pickup times are $100
- Special pickup/delivery outside of offered windows - case by case
- No liquids
- Mattresses must be bagged
- No loose items
- No trundle beds
- Couches and futons in select markets only
The storage calendar provides relevant information regarding ODS Box Days, regularly scheduled pickup days, and re-delivery days. If you need boxes delivered or your items picked up on a day that is not marked on the calendar you should call 781-499-5330 as you will have to sign up over the phone.
During ODS Box Days OnDemand Storage crew members will strategically park trucks on campus and distribute packing materials including boxes, mattress bags, etc. OnDemand Storage trucks will be parked in trim lot to distribute materials on the designated days, typically 1-2 weeks before storage pickup days begin.
Merrimack students and their families should keep a close eye on the storage calendar as the semester winds down, ODS will be updating the calendar with details specific to Merrimack student storage.
- There is 1 fraternity and 3 sororities on campus
- Merrimack has 24 varsity sports, including NCAA D1 hockey that competes in the Hockey East
- There over 60 majors at Merrimack
- MLB Hall of Famer, Carl Yazstremski, is a Merrimack Alumnus
- The Ghost of a firefighter is said to haunt Merrimack's Campus