CEU Student Locker Use Guidelines
All lockers made available for student use on CEU premises are the property of CEU. They are made available for storing school supplies and personal items necessary for use at the university. Lockers at CEU premises are not to be used to store items which cause, or can reasonably be foreseen to cause, an impediment to university operations (especially flammable, explosive materials or equipment or weapons), or which are forbidden by Hungarian regulations or university rules. Being the property of CEU, these lockers do not bestow privacy to the students temporarily using them: CEU retains the right to inspect the locker and its contents at any time to ensure that the locker is being used in accordance with its intended purpose, and to eliminate fire or other hazards, maintain sanitary conditions, attempt to locate lost or stolen materials or any other material forbidden by school rules.
At CEU, there are three type of lockers designated for student use.
1. Lockers for academic year use located in departmental premises: there are primarily allocated to students from those departments. Below is the list of departments and the number of lockers available: 
NUMBER OF LOCKERS
International Relations and European Studies (3rd floor Faculty Tower)
Medieval Studies (5th floor Faculty Tower)
Environmental Sciences and Policy (6th floor Faculty Tower)
Political Science (8th floor Faculty Tower)
Political Science (9th floor Faculty Tower)
History (2nd floor Nador 11 Building)
Sociology and Social Anthropology (4th floor Zrinyi 14 Building)
Legal Studies (SJD lab)
2. Lockers for academic year use located in non-departmental premises: these are allocated upon request, mainly to students whose departments lack student locker space. Below is the list of locations and the number of lockers available:
NUMBER OF LOCKERS
Faculty Tower Ground floor
Faculty Tower First floor
3. Day use lockers (40 in number) in front of the library: these lockers are mainly for library visitors and for storing items not allowed in the library. They are for daily use only and should be emptied at the end of the day, latest by 10 p.m.
In all cases, lockers are available on a first come, first serve basis. To receive a locker, students should visit the Student Life office located at the Students Services Center on the ground floor of the Monument Building. Yearly use lockers are to be used for one academic year. At the end of the academic year, students should return their locker keys to the Student Life Office as part of the leaving procedure. Failure to do so will result in a non-refundable 1000 HUF fee. Students must fulfill all academic and financial requirements before graduation, including any locker fees due. Failure to satisfy academic and financial requirements may result in a delay in releasing the diploma, and students with outstanding balances at graduation will not be eligible for University services including transcript copies or verification of degrees.
Extensions of yearly use
Students in programs whose length of studies exceeds one academic year, ie students in 2-year MA and PhD programs, can request an extension of their locker privileges. This should be communicated to the Student Life Office before the end of the regular academic year. Failure to communicate the intention of continuing to use a locker on time will result in a 1000 HUF late fee and the emptying of the locker’s contents. After a locker is emptied, its contents will be placed in the Lost and Found box at the Nador 9 entrance.
Waiting list for academic year use lockers
The names of students who request but do not receive lockers will be placed on a waiting list, based on the time of request. If a locker becomes available, the student on the waiting list will receive it and be notified by e-mail.
Replacement of keys
Locker keys are given for one academic year. Loss of a key or damage to a locker will result in a 1000 HUF replacement fee, applicable to all lockers. Replacement keys should be ordered at the Student Life Office.
Transfer of the lockers
Students shall not transfer the key or the right to use their lockers to other students or any other third person. In case the student allows any third person to place anything to the locker the student shall take sole responsibility towards CEU for the items place and towards third person for the damage or lost of such items.
Using daily use lockers
Daily use lockers are located in front of the library for the explicit purpose of storing items that library visitors are not allowed or do not wish to use in the library.
All contents from these lockers must be removed by the end of each day, latest by 10:00 p.m. Daily use lockers not cleared out by the end of the day will be opened and all items will be removed: a security guard - in the presence of two witnesses – will open the locker, and its contents will be placed in the Lost and Found box at the Nador 9 entrance. These items will be kept for a period of 30 days, after which they may be discarded.
CEU does not assume any responsibility for belongings that are left in daily use lockers over night. CEU and the Security Service are not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal property.
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