Here's How College Students Can Store Their Stuff For Free

Earlier this week, Vanderbilt University moved all of their classes online for the rest of the spring semester, and asked students living on-campus to be moved out by the end of the week.

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Vanderbilt Moves All Classes Online For Remainder of Semester

While other area schools haven't yet taken those measures - Belmont and MTSU both extended Spring Break a week and moved to online learning until April - the move to get students off campus could take place at any moment.

Of course, the big issue at hand is that students from out-of-state may not be able to get everything from their dorms back home immediately. If that applies to you, U-Haul is offering free self-storage for up to 30 days to college students forced to move out because of COVID-19.

To take advantage of the offer, the student must be at least 18 years old, have a valid driver's license, and have a valid college ID.

Go to www.uhaul.com/storage for more details and to find a location that's convenient to you.

For more information on closings and cancellations due to COVID-19, click the link below to stay up to date.

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Middle Tennessee Closures and Rescheduled Events for Safety Concerns

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