Unfortunately, the College has no general storage spaces available. Residents must store all their belongings in their apartments. Any furniture provided by the College in your apartment must be present when it is time to move out. Residence Life can refer you to several local storage companies.
Founders Green has basketballs and a basketball goal. The Meyerhoff underground has a ping-pong table and an air hockey table. See front desk staff and leave your MICARD to check equipment out. Students who damage, lose or fail to return equipment will be charged replacement costs.
Athletic activities should be confined to areas designed for recreational use, such as the volleyball area in the grass courtyard and the basketball court. The Office of Student Affairs operates a gym and aerobic facility, located at 1501 W. Mount Royal Ave, which is available to all enrolled MICA students free of charge during the academic semester. This facility includes cardiovascular and strength equipment, and also provides space for a wide variety of instructed classes ranging from dance to aerobics. Please use this link for more information about the MICA Wellness Center. Athletic activities should be confined to areas designed for recreational use, such as the volleyball area in the grass courtyard and the basketball court. Hours of operation vary by semester. Check with Student Activities in the first floor of Meyerhoff House for a current schedule.
Students may lock their bikes to the bike racks that are provided. Bicycles left in the racks must be locked, and student use of the racks is at their own risk. Because access to the stairwells, balconies, hallways and walkways is important for residents carrying their supplies and for the necessity of emergency exits, bikes are not permitted on stairwells, hallways, gates, railings or walkways. People who lock their bikes to access areas will be asked to move them. If the bike is not removed quickly, arrangements will be made to have the bike removed. A charge will be levied for the labor involved in removing a bicycle. Locks or securing devices will not be replaced, nor will violators be compensated if bikes are damaged in the removal process.
Shared Studio Space
Residential studios are available for use by on-campus residents. These spaces may be signed out through the studio manager. The sign-out process, duration of sign-out, and studio policies are set and shared with the community by the studio manager at the beginning of each semester. These spaces are to be shared by the entire residential community and consequently need to be cleared out at the end of each sign-out period. In the interests of safety, all expectations and policies for studio use must be strictly obeyed. Residents will be responsible for any costs associated with cleaning studio spaces after use.