Routine maintenance is provided by various craft workers. If you would like to request repair or have a question regarding maintenance, you may contact the maintenance staff at 308-3166, 24 hours a day. Work Orders are scheduled by date received, urgency of request and availability of appropriate crafts person.
Work Request Web Site for SCSU campus: http://www.myschoolbuilding.com
Instructions for first time users of work order request system, School Dude: SchoolDude First Time User Instructions
Each building has General Maintenance Workers (GMW’s) assigned to do daily cleaning, trash removal and recycling. GMW’s are also responsible for special event arrangements, clearing of snow near buildings, light bulb replacement and periodic special cleaning such as washing windows, waxing floors and shampooing carpets. Staffing levels limit the frequency of various cleaning tasks. If you require special service, you may either request it of the GMW in your building, or you may phone 308-3166.
The University grounds (100 acres including the main campus and Selke Field) are maintained by grounds personnel. The staff manages mowing, trimming, planning/development of irrigation systems, flower planting, and tree pruning/planting. Campus walks, roads and parking lots are plowed by grounds personnel and other crafts people. Entrances to buildings and near-by steps are cleared by the respective building GMW’s. The snow removal policy is based on the intensity and timing of storms. If inadequately cleared or sanded areas are observed, please contact the Facilities Management Office at 308-3166 for assistance.
Recycling is encouraged. Receptacles for aluminum, trash and paper are provided across campus. Any paper without food contamination may be placed unsorted in appropriate containers. Confidential materials are destroyed on a regular basis. Provisions are also made to recycle many other materials, byproducts and waste on campus. This voluntary system of recycling and trash reduction is dependent on your efforts and encouragement of others. Recycling saves the University disposal costs, reduces the need for new resources and improves the environment. Phone 308-3166 for information.
The Energy Management System (EMS) provides computerized control of HVAC systems and much of the exterior lighting on campus. The EMS is programmed to accommodate building schedules which have been provided to Facilities Management by various offices across campus. The schedule is reviewed and revised weekly for special events or changes. Control systems can usually be rescheduled by calling 308-3166 and informing the operating engineer. In general, if you want systems turned on, you must provide a specific time for them to be returned to normal operation. Your care in energy use on campus will save resources and money.
Parking facilities are provided and maintained by Facilities Management. Parking permits and parking enforcement are managed by University Public Safety (308-3453).
Mail is sorted in the Mail room, AS 103. The U.S. and campus mail is then delivered to each building. Outgoing mail is picked up at this time. Freight and packages are delivered to receiving at the Facilities Maintenance Building. These shipments are checked for damage and against copies of purchase orders. This often requires that packages be opened. The material is then delivered. This service is not intended for personal packages. If you expect packages that require special handling or are perishable, contact the Facilities Management Office (308-3166) prior to the expected delivery.
Programs of Interest (308-2145)