Submitting a Service
(At any point
in the process you may click on the back button of your browser to
clear the form and start over.)
To submit a work
request, Select a "Campus Area", then specific building. Fill in the required information and click "Submit".
Includes: Robert Purcell & Appel Commons
Includes: Campus Dining Units Not located in a building listed in another area (e.g. not in a Community Center, Residence Hall, etc.)
Includes: All University owned Cooperatives
Collegetown Residences and Graduate Housing
Includes: Cascadilla, Sheldon Court, 112 Edgemoore, Schuyler House, Hasbrouck Apts, Maplewood Apts, Hughes,
and Thurston Court.
Includes: Akwe:kon, Anna Comstock, Balch, Court, Dickson, Donlon,
Ecology House, Jameson Hall, High Rise 5, Low Rise 6, Low Rise 7,
HILC, JAM, Mews, Risley, Townhouses, Townhouse Community Center, and
Includes: 14 South Ave., Baker North, Baker South, Baker Tower, Becker House, Bethe House, Boldt Hall and Tower, Cook House,
Founders, Keeton House, Mennen, Lyon, McFaddin, Class Halls, 112 Edgemoor, Cascadilla
and Rose House
Click on the next button >> and you will be prompted to "Select
Choose a building from the dropdown list and highlight it by clicking
Click the next button >> to continue to the "Service Request"
window. You will be prompted to fill in the required fields. Please
make sure your room number and email are correct.
A red * indicates all required information.
Next enter the description of the work you would like to have completed.
Please enter only one repair per request.
When you have finished entering your request, click the "Submit"
When you hit the submit button you will see a copy of the request
along with a "Request Number".
You will also receive an e-mail that will indicate your request number
on the subject line. This number should be kept for future reference
when making inquiries about a service request.
Work Orders submitted via this system take the following course:
1. The request is sent to Facilities Management for review. The request
will either be "Accepted" or "Denied" at this
point. An e-mail will then be sent to the requestor indicating the
status. Accepted" service requests are assigned a Work Order
number then sent to the appropriate supervisor and scheduled.
3. If your service
request is "Denied" an e-mail will be generated indicating
the reason why (i.e. duplicate request, not enough information provided,
etc.) You may resubmit the request with the additional information
or call Campus Life Facilities for more details.
4. The requestor
will be notified of any change in the status of the work (i.e. assigned,
transferred to PDC, on hold, complete).