Use the Facilities Operations Customer Request Form located here to request service from the Facilities Operations departments including Maintenance, Housekeeping, Utilities and Energy (UES) and Landscaping and Natural Resources (LNR). Anyone can and should report any issues that they see in common areas (including outside) and do not need to include an account number for these issues. Chargeable projects that a department is requesting should be made by a person who is authorized on that account.
This page is for routine maintenance requests only. Please do not enter emergency requests through this form. An emergency request is a time sensitive situation such as inoperative elevator, toilets running over, power out, or an alarm that will not turn off. In a non-life threatening emergency, call the Work Control Center 24/7 anytime day or night. (407) 823-5223
If you are reporting a life threatening emergency, call 911 immediately! Examples are but not limited to: elevator entrapment, fire, traffic accidents, etc.
If you are having trouble resolving a facilities request after putting in a Facilities Operations work order, our team can assist with escalating the requests.
The Dean, Director, or Chair or the Responsible Fiscal Officer will designate one employee to be a Property Custodian for each department or project for which they hold responsibility. Each Property Custodian is responsible for identifying university property and maintaining the property records for a department or project.
UCF Surplus offers the campus community the opportunity to “adopt” items that have been placed on the list for disposal for a period of ten (10) business days from the date of initial entry. If your department or project is in need of an item, we encourage you to check out the available list here and to check back frequently as the list changes daily. Your department’s Property Custodian will need to initiate the adoption process. See list below for the list of COS department’s Property Custodians.
Property items that are being surplussed from a research or classroom laboratory will need to go through the EH&S decontamination process, explained here.
|COS Dean’s Office/COSAS||Raevaun Clarke/Jennifer Steele|
|Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA)||Jane Ingalls|
|Forensic Science||Judith Stout|
|Lou Frey Institute||Laura Stephenson|
|Nicholson School of Communication & Media||Debbie Doyle|
|Political Science||Nick Schenk|
|Sociology||Shannon Cajigas & Tami Pullin|