Worker Fatigue

We often make light of how little sleep we get on a regular basis. The over-worked / over-tired condition has unfortunately become the norm for many of us. Those employees who work shift-work are particularly susceptible. The affects of fatigue can have an adverse impact on all areas of our lives. Please do what you can to ensure you are getting the proper amount of rest each day.

COVID-19 Update

During the University’s suspension of normal operations we will continue to receive RFS-Facilities web forms. At this time, only emergency projects will be immediately addressed. We define emergency projects as those that affect life safety, impact
building security or prevent property damage. All other requests will be placed on hold until Facilities receives approval from the University’s central administration to proceed with non-emergency projects. At that time, the request will move to the project queue. The current backlog in the project queue is approximately 45 days.

People First, Campus Always

We are the stewards of the University’s physical and operational foundations, which define the campus environment.  We create the campus connections from getting people where they need to go, to building and caring for the spaces where the learning occurs.

We Need Your Help

Please be mindful of what goes down the drain and what should be disposed of in the trash or recycling receptors.  We ask you to refrain from flushing or washing down drains items such as paper towels, feminine products, food, gum, and even those “flushable wipes”. While they claim their products are safe and will break down, these wipes are one of the leading causes of sewer back-ups on campus.