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Project Request Process

Project Timeline

If you are a member of the Student Development Division, please go to this information sheet to learn about your Division specific project request process.

If you are a member of any other Division, please use the Project Request Form to submit a project to University Facilities.  Provide all required information on the form. Once received, the project will be logged into the system and a Project Manager or Interior Designer will contact the initiator to set up a meeting, if necessary, to discuss the project request. 

All Project Request Forms (PRF) must be reviewed and approved by a Dean, Vice President, Associate Vice President, or an approved agent for the funding source.

If you have questions, send an email to or call Chuck Rogers at x8603.

Fast Facts

What is considered a project?

Projects include any modification or addition to existing campus buildings, including new furniture or fixed equipment. A project can also be a study, a budget, or a germ of an idea… anything that will require, or can benefit from, design or construction.

What is considered a work request?

Building components (i.e., doors or plumbing fixtures) or systems (i.e., HVAC or electrical) that need repair should be submitted as a Work Request

Who do I contact for furniture repair?

Furniture needing repair should be submitted as a Work Request and will be directed to an interior designer. Emergency furniture repairs can be directed to Becky Brooks at x1888.

What about emergencies or safety concerns?

Repairs that are emergencies or pose an immediate safety risk should be directed to University Facilities at x8600 or the Police Department at x8715.