Anchorage Campus – Building Access, Safety and Maintenance
UPD maintains security of all campus buildings. University
Police lock and unlock buildings as scheduled by Facilities Scheduling in
Enrollment Services. During weekdays, contracted custodial services personnel
unlock buildings starting at 6:00 am. Request for access to buildings after
hours or on weekends is coordinated by UPD on a case-by-case basis. University
Police frequently patrol the Anchorage campus and walk through buildings.
The Anchorage campus maintenance staff responds to all requests for repairs. If you need to have University property repaired, please call Facilities Maintenance at 786-6980. For after hour maintenance emergencies, contact University Police at 786-1120. The Campus Safety Committee meets three times a year to review concerns about safety on campus. Building managers and maintenance staff monitor campus facilities and address safety concerns as they arise. Safety concerns may also be directed to Facilities Maintenance or University Police. For example, it would be appropriate to call University Police to report concerns about icy sidewalks. UPD will refer the concerns to the appropriate University department to address. Safety is everyone's business.RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY
The Anchorage campus provides on campus housing for 950 students. Traditional residence halls are secured 24 hours a day and are accessible only by swiping an authorized key card. Apartments also remain locked at all times; only current residents are provided key cards that access their apartments. Access to residential community living spaces is restricted to residents of a specific residence hall or apartment, their escorted guests, and students enrolled in academic courses held in the halls. Residents must escort guests at all times.
University Housing and the Department of Residence Life are available to address students' concerns during normal business hours. In all residential areas, resident advisors are on duty from 5:00 pm to 8:00 am weekdays and 24 hours a day on weekends and University holidays. In the residential facilities, maintenance requests can be called in to University Housing, Dining, and Conference Services at 751-7202. Residents should submit a maintenance request to the Housing Office immediately for services such as smoke detector battery changes or carbon monoxide detector maintenance.
RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY WEAPONS STORAGE
Anchorage Campus Building Access, Safety and Maintenance