Resources for Proctors

Proctor List
Proctor Manual
Self Service Web Portal Instructions

Instructions to configure outlook folders and rules (for example if you want to forward the FAMIS work order opening and closing emails to other users or alternate proctors)
Billing (FAMIS logon)
Signage Request (FAMIS logon)

The Building Proctor Program was instituted by Facilities Management in 1979. A proctor functions as a liaison between a campus building, its occupants, and Facilities Management. Proctors serve as contacts for work requests, maintenance issues, and emergencies, and are responsible for advising and disseminating information to building occupants.

How to Request Service

Submit a Service Request

If you need assistance

Submit a Service Request

The Elevator Shop oversees inspections (performance, quality, safety and code compliance), testing, maintenance, and repairs. It responds to all other elevator issues (entrapments, security, fire fighter operations, and more). 

How to Request Service

Maintenance and Repair:

To report an elevator problem, complete a Service Request or contact the Service Center at 303-492-5522. 

Special Access:

To receive special access to elevators with your Buff OneCard, contact Access Services at 303-492-6609.

Facilities Management removes graffiti from restrooms, locker rooms, and other facilities as needed.

How to Request Service

To report graffiti on campus:

Complete a Service Request or contact the Service Center at 303-492-5522.

Facilities Management maintains all the indoor and outdoor lighting on campus. Our goals are to identify and correct areas needing lighting enhancements and to respond to the need for repairs promptly.

How to Request Service

To report lighting outages, complete a Service Request or contact the Service Center at 303-492-5522.

Facilities Management is charged with implementing and enforcing the campus-wide pest control and pesticide use policy. Our staff is on hand to handle all pest control needs, from traditional pests (ants, roaches, rodents, stinging insects) to wildlife management. We can help you with general indoor pest control; specialized pest control for campus greenhouses and sensitive research labs; wildlife management and relocation; mosquito breeding monitoring and control; safety trainings on West Nile virus, Bird Flu, and other pest control-related hazards; dead animal pick-up and disposal; and reviewing custodial cleaning products for health and environmental impacts. We work closely with public health officials to monitor risks such as bird flu, rabies, and hanta virus.

Our staff is highly trained in integrated pest management (IPM) techniques. IPM is an effective and environmentally-sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interactions with the environment. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage by the most economical means, and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment. The IPM programs take advantage of all pest management options possible, including but not limited to the judicious use of pesticides.

How to Request Service

To get help with pest control, complete a Service Request or contact the Service Center at 303-492-5522.

Facilities Management oversees fabricationand installation of campus signage, including name plates, room numbers, ADA signage, departmental and exterior building signage, campus directional, specialty signs, plastic engraved signs, and die-cut vinyl signs.

How to Request Service

To request a signage quote, complete a Service Request or contact the Service Center at 303-492-5522.

The CU Book Store oversees vending services management. 

How to Request Service

To report issues with vending machines, please call 303-492-7028 or send a message to