The following are the many services provided by the Main Office. For new requests, complete the corresponding google form found in the links below.
The email address email@example.com is used to communicate with the Main Office about hiring work-study students, inviting visiting scholars, checking the status of your service request, or submitting any inquiries.
Building Access/Cardkey Activation:
To request building access, please fill out the Evans Hall Building Access form
To request office keys, please fill out the Office Keys form
To request for office renovations/refresh, i.e. shampoo, paint, cleaning, recycling bins, etc., please fill out the Office Maintenance form
Facility & Building Maintenance:
Non-Emergency Requests (i.e., lamp in multi-lamp area is out, loose toilet seat, non-offensive graffiti, room is warm/stuffy, etc.), please fill out the Facilities Request form
Emergency - Urgent Same Day Requests (i.e., someone is stuck in the elevator, toilet is overflowing, offensive graffiti, significant security and/or safety risk, etc.), please contact the FS Customer Service Center at 510-642-1032 x1
See staff in the Main Office room 530 during office hours. Outside these times, please call the general Xerox service line at 1-800-821-2797
To request moving of equipment, office furniture, phone line, please fill out the Moving Services form
Laptops and Projector Needs:
To borrow laptops, projectors, computer peripherals & accessories, etc., please fill out the Equipment Request form
Access to room 506 or One-Time Room Access:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a reservation for room 506
Work-Study Student Hiring:
Email email@example.com to get a copy of the Student Hiring form
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a copy of the Department Visiting form
Mail Pick-up & Delivery
See staff in the Main Office room 530 durring office hours or email email@example.com to inquire about the status of your mail/packages
The Emergency Assembly Area (EAA) Location is the lawn area west of Evans Hall, between Evans Hall and University Drive. Please go here as an assembly point in case of emergency. This is our meeting point for fire drills as well.
To view the Building Emergency Plan for Evans Hall, please click on this document.
Staying Safe on Campus:
UC Berkeley Safety Resources:
WarnMe Emergency Alert Service: WarnMe can alert you by phone, text message, or email—you choose the best ways to reach you.
FIRE DRILL PROTOCOL:
Did You Know? Fire drills are required by California Fire Code to be conducted once a year in your high rise building.
Some things to keep in mind anytime you hear the fire alarm sound:
Always evacuate the building immediately! Close your office or lab door and take your keys with you.
Know at least 2 exits from your building, just in case one of them is obstructed in an emergency.
Once you have exited the building, proceed to your designated Emergency Assembly Area.
Do not re-enter the building until a public safety official allows it.
Always take the stairs if you are located on the upper levels. Never attempt to take an elevator when the fire alarm has activated.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the campus Fire Prevention Division at firstname.lastname@example.org