• Complete the Key Request Form.
  • For your convenience, keys may be picked up twenty-four hours a day at the dispatch window located adjacent to the university police office in the physical facilities operations center. Keys may be picked up by the person to whom they are issued only upon presentation of appropriate photo identification.
  • After individual notification, key orders are cut and left for pick-up at the police dispatch office for a period of sixty days, then returned to locking systems and restocked. Students who do not pick them up after sixty days will be assessed a ten dollar restocking charge per individual.
  • You are responsible for all keys signed out in your name. It is not recommended that you give your key to anyone else. If the key is lost or stolen, you will have to pay the fees.
    • All lost and/or stolen keys must be reported to physical facilities locking systems (extension 6162) and the university police department (extension 7123). It is expressly forbidden to loan or trade university keys.
    • It is the responsibility of the key holder to safeguard these items at all times. If the key holder cannot account for the keys, this may result in a loss of key privileges and the key holder may be subject to the charges imposed by the key policy.
  • When an officer no longer needs his or her key, it needs to be returned to the Lockshop. The locking systems office is open from seven a.m. to three p.m., Monday through Friday, and is located in room fifty-eight in the basement of the physical facilities operations center. Keys must be returned by the individual to whom they were issued. When you return a key, you should request a key inventory that shows the return so that you have proof in your records that you've returned it.
  • When students transfer to another department or leave the University's employ, they must personally return all their keys to locking systems. Failure to do so may result in a charge to the department as if the keys were lost or stolen and a financial hold may be placed on the key holder.

If you have any questions about your office keys, please contact Anthony Colucci at apc6@uakron.edu.

Where's My Office?

Student Organization Offices are located in the Student Lounge. Here is a list of all active student organizations and their office numbers:

  • Akron Criminal Justice Society - W-100D
  • Akron Law Federalist Society - W-100E
  • Akron Public Interest Law Society - W-100B
  • American Association for Justice - W-100B
  • American Civil Liberties Union - W-100D
  • Asian-Latino Law Students Association - W-100E
  • Black Law Students Association - W-100B
  • Delta Theta Phi - W-100E
  • Environmental Law Society - W-100F
  • Intellectual Property and Technology Law Association - W-100C
  • International Law Society - W-100C
  • J. Reuben Clark Law Society - W-100F
  • Jewish Law Students Association - W-100D
  • Law Association for Women - W-100D
  • Moot Court Honor Society - W-100B
  • Phi Alpha Delta - W-100C
  • Phi Delta Phi International Law Fraternity - W-100F
  • Sports and Entertainment Law Society - W-100C
  • Student Animal Legal Defense Fund - W-100F
  • Student Bar Association - W-100A

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