Centennial Campus Room B229 ~ Downtown Studio Room N103 ~ Rampart Range Room N111
Administrative functions ONLY available at Centennial Campus - Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Using your staff/faculty email, send a message to FacilitiesEvents@ppcc.edu.
*Work Orders should be submitted (by faculty and staff) to request keys or work done
When you submit a WO, SchoolDude automatically generates email notifications to update you of: work order number, assignment to trade technician, labor updates, etc. If our tech needs more information, they'll be able to contact you directly. More information regarding how requests are created and routed available in the buttons below.
We take great pride in our quality of service but we need your help to be our eyes and ears on the ground.
Any Pikes Peak Community College property that is deemed no longer needed should be disposed of thru the college property disposal process per State of Colorado Administrative Regulation 450-03. Based on condition of property, the item can be reused for other departments, recycled for parts or donated/sold. A complete list of disposal options is available on the Property Disposal Process Instructions.
Once a disposal method is determined, a Property Disposal Form will need to be filled out and signed by the department's dean or director. PPCC Perkins Representative's signature is required for property purchased with Perkins funds. ITSS signature required for disposal of any electronics. Fill out a GENERAL Property Disposal Form for furniture, bookcases, filing cabinets etc. If you are disposing of mobile phones, cancel service, clear all personal data and fill out the CELL PHONES Property Disposal Form.
* Note: All disposal forms must be followed by a Work Order Request scheduling a time/place for pick up of item(s)*
Pikes Peak Community College has contracted with Shred-It Shredding Service to provide on-site proper document destruction of confidential, or sensitive, college related material.
Shred-It is NAID certified and documents are secured in locked bins until leaving campus grounds. Learn more about What Can and Cannot Be Shredded to ensure appropriate collection.
Bins are placed inside office areas to provide additional security of document's storage. To find the closest Bin/Console near you please review the Campus Maps page, scroll down to the Services Maps area for the campus of choice.
The 3rd Leave-No-Trace Principle of disposing of waste properly when visiting the
great outdoors inspired this program. We encourage students, faculty, and instructors
to take any trash or recyclables they brought into the classroom back out to the hallway
to dispose of in a waste station. Please wait until the end of class to avoid disrupting
the learning environment. This program does not change waste collection in laboratories.
Here are the triple-bottom-line benefits of this program:
For more information visit PPCC Sustainability landing page
Capital Development & Construction
Facility Repairs (Electrical, Mechanical, Structural, HVAC/Plumbing...)
Users moves (space allocations related moves)
Minor user improvements (settling into new workspace)
Snow Removal/Ice Control
State employees can request to reserve the use of our staff vehicle (at Facilities front desk) with a few days' notice. Vehicle is reserved on a first come, first serve basis. *Note: we reserve the right to cancel reservations if a snow day is called - vehicle will be in use on snow duties*
Please take a moment to review the Reservation and Use of State Vehicles form prior to planning your trip. Facilities will need to retain a copy of the drivers' license on file.
A Trip Transit Form will need to be filled out by the driver, and is available at Facilities & Operations Front Desk. A Vehicle Pre-Trip Inspection Worksheet is also encouraged.
We are dedicated to student success and to making a positive impact in the lives of our employees, and personnel, throughout the PPCC community.
Resolute: Purposeful, Determined, Unwavering
Objective: Intentional, unbiased
Committed: Loyal to the mission
Knowledge: Practical, Understanding