After Hour Requests

After Hours Requests

Urgent Requests for Service after *Standard Business Hours

We know that not all calls for repair service come in during business hours. We also realize that any repair service you request is urgent to you.

Some examples of after hours urgent requests are:

  • Ceiling leaks
  • Blocked & overflowing drains or broken plumbing fixtures
  • Broken (glass) windows
  • Air conditioning failure when the outdoor temperature is 80º(F) or hotter
  • Heating failure when the outdoor temperature is 40º(F) or colder.

Please always submit a work request on line . For urgent repairs after standard business hours or during weekends & holidays contact the Campus Safety Office (972) 721-5305. CSO will contact the on-call maintenance technician. The Campus Safety Office is your primary contact for any Facilities type repair or concern after standard business hours.

Facilities Holidays include:

  • Christmas Day
  • New Years Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Independence Day
  • Memorial Day

*Standard Business Hours: Mondays - Through Fridays 7:30AM to 4:00PM.

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