Request for one-time building access during COVID-19 closure

 

Access to academic buildings on campus is restricted during the coronavirus pandemic for personel safety and to reduce the spread of the virus.    

All personnel coming to campus must complete the online COVID-19 Symptom Check for Employees and have been issued a certificate of clearance to work on-site.  

For one-time access to the Jack Baskin Engineering Building, E2, and Westside Research Park, please complete the request form below. One-time access requests to these three buildings are reviewed by Baskin Engineering Assistant Dean Anne Criss. Whenever possible, requests should be submitted with 2 full business days to allow time for review.

For access to the Physical Sciences Building, the Biomedical Sciences Building, and Sinheimer Labs, email your request to PBSci Assistant Dean Sarah Barron (srbarron@ucsc.edu). The email should identify the person requesting access, the business need for entering the building, the rooms the person will enter/work in, and the dates and times the person plans to be in the building.

Please complete this form to request one-time access during the coronavirus pandemic.   

 
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Please select any and all locations that apply.
Which room(s) will you be entering.
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Approximate anticipated duration of access (number of minutes and/or hours)
Faculty should list their department chair. Staff should list their supervisor. Researchers should list their PI or faculty adviser.
Please provide the reason why you need to enter the building. Generally requests to do work in the building that could be done remotely (e.g. computer work) are not considered to be appropriate during the COVID-19 closure unless there are sufficient extenuating circumstances. This request will be evaluated based upon this rational by Baskin School of Engineering Dean's Office. Please allow two business days to evaluate your request.
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