Keys for Department of Chemistry students, faculty and staff are issued through the department. The Department of Chemistry occupies space in five buildings: the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building (ISEB), Rowland Hall (RH), Frederick Reines Hall (FRH), Natural Sciences 1 (NSI), and Natural Sciences 2 (NSII). The Chemistry Adminstrative Offices are located on the first floor of Natural Sciences 2. Building keys are issued on a case-by-case basis, based on the person’s office or lab location, and when there is demonstrated need.
The procedure for obtaining keys:
- Fill out the top portion of the key request form found here: Key Request Form. Include the building and room number of the keys you need.
- You do not have to fill out another form if you already have one in the department. Email the key information to the PI for approval.
- Email the form to your faculty advisor, supervisor, or the person who is officially assigned the space and request approval via e-mail confirmation. Please clearly state the room numbers and the space you need access to. All parties should cc: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- After the responsible party approves, you will receive an email from the department notifying you when your keys are ready for pickup.
- You may pick up your keys at the department office (NS2 1120). The department key pick-up hours are between 8 am-12 pm Monday through Friday.
- A cash deposit of $20 per key (cash or check only) is required for all fixed-term appointments (casual/temporary staff, lecturers, visitors, students, and non-senate academics). Payments must be made by cash or check payable to "UC Regents" (preferred) and brought to the department office when keys are picked up.
- You must pick up and return your own keys to the department.
- If work location changes, you may exchange keys with no additional deposit.
Keys for Undergraduate Students:
As undergraduates should not be in lab alone, faculty will need to provide a detailed justification when requesting keys for undergraduate students. Requests are approved on a case-by-case basis, when there is demonstrated need, and a safety plan in place. Undergraduate stockroom workers may be issued keys to the relevant stockroom.