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KU Edwards After-Hours Campus Access


To describe the policy and procedures for obtaining access to the Edwards Campus during those times the campus is closed (after-hours).

Applies to: 

All faculty and staff

Policy Statement: 

In order for the KU Edwards Campus to provide security for its facilities and a safe environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors, building access must be restricted during those times the campus is closed (after-hours).

 All KU faculty and staff needing after-hours access must complete and submit an After-Hours Access Request Form. If after-hours access is approved, the access will be granted on a continuing basis or for the limited time period needed to complete the faculty research or special project.

After-Hours Request Process:

  • All requests for after-hours access must be made at least two weeks before the needed date(s). The requestor will receive a response by email within two business days.
  • Faculty members should submit their request to the Academic Support Center Director.
  • Staff members should submit their request to the Director of Administrative & Fiscal Services.

Lori Wade, Director
Administrative & Fiscal Services

Approved by: 
Vice Chancellor of the KU Edwards Campus
Approved on: 
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Effective on: 
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)

After-Hours: A time-period when the campus is closed.

Access, After-Hours, Closed
Change History: 

10/11/2018: KUEC Policy & Procedures Committee reviewed; removed visitors from after-hours access; added detailed contact information.
01/17/2017: Uploaded request form in related section.
01/12/2017: Policy added to the KU Policy Library.
12/21/2016: New policy approved by David Cook, Vice Chancellor of the Edwards Campus.

Operational Categories: 
Health & Safety

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