- For building policy breaches or building issue incidents happening live-time, please call the SU Building phone: 510-292-7189
- For a live-time incident that is breaking a law on Campus, but there is no physical or property harm or an after that fact law breaking report, please call UCPD non-emergency at 510-642-6760.
- For a live-time incident that is breaking a law on Campus that involves physical or property harm or threat, please call UCPD emergency at 510-642-3333.
LOST AND FOUND
Our building staff takes in lost and found as a courtesy to our guests. We are not responsible for loss, damage to, or recovery of property. Valuables are turned over to the UC Berkeley Police Department on a bi-weekly basis. All other items are kept at the Information Desk for four weeks and then donated.
For Lost and Found recovery, please visit the Information Desk located on the 2nd Floor of the MLK Jr. Building. We are available to assist guests with lost and found during Student Union open hours.
You can report a lost item claim online by clicking the button below:
SUFMO Request Intake forms
Use this form for building residents.
*A building resident is career or student staff that is assigned to office/programming space in the Student Union buildings or spaces operationally supported by the Student Union Facilities Maintenance & Operations team.
*For ASUC allocated spaces, the CalLink access request process will remain the same, i.e., Eshleman 312 suite and Hearst Gym Basement storage cages
Use this form for maintenance/service requests and reporting building issues to the SUFMO departmental email such as: Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Painting, Workstation Support, Carpentry, Locksmith, Signage, Unknown/Multiple, Fire & Life Safety, Security.
Use this form for submitting incident details that involve policy or law breaking activities witnessed and/or experienced in the Student Union areas such as: Personal Injury, Witness to Injury, Theft, Vandalism, Solicitation, Damage to Property, Bldg/Campus Policy Violation, Other.
For building policy breaches or building issue incidents happening live-time, please call the SU Building phone: 510-292-7189
For a live-time incident that is breaking a law on Campus, but there is no physical or property harm or an after that fact law breaking report, please call UCPD non-emergency at 510-642-6760.
For a live-time incident that is breaking a law on Campus that involves physical or property harm or threat, please call UCPD emergency at 510-642-3333.
Use this form for sending operational support requests to the SUFMO departmental email such as: Alarm (New), Audio/Visual, Camera (New), Cardreader (New), Copier/Printer Setup, Data Activation, Moving Services, New Furniture, New Program Feasibility, New Workstation Request, Security Program, Space Planning, Space Reconfiguration, Desk Telephone Request, SU Mail Room.
FAQs section has the following information:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION SPACE ALLOCATIONS
Space is allocated in Eshleman Hall and Hearst Gym through the ASUC Student Government. Please visit the ASUC by clicking here to begin the application process.
Allocations are made based on how long each student org has existed, what kind of student group it is, and what needs the group has for space. The most updated spaces allocations can be viewed by clicking button below.
THE GREEN TEAM
The ASUC Student Union Green Team works to develop a comprehensive zero waste program for the ASUC buildings by overseeing vendor waste and sourcing practices, developing educational initiatives, and conducting research on the campus’s waste streams. By integrating a culture of sustainability within the ASUC buildings, the Green Team hopes to progress toward the University of California’s Zero Waste by 2020 goals, as well as the new campus-wide target of eliminating all non-essential single-use plastic by 2030. The Green Team works under the Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC) Zero Waste Research Center and partners with the ASUC body, facilities management, building vendors, and other environmental organizations on many of its projects.
Zero Waste Buildings Project
In April 2020, UC Berkeley committed to a comprehensive plastic policy, which eliminates all non-essential single-use plastic by 2030. This target was adopted by Chancellor Carol Christ, is the most comprehensive ban of plastic by an institution, and is the country’s strongest ban on single-use plastic. Here’s a UC Berkeley article (read by clicking here) that announces this policy.