Facilities and Damage Billing
Work Orders Each residence hall has a General Maintenance Manager (GMM) assigned to address any facilities issues within the rooms or residence halls itself. This GMM responds to work orders submitted by HRL staff as needed. To submit a work order, please complete the information requested in the work order request on your eRezlife portal. For after hour emergencies please contact the front desk or the RA on duty.
As the Department of Housing and Residence Life begins preparations to close the residence halls for summer break, the process of Damage Billing assessment begins:
- Students sign a Room Condition Report (RCR) upon checking into their room assignment. This is a room inventory form completed by an RA. Students have 48 hours to add anything to the form that was not listed upon check-in. Students who wish to review their RCR may log into their eRezLife portal.
- Students may report any wear and tear they have found in their room through the year by filing a work order. Note: they may still be charged for this repair. Rooms should be left in clean condition (broom-swept) with furniture properly assembled. When the residence halls have closed, the Residence Coordinator will walk-through all rooms with a representative from Facilities Engineering to assess repairs that need to be made and their associated costs.
- The costs of labor and repair materials are determined by the Department of Facilities Engineering and are sent to students via their shu.edu accounts in April each year.
- Costs of the repair are split evenly amongst all roommates unless one particular roommate accepts responsibility for the damage or damage is clearly limited to one roommate's side of the room.
- If a student is assessed a damage billing charge after check-out he/she will receive an email from the Residence Coordinator outlining the charges. Charges for damages will be billed to the student's account.
- Damage billing appeals will be accepted in writing via email to the Residence Coordinator only within five days of receipt of the email outlining the charges. Any appeals received after this deadline will not be reviewed.