The new employee's supervisor should send an e-mail request for any key, locknetics key fob (an electronic access system used for some teaching labs and conference rooms) or building Prox access directly to Katherine Reynolds, email@example.com.
The request should include: the individual’s name and EID, and exactly which buildings and rooms s/he will have access to.
Once the request is received from the employee's supervisor, a key authorization form may be picked up from the SBS reception desk in NHB 2.600, and taken to the UT Locks and Keys office on 24th St. Key fobs may also be picked up in NHB 2.606.
If building access includes BME, MBB, NHB, or NMS, the student or employee's UT ID card (must be prox-enabled through the UT ID center) will be activated to serve as a Proximity Access card.
In cases where a person needs only temporary access, such as a teaching assistant, an undergraduate lab assistant or a rotating graduate student, the supervisor (or instructor) should include an expiration date for the building or room access.
Requests for access to buildings using the Prox system will be routed to the appropriate building manager. For troubleshooting or questions, contact:
BME Prox Access: Chris Cooper, firstname.lastname@example.org , BME 3.314A, 512-850-6571
MBB Prox Access:Meredith Bethune, email@example.com, MBB 1.220, 471-1156
NHB and NMS Building Prox Access: Mando Solis, firstname.lastname@example.org NMS 1.308, 475-7903
All Keys for interior doors and rooms in ACA, BIO, BME, PAI, PAT, NMS or WEL: Katherine Reynolds, email@example.com NHB 2.646, 232-5685
Locknetics:Kyle Schmidlin, firstname.lastname@example.org NHB 2.606, 471-2761