To review the College's Key Policy in full, please click on the green button above labeled Key Control Policy and Request Form.
Those seeking a key to any College-owned, leased, or rented facility, office, or equipment (including desks, cabinets, etc.) must fill out the "Key Request Form," which can be found on the last page of the College's Key Policy. The form must be filled out accurately and completely and must be signed by the appropriate key signatory (refer to the types of key authorization required) and the party requesting the key prior to submitting the form to Campus Safety. Unsigned forms will be returned to the sender.
- All persons issued York College keys shall, at all times, be held responsible and accountable for their keys and shall not transfer or loan their keys to another individual.
- All personnel who are issued keys by the College are required to return all keys prior to the completion of their employment. Keys will be dropped off at the Campus Safety office during business hours.
Lost or Stolen Keys
- Lost or stolen keys must be reported immediately to Campus Safety (ext. 1403).
- An incident report will be generated documenting the circumstances of the loss. You will be required to complete the Lost Key Report Form and a new Key Control Policy and Request Form.
- Replacement keys will not be issued unless an incident report has been completed.
- Replacement keys take two weeks to be cut and made available for issuance.
Lost Key Charges
|Lost key charges are as follows:
|Great Grand Master
|Department or Lab Master
|Single Lock or Building Entrance
|Lock Core plus labor charges
NOTE: Lost key charges will be refunded if keys are found and turned in to the Campus Safety office within 30 days after being reported lost.
If the lock-core must be changed for security reasons, actual costs of re-keying will be determined by the campus locksmith and the cost may be charged to the department originally authorizing the keys and/or the individual to whom the keys were issued.
A request to have the lock-core changed can be initiated by a Vice President, Dean, or Department Chair after consultation with the locksmith and the Director of Campus Safety.