Service Requests

Please report urgent matters & building emergencies by phone:


7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

(414) 229-4742

(414) 229-2691

Nights & Weekends

3:30 p.m. – 7 a.m.

(414) 229-4652

(414) 229-9911

Non Emergency Building Requests

All work requests for general building issues (e.g. clogged toilet, broken lock, temperature issue) should be submitted through the iServiceDesk button, below.

Questions can be directed to the Work Order Center:
(414) 229-4742
(414) 229-2691

University Housing

University Housing residents can submit general work requests (e.g. loft builds, pest problems, clogged toilet, broken lock) through the University Housing request form.

Notice about building temperatures: In accordance with Governor Jim Doyle’s Executive Order 132 dated November 21, 2005, the Department of Administration issued guidelines related to temperature, humidity, hours of operation and other variables that affect energy usage. The main focus of the regulations is thermostat settings, which will be 68 degrees in the winter (60 degrees during unoccupied hours) and 76 degrees in the summer. The regulations also require that room lights and office equipment be turned off when not in use and prohibits the use of space heaters and fans.

Permitted Requestor Form & Related Information

webTMA Permitted Requester Form

UBR List

Submit Service Request

Requests for work should be submitted through the webTMA request portal. The request portal is designed to provide a user-friendly mechanism to report facility issues and interact with the Facility Services Department.

Login Information

Key Requests can be completed by authenticating with your webTMA login.

  • Service Requests and Chargeable Work Order Requests DO NOT require a login.
  • Please note that your ePantherID and password are NOT the login credentials for webTMA. If you have a webTMA login and have forgotten your password, please contact the Work Order Center.
  • In order to have an webTMA login set up, your UBR must approve your access. Please have your UBR fill out the UBR Permitted Requestors form and email it to:
Work Order Center
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