Custodial Services

Custodial Services

The Facilities & Operations Department provides custodial services as a funded services for University of Miami buildings. Each building has a scheduled custodial services program which is created based on the unique needs of the building in question.

Addition reactive custodial services are offered when requested including:

  • Clean-up of spills in public areas
  • Dry Erase markers for classrooms
  • Sanitization of areas following a toiler overflow

To request additional or scheduled services please submit an service request online here

In order to provide the highest level of service of possible the University has set specifications for custodial services based on APPA level standar


For specific questions on cleaning schedules and funded versus non-funded items please contact facilities management directly at or via phone at 305-284-8282

Housing and Residential Facilities

Custodial services in housing and residential facilities are provided by Facilities & Operations. Our department ensures routine maintenance and cleaning of public area such as:

  • Hallways
  • Stairwells
  • Common Rooms
  • Lobby Areas

We do not provide cleaning services to student dormitories or residential areas - occupants are expected to handle custodial related issues themselves.

Our department does not provide cleaning equipment (mops, vacuum cleaners, buckets, etc.) to students or residents.

For questions, concerns, or additional information please contact facilities at or via phone at 305-284-8282.

Coral Gables Service Requests

Facilities Work Control - 1535 Levante avenue Coral Gables, FL 33146
Hours: 24/7 - 365
Phone: 305-284-8282
Online: Click Here to begin placing a service requestService Request

Rosenstiel Service Requests

Facilities Work Control - 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway Key Biscayne, FL 33149 
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Phone: 305-421-4815 or 305-421-4066
For after hours requests, please contact Campus Safety at 305-710-7991
Online: Click Here to begin placing a service requestService Request