School of Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine

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Facilities and Support Services/Information Office

1102 Scott Hall
P. (313) 577-1460
F. (313) 577-2466

BOB GAGNIER, Space Planner
P. 313-577-0372
email: rgagnier@med.wayne.edu

KRISTA MITCHELL, Facilities Coordinator
P. 313-577-9028
email: kmitchel@med.wayne.edu

SHERYL MACGILLIS, Facilities Coordinator
P. 313-577-1446
email: smacgill@med.wayne.edu

 

ATM: An ATM machine is located in the main lobby of Scott Hall across from the elevators.

AUDIO/VISUAL SERVICES: Any AV needs such as projectors, overheads or videotaping can be coordinated through AV Services or by calling (313) 577-1490.

BUILDING ISSUES, CONCERNS AND REQUESTS: Heating, cooling, lighting, plumbing, painting or any other building concerns can be brought to the attention of the Facilties Office by calling (313) 577-1460.

CAFETERIA:  The Cafeteria is located on the first floor on the west side of the building.  The Cafeteria is open for breakfast from 7:30am until 10:00am and for lunch from 11:00am till 1:30pm.  For more information contact the AVI office at (313) 577-4555. 

COMPUTER SUPPORT: All computer-related problems should be directed to the Medical School Information Systems Help Desk by calling (313) 577-1527, or emailing helpdesk@med.wayne.edu.

CONFERENCE ROOM SCHEDULING: In addition to a state-of-the-art training facility, the School of Medicine is fully equipped to host a variety of educational events. Meeting rooms can accommodate groups of 20-250. Contact fssrooms@med.wayne.edu to request a room.

Conference room keys can be signed out at and returned to the information window at 1102 Scott Hall.  There is an after-hours drop box located on the front counter for your convenience. Students must first obtain approval from Student Affairs before requesting conference room reservations.

COPY SERVICES:  Kinko’s is located at 2276 Scott Hall.  Operating hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am till 4:30pm.  Request for service can be made by calling (313) 577-1031. For more information on Kinko's campus locations and services, visit https://psg.kinkos.com/waynestate/.

COURIER SERVICE: The courier delivers mail between the School of Medicine Campus and the Main Campus of Wayne State University.  The courier delivers to the Academic and Administration Building, Faculty Administration Building and other select locations on this twice-daily run. The courier WILL NOT handle hazardous/biological materials or personal packages/mail.

DRY ICE: The dry ice box is located inside the dock area next to shipping and receiving at Scott Hall.  Dry ice is provided to all research departments for use on experiments and in labs. To obtain dry ice, visit room 1102 Scott Hall to obtain the key. The key is signed out and returned when done.  After business hours, the key is available for signout at the guard's desk. Dry ice is also delivered to the receiving docks at Lande, Elliman and Mott Center.

EMERGENCY AND SAFETY PROCEDURES: Emergencies, disasters, accidents, injuries, and crimes can occur without warning at any time. Being prepared to handle unexpected emergencies is everyone's responsibility. View Emergency and Safety Procedures.

INTER-OFFICE/U.S. MAIL: There is a U.S. Mailbox located on each floor of Scott Hall near the elevators.  U.S. Mail is picked up at approximately 4:00 p.m. each day.  Interoffice mailboxes are located in room 1309 Scott Hall.  If you have concerns, please contact the Facilities office at (313) 577-1460.

KEY REQUESTS: Key request forms are used by department and medical school employees to request new keys and key cores.  All key requests for the School of Medicine buildings are turned in to the Facilities and Support Services (FSS) office for approval and processing. 

LAUNDRY SERVICES: Laundry services covers laundry for approved departments.  Laundry service request forms can be obtained from the Information Office, 1102 Scott Hall.   Take laundry (i.e. lab coats) to Shipping and Receiving before 5:00pm on Tuesday. The white canvas laundry cart is located in the bay area of Shipping and Receiving at Scott Hall.

LOST AND FOUND:  Lost and Found is located at the Information Office window, 1102 Scott Hall.

ONECARDS:  The WSU OneCard offers a "cashless" environment to its cardholders by debiting funds from their account. The card can be used for parking, door access, copying and printing services, as well as food and bookstore purchases. For more information on the OneCard and its uses, visit the WSU OneCard site.

School of Medicine Faculty, Staff, Medical Students, and Graduate Students may obtain a OneCard by visiting Biomedical Communications in 1367 Scott Hall, during the following times:
    TUESDAY                1:00pm - 4:00pm
    FRIDAY                   9:00am - 11:00am

  • Applicant completes ONE CARD APPLICATION.
  • Technician verifies information in SIS/HRS System.
  • Photo Image is captured and transmitted to One Card Center.
  • Card is printed and forwarded to Scott Hall.  (Note: This will take approximately 1 to 2 business days.)
  • Applicant picks up card at Information Office, 1102 Scott Hall.
  • Applicants requiring access to the card readers at any School of Medicine buildings should complete CARD KEY ACCESS REQUEST FORM available at the Information Office.  After this request is approved, applicant will need to take their One Card to WSU Public Safety at 5454 Cass for encoding. 

PARKING:  Employee parking is available in Parking Structure 4 on Canfield.  Visitor parking is available in the surface lot on Canfield, payable upon entry. Additional campus parking information can be found at http://parking.wayne.edu.

SECURITY: The Security desk (phone (313) 577-1110) is located in the main lobby of Scott Hall. In case of emergency, contact WSU Police at 7-2222. Anyone entering Scott Hall without proper identification must sign in. After 6:00pm, all persons entering the building must show proper identification (i.e. OneCard or hospital ID). Guests accompanying persons with proper ID after 6:00pm must sign in. Please be prepared to show your One Card or hospital ID at all times. All medical and graduate students must card swipe for entry to Scott Hall after 6:00 p.m.

SMOKING AREAS:  Wayne State University and the School of Medicine are smoke-free environments.

TELEPHONE SERVICE AND VOICE MAIL REQUESTS: Telephone Service/Voice Mail Request forms must be completed to transfer/install phone and data lines.

  • TSR/VMX forms should be downloaded, printed, completed, and delivered to the FSS office.
  • Forms must be completed and returned to the FSS office and must include an account number and department administrator signature at the top.