Key Pick Up and Return

Key Return Schedule for Students

The Access Control Office is located in room 140 Chase Hall.

Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30 pm. Sunday hours may be offered at the beginning and end of the school year.

Faculty and Staff may request keys and additional access with this form.

If you are requesting keys and additional access for students, please use the link above, “After Hours Access”.


Key Pick Up

Key pick up is in room 140 Chase Hall, outside Chase Lounge.

Fall 2015

The general return date for upper class students is Sunday, September 6th. Please check back for office hours. The first board plan meal for the Fall 2015 semester is the evening meal on Monday, September 7th.

Please report id cards lost over the summer to: http://www.bates.edu/access/request-a-replacement-card/
A replacement card will be available when you return to campus.

You are the only person who may pick up your key. We do not issue keys to siblings, room mates, friends or leave in mail boxes or at security. If you are not able to arrive within office hours, you may call Security when you arrive at your dorm to be let into your room. You are allowed one no charge lock out per semester. Security may be busy with other lockouts after office hours, please be patient.

 


Key Return

All College keys are due Sunday, May 31st. The charge for an unreturned key is $100.

You are responsible for returning your keys at the end of your school year. Don not leave keys in your room. Do not expect someone else to return them for you or give them to someone for their use. If Chase Hall is closed when you attempt to return your keys, you may return them to the Security Office at 245 College Street.

Because of summer events on campus, lock changes will begin June 2nd.

If you forgot to return your keys before you left campus, please contact the Access Control Office at snattres@bates.edu. The keys may be mailed to: Access Control Office, Chase Hall,  56 Campus Ave, Lewiston, ME 04240. Please use a padded envelope so the keys do not tear through the envelope while in the mail system.