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Key Agreement

The Key Issue Agreement form found below, is used for NNMC Staff and Faculty to be able to request keys to their offices and classrooms. Adjunct Faculty are excluded from receiving keys. Please fill out the form completely, this includes the Keyholder; Position; Department; Banner I.D.; Home address; City; State; Zip; Work Phone; Home Phone; Work Status; and Employee Signature. The form must then be approved by Chair/Director/Supervisor and Dean/Provost. Once the approval is obtained, the original form can be turned in to the Facilities Department. Key(s) will be issued, a member of the Facilities Department will contact you via phone or email to come and sign and pick up your key(s).

Please know that if a Key should be broken, damaged, lost and/or not returned their will be a fee before another key can be replaced and replacement is at the discretion of the Facilities Director.  You must notify the Facilities Department immediately if a key is stolen or lost.

M = Master Key                       $100.00
ISM = Interior Sub Master          $50.00
I = Interior Key                           $35.00
P = Pad Lock                             $25.00

Key Issue Agreement Form

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