Campus Services

Campus Services performs a vital role in the operation of the Bend, Redmond, Madras & Prineville COCC Campuses. Campus Services is available to help with services from building and grounds maintenance, facility and campus ADA shuttle services.

Contact Campus Services

PHONE: 541-383-7237
HOURS: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
SUMMER HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.


Facility Services Resources

Capital Projects

Click link to visit Capital Projects page, and access FAC Modification Request form. 

Cat Gardner - Administrative Assistant
Phone:541-383-7237
Email:cgardner6@cocc.edu

Vehicle & Event Resources

Brian Baker - Operations Coordinator

bbaker8@cocc.edu

Phone: 541-383-7778


 

Building Maintenance

  • Heating and Cooling
  • Plumbing
  • Mechanicals
  • Building support (painting, carpentry, plumbing)
  • Electrical concerns
  • Floor repair/installs
  • Interior signage

Kelly Ruebush - Assistant Director of Campus Services, Facility Maintenance Supervisor

Phone: 541-383-7237 - Campus Services

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Middleton Science Center Study Area

Custodial

  • Custodial Services
  • Recycling

For Custodial Services or Inquiries Please Call 541-383-7237 or Submit a Work Ticket

Custodial Phone: 541-383-7267


Grounds

  • Grounds maintenance
  • Event Set-ups
  • Snow removal
  • Classroom and office moves

Mike Beaulieu - Supervisor
Phone: 541-330-4373
Email: mbeaulieu@cocc.edu

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Sustainability and Energy Management


Noelle Copley 
Phone:541-383-7779

EMAIL: ncopley@cocc.edu


Integrated Pest Management

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IPM stands for “Integrated Pest Management”, a common-sense strategy that focuses on long-term solutions to pest problems based on a better understanding of pest biology with minimum impact on human health and the environment. As an Oregon community college, COCC is mandated to follow and abide by state IPM laws.

In an IPM approach, pesticides are not relied upon as the only response to a pest problem, but are part of an integrated approach with other tactics. When needed, only low-impact products are used.

IPM solutions are based on an understanding of pest biology and behavior.

Key concepts:

  • Long-term solutions.
  • Prevention and avoidance through pest barriers such as window screens, caulked cracks, door sweeps, and good sanitation.
  • Monitoring and identification of pests.
  • Treatment: A combination of mechanical (traps), physical (removal), and when necessary, chemical methods.

The complete IPM Master Plan for COCC can be found here.

Questions? Contact:

Mike Beaulieu
Assistant Director of Campus Services
Integrated Pest Management Coordinator
Central Oregon Community College
2600 NW College Way, Bend, OR 97703
541-330-4373

 

Also see:
Campus Safety - for information about campus parking, safety or security concerns, emergency procedures, access to buildings, OSHA compliance, ergonomic assessment and hazardous waste disposal.

Lost and Found - Admission & Records in Boyle Education Center.