Cleveland State University depends on a wide variety of equipment to support its mission of providing a quality education for students. Currently, the movable equipment (i.e., non-fixed items value at $5,000 or greater) totaled 5,714 items with a value of over 51 million dollars. The task of recording and accounting for this property is the responsibility or the Property Control Department. This task, however, requires the on-going cooperation of all University departments to ensure accuracy.
Property Control's primary mission is to provide a systematic accounting of all movable equipment at the University. This is necessary to:
- Ensure compliance with University policies and federal and state regulations.
- Identify and monitor all major acquisition and provide a property database for management purposes.
- Provide a control while safeguarding the assets of the University.
Disposal of Obsolete Property: The University encourages the disposal of worn-out or obsolete equipment. Whenever possible, Property Control tries to sell by competitive bid, any items of value. Receipts of these sales are deposited in the University's general fund account.
- Off-Campus Use of University Equipment
- Disposal of State or Federal Property
- Property Control Inventory Change
- Surplus Sale - bids due by 2:00pm on November 17, 2017
Property Control Administrator
Records Management Officer