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Desktop Services: Moving Offices - Your Telephone & Computer

Please use this form when moving offices on campus.

You are responsible for moving your computer, monitor, keyboard, mouse, desktop printer, and any other computer related equipment. Please note your equipment in the form below so CIT can track where your equipment is located. CIT will help with computer moves only in certain cases. If you need help moving these items please specify in the "Any additional comments" area below.

IMPORTANT: Please do NOT move your actual phone set into your new office. 
If a phone is needed in your new office, CIT will either install a new phone set or move your old phone for you.  There are important programming options that will be lost if you attempt to move the phone yourself that could cause you to be without a phone for a couple of days.

Please complete and submit all sections of this form at least 5 business days prior to your moving day.

Requestor Name (who is submitting the form):

Name (who is moving offices):

Current Office location:

Current Phone extension:

Additional Information:

When are you moving? mm/dd/yy

New Office location:

Telephone Move Information

Department GL-number (for charging long distance calls): 1-1- -50380

Is the office you are moving to currently empty?

If the office is not empty, is the current occupant remaining in this office?
If the current occupant is leaving this office, please make sure to fill out another Office Move form for that person.

Do you need a bridged appearance on your new phone?

Do you need additional phone lines (digital or analog) for devices such as fax machines or modems?

If yes, please specify your needs:

Any additional telephone comments:

Computer Move Information

Are you moving a computer (laptop or desktop)?

What is the asset number of the computer you are moving?

Are you moving any peripherals (monitor, external drives, etc.)? If so, please describe them and list their asset numbers (if applicable):

Any additional computer comments: