Welcome to Facilities at Union Theological Seminary!
Union's Gothic Revival architecture matches the Seminary's impressive theological heritage. In 1910, the Seminary campus, located in Morningside Heights on Broadway, was completed and the Seminary moved into its current location near Columbia University, Teacher's College, Jewish Theological Seminary, and Riverside Church. Students and faculty live on campus, so the Facilities department services everything from campus classrooms to personal dwellings, keeping the hundred-year-old buildings in top shape for generations of students to come.
For students living on campus, the Facilities office is available to assist with countless facilities-based needs. Our extensive staff of friendly engineers is available 24-hours/day to assist with everything from minor household repairs to major facilities-related emergencies. The types of services the Facilities department provides include the following:
- Window repair
- Plumbing repair
- Central air conditioner (Hastings)/radiator repair
- Hot water repair
- Elevator repair
- Stove/refrigerator repair
- Power outage repair
- Dorm room furniture requests
- Bug/pest elimination
You are here to study, learn, and perhaps find your calling. We are here to make your stay as pleasant as possible in this historic landmark–quite a challenge sometimes, but we love the place and hope that you will, too, in part because of us.
For any and all service requests, email email@example.com, or call 212-280-1300. You may also visit the Facilities office located in A39.
Michael Maloney, RPA
Deputy Vice President, Buildings and Grounds
The Information Technology Department plays a pivotal role in the identity of Union Theological Seminary. We manage Union's telecommunications network, computer lab, wireless network, and media equipment, and offer technology-training workshops.
We have made great strides over the previous years, and have a strong commitment to continuing Union's technological advancement. Looking forward, we are focusing our efforts to be an even more responsive and available department. We have also created a centralized base of operations that cohesively binds our technology, telecommunication, and media departments.
Our success is predicated on our open door policy, and one-on-one approach to information/technology support.
Additionally, as we reach future goals, we are committed to maintaining our focus on being an involved campus partner.
Meet the Team
Donald Joshua, Director of Information Technology
Marcus Mortise, Technical Support Specialist
Bassirou Diop, Electronic Media and IT Support