Weber State Keys & FAQs
Grand Master: A key that operates multiple locks for multiple buildings.
Building Master: A key that operates all locks within a single building.
Department Master: A key that operates all locks within a single department.
Department Sub Master: A key that operates a limited subgroup of locks within a single department.
Individual: A key that operates one lock or two locks that are keyed alike within a building.
Building Entrance: A key that operates outside doors only. This key is classified as a” Sub Master”.
Getting HelpThe Facilities Management Business Office provides training and assistance in a number of areas including help with completing forms, carrying out procedures, or interpreting key policy PPM 5-44. Call the Business Office at 801-626-6331 or email them today.
DUPLICATING KEYS AND CHANGING LOCKS
State of Utah law prohibits the removal/installation of locking mechanisms or the duplication of any Weber State University key by anyone other than the University Key Office. WSU uses ASSA high security cylinders and keys to increase security and provide excellent key control. ASSA High Security Lock Company holds utility and design patents and will initiate a lawsuit against anyone (individual or company) who duplicates its keys except for its registered agent. The WSU Lock Shop is the only registered agent to make keys used by the University.
Door locks may only be removed or changed by the University locksmiths.