Forms Campus Facilities Customer Service Request Campus Facilities services diverse needs across campus, including maintenance, custodial, event setup and sign production among many others. To request service, please visit the Customer Service Request page. Property Registration By registering your property you increase your chances of getting your property back if it is lost or stolen. You can register your electronic property (cell phone, laptop(s), tablets, etc), bicycles, or any other valuable property with a serial number. Bicycle Registration meets the City of Columbia Ordinance. Temporary Use of Facilities Event Services/Operations handles the scheduling of some outside facilities. Click here for the specific details and link to our on-line request form. Alcoholic Beverages on University Property The use or possession of any alcoholic beverage is prohibited on all University property, except in the residences of the President and Chancellors and in designated facilities, and for single events or reoccurring similar events where the sale, use or possession of alcohol may be allowed by appropriate University approval, subject to all legal requirements. The department or organization making a request to use alcoholic beverages on the MU campus must submit a University of Missouri Request to Use Alcoholic Beverages on University Property form to Event Services/Operations, at least one week prior to the date of intended use. If permission to sell alcohol is being requested, this also requires a state liquor license. In those cases, at least two weeks is needed. Gameday Distribution Form For political campaigning, leafleting, signs or displays on gamedays, you must complete and return the Gameday Distribution Form. Street Use Closure Form If your organization’s event takes up space on city or campus roads, you will need to file a street closing form.Forms are available in the Org office or here. All street closure request should be submitted at least 8 weeks prior to the date of the event. Motion Picture/Video/Film or Photography The University of Missouri-Columbia, which houses the state of Missouri’s film office, understands the importance of the film industry to the state’s economy. If film and video producers, directors and their crew wish to use University property to produce films, television shows (including series and documentaries) movies, commercials, and other media, the University will make its decision based on the procedures and criteria outline in the request form.