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Lost and Found

Misplaced your sunglasses or a book? Information about the Lost and Found Policy is available online or by contacting the Information Desk. Want more information? Want to report a lost item? Contact the Information Desk at 602-543-6285.

If we have received an item and it matches your description, we will do our best to contact you. Please be as descriptive as possible so that we can distinguish your item from the many similar items we receive. Please note: You will only be contacted if we believe that we have received your item. Proper identification and a physical description is required to claim items from the Lost and Found.

Items that are kept for 60 days:

  • Backpacks
  • Bags such as purses, camera bags, and duffel bags
  • Binders, folders, and notebooks
  • Books such as textbooks and course readers
  • Cell Phones
  • Clothing such as gloves, jackets, pants, shirts, skirts, and sweaters
  • Electronics such as calculators, headphones, computer cords, and handheld radio/music players
  • Flash Drives
  • Glasses including prescription and reading
  • Hats
  • Identification cards and credit cards
  • Jewelry such as bracelets, earrings, necklaces, rings, and watches
  • Keys
  • Sunglasses
  • Wallets
  • Any other items of value or importance

Please note: Due to limited storage, random papers and photographs are disposed of.

Items that are disposed of immediately because they are not sanitary:

  • All undergarments and clothing of a personal nature
  • All personal hygiene items such as hair clips, hair brushes, make-up, lotions, and hair products
  • All footwear items such as shoes, sandals, socks, high heels
  • All contacts, contact solutions, and ear plugs
  • All towels or cloths of personal use
  • All edible items and items that contain food or liquids such as lunchboxes, bottles, and mugs
  • All chemical and medical items such as cleaning solutions and prescriptions drugs
  • Any other items that area deemed unhealthy

How long are lost items kept?

All items are held for up to 60 days, after which they are audited and donated to a charitable organization in compliance with state law.

Digital Signage

Where will the digital signage be displayed?

  • Various locations throughout Sun Devil Fitness Complex 
  • University Center Building: USG Area, Health Services, West Lobby, East Lobby, Cafe West
  • Verde Dining Pavilion: East Entry Doors, North East Dish Drop, Changemaker, Devils Den

How do I submit a request for digital signage?

  • ASU Faculty and Staff may submit requests for digital signage by emailing an attachment directly to mitch.tybroski@asu.edu.
  • Student organizations must send requests to the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) for approval. Once approved, OSE will forward the signage document to our staff for posting.

What type of document should I send?

Most any type of document can be displayed on the digital signage system used. However, the use of PDF or PNG files are encouraged.

What type of document dimensions should be used?

Most any type of document dimension may be displayed on the digital signage monitors. The common 8 ½ x 11 flyer document in portrait or landscape orientation will display nicely. For other content, such as video files, we encourage the design in a 16 x 9 format. For more specific design guidelines, see the design guidelines page.

How long will the signage be displayed?

The digital signage will generally rotate on a cycle anywhere between 20 –30 seconds. Signage that is specific to an event date will be set to automatically delete after the date of the event passes. Signage that is intended to display continually will be re-evaluated at the end of every semester.

Design Guidelines

  • The use of high contrast is encouraged since higher contrast will display optimally on our TV monitors.
  • Most importantly, since the flyers display on rotations of approximately 30 seconds and are on monitors 40” to 60” in size, please use large and/or bold type.
  • Create a simplified message with pertinent information for the digital marketing flyers. Too much small text or detailed information will have less of an impact in this format. You can avoid the use of too much text by referring to a website or email where more information may be obtained.
  • Remember to include the event name, date, time, location and other key information.

ASU Communication Standards may be found at the following link: Enterprise Brand and Marketing Guide

Parking Services

For questions related to parking at ASU West, please call 602-543-3252 or visit ASU West Visitor Parking online at: ASU West Visitor Parking

Sparky Request Form

Please contact mitch.tybroski@asu.edu to request Sparky at your event located on the ASU West campus. 
Sparky Request Form