Inside Linfield - Facilities Services

Facilities & Auxiliary Services

How we’re working to keep you safe.

In full compliance with state Executive Orders, health authority guidance and public health advice, all Linfield Facilities & Auxiliary Services employees and outside Facilities contractors are actively taking measures to decrease the community spread of COVID-19 and lower the impact on campus by:

Cleaning Services is working around the clock to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces throughout all campus buildings.  We all must do our part and wipe down personal work surfaces and commonly touched areas to stop the spread of illness and protect ourselves and others.

  • A spray bottle of Alpha-HP Multi-Surface Disinfectant Cleaner and roll towels will be provided to office areas, classrooms and common areas for disinfection between visits by the Cleaning Services team. 
    • Use Instructions:
      • Spray disinfectant on surface to be cleaned
        • Do not spray directly onto keyboards or electronic equipment.  Spray disinfectant onto a paper towel and wipe equipment to disinfect.
        • Disinfectant can be sprayed on fabrics and textiles and allowed to air dry.
      • Wipe surface with paper towel
      • Lightly mist surface again with disinfectant and allow to air dry.  Surface should stay wet for 10 minutes.
    • Cleaning Services will replenish all spray bottles and roll towels.  Please submit a work order if the supply in your area requires immediate attention.
Outdoor Academic Tent: watch this short video on how to open and close the sidewalls

Conference & Event Planning continues to be available via email, phone (x2448) and video conferencing to assist with future event planning. Please continue to utilize 25Live to make space reservations. Please reference the COVID-19 Meeting and Event Guidelines as you plan events for the fall semester. 

  • You will notice that the maximum capacity for almost all rooms on campus has been updated to match maximum capacity for physical distancing guidelines. 
    • Conference Rooms and other flexible spaces will be utilized for instructional spaces, and as a result, their set-up will remain as-is. 
  • When planning meetings and gatherings moving forward:
    • Use videoconferencing or teleconferencing when possible for work-related meetings and gatherings.
    • Cancel, adjust, or postpone large work-related meetings or gatherings that can only occur in-person in accordance with state and local regulations and guidance.
    • When videoconferencing or teleconferencing is not possible, hold meeting in open, well-ventilated spaces continuing to maintain a distance of 6 feet apart and wear cloth face coverings.

Dining Services is committed to protecting the health and safety of everyone who dines on campus, as well as all members of our dining services team. Guests can expect some operational changes within Dillin Hall, such as take-out only service, individually packaged utensils and condiments, outdoor dining rooms, travel patterns, stations attended by uniformed staff, etc.  Please check the Guide to Campus Dining Safety in the Wake of COVID-19 for additional information.

  • Wildcat Express - Wildcat Express, located inside of Dillin Hall, offers take-out options during and between established meal periods.  Students can use a meal swipe for a lunch or dinner, and can also use Flex, Wildcat cash, cash or credit card to purchase other items. Please consider purchasing Wildcat Cash for use at Dillin, Wildcat Express and Starbucks for a contactless payment option.
  • Meal Periods - Dillin Hall and Wildcat Express will be open for all students with meal plans beginning Monday, January 11th.  Please check the Dining Services webpage for meal periods.
  • Outdoor Dining Room Tent - A temporary outdoor dining room tent is located on Renshaw Avenue, just west of Dillin Hall. This tent provides alternative seating options for students to use while eating since there will be no seating available in Dillin due to maximum capacity guidelines. Please note that Renshaw Avenue from Linfield Avenue to Boardman Street will be closed to vehicle traffic beginning 1/4/2021 until the end of the semester. Please watch for additional signage that would impact parking and traffic flow. *Note - Per OHA and HECC guidelines, the dining tent outside of Dillin Hall is considered an indoor establishment. While Yamhill County remains in the Extreme Risk category, the dining tent will be closed. When Yamhill is moved to the High Risk category, the dining tent can be open with a maximum of 50 people. The county risk levels are assessed every two weeks and released by the Oregon Health Authority. Please watch Linfield Ahead for additional announcements.

The Linfield Bookstore is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm and will be closed Saturdays and Sundays. Guests can expect some operational changes, such as adjusted capacity, specific travel patterns, additional textbook pick-up locations, etc.  Please check the Bookstore’s webpage for additional information and 24/7 online shopping options.

Facilities Services

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Mission statement and core values

Provide a safe, beautiful place to learn and a model workplace for our student employees.

  • Exceptional, informed customer service.
  • Efficient, preventative, high-quality solutions.
  • Well-trained employees with a strong work ethic.
  • Work together, be a flexible team.
  • Predictable, reliable results.

Contact information

Mailing Address
Facilities Services
900 SE Baker Street, Unit A508
Building #59
McMinnville, OR 97128

Telephone: (503) 883-2227

Fax: (503) 883-2204

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.