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What is surplus property?

Surplus property is all University owned property, including purchased, donated, and unclaimed, lost or abandoned property, regardless of age and condition. Surplus property includes leased equipment if the lessor waives or abandons its ownership interest in the property.

There are three types of surplus property at the University:

  1. Computer/electronic surplus - electronic equipment and devices that have previously or may now contain University data.
  2. Office furniture - desks, desk chairs, conference room tables and chairs, credenzas, bookcases, filing cabinets, shelves, books, etc.
  3. General - all other equipment such as appliances, vehicles, etc.