What is Land Management and Real Estate Services?
The Office of Land Management and Real Estate Services is part of Financial Affairs and is the record keeping department for the land records (on and off campus) of the University. The records include rights of way, easements, leases and deeds. The mission of Land Management and Real Estate Services is to provide long-range planning, management and entrepreneurial development of University real property to meet or exceed financial goals set annually and strive to manage the land and real estate assets to provide income to the University’s endowment fund, which enhances the University’s mission of teaching, research and service.
Douglas Behm Director of University Lands/University Geologist
Rob Cooper Assistant Director of University Lands
Mark Beeler University Forester/Real Estate Manager