By Stephanie Woodward |Staff Writer|
The mission of our custodial staff here at CSUSB is to “provide clean and presentable facilities that leave a positive lasting impression.”
According the the CSUSB website, to meet the needs of both staff and students, the custodial department is willing to communicate and adjust services to meet customer priorities, .
I have never seen our bathrooms in a disgusting state. The worst I have seen in the girl’s bathroom is an unflushed toilet or overflowing trash can.
Compared to other public facilities, I would say ours are well kept.
“Custodians clean the bathrooms at least twice a day and check in on heavily trafficked ones like those in University Hall and Jack Brown more often,” said a Facilities Service custodian.
The bathrooms in University Hall generally have a line, so it’s nice to know that the custodial staff takes note of that and frequents these facilities more often than others.
“Men’s public bathrooms are always dirty. Men don’t care how they treat public bathrooms but overall, besides trash on the floor, ours are clean,” said junior Marvin Garcia.
“The only complaint I would have is that sometimes the stalls are out of toilet paper,” said junior Manuel Elias.
I don’t frequent men’s public bathrooms myself, but the overall consensus is that our campus restrooms are cleaner than most.
“I don’t think there are any issues with the restrooms here at CSUSB. I actually think they’re pretty clean and haven’t really ever walked into a stall and felt disgusted,” said senior Sarah Johnson.
“The bathrooms in University Hall and the library are always very clean, but the Student Union bathroom can get pretty gross,” said junior Alejandra Prez.
“Since the bathroom in the Student Union is one of the most used, it is the dirtiest in my opinion,” said senior Bianca Velasco.
To keep our facilities clean and to only better their cleanliness, help out the custodial staff and clean up after yourself.
By following proper restroom etiquette, we can keep our campus restrooms clean.