Classroom Information for Faculty

May I request a particular type of room for my class?

The collection of preferences is done in advance of assigning rooms each semester. For Fall, preferences are collected in late February. For the Spring semester, information is gathered in early October. Submit a preference by emailing

Once rooms are assigned, we work with instructors on a case-by-case basis. Changes are made based on room availability, and we do not guarantee that options will be available, especially during prime-time hours. To request a change in rooms, please email or phone 631-5133.

Frequently Asked Questions

To find out the most frequently asked questions regarding classroom use, click here.

What resources are available in classrooms?

Rooms that are considered full technology have a PC located at a lectern allowing for display through a LCD projection system. DVD players and document cameras. With the exception of DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, all General Purpose Rooms offer the same standard features.

A laptop (PC or MAC) can be hooked up at the lectern, allowing for the use of the LCD projection system (MAC users must provide their own cable adapters). DVD players and document cameras are also availablein technology rooms.

May I use a room outside my scheduled class time?

Classrooms are available, based on building hours, for usage as exam reviews, class movies, presentations, etc. Faculty and staff may submit event requests online at

How far in advance may I reserve a room for an event?

Summer: Events are not scheduled until a week after Summer room assignments are distributed, usually late March.

Fall/Spring: The rooms which are managed by the Office of the Registrar are primarily used for regular class meetings during class hours. We need to give the most flexibility to regularly scheduled classes for making room changes. Reservations are not accepted for the Fall or Spring term until the first class day. Availability dates are posted online on each of the reservation templates in We realize this is an inconvenience for many, but regularly-scheduled classes must remain our first priority when assigning space.