University Lecture Rooms
University Lecture Rooms also called lecture classrooms are shared facilities that are used year-round both for classes and for other activities and events. There are 160 University Lecture Rooms [pdf] controlled by the Office of Academic Scheduling & Space Management. These rooms vary in size, furniture, technology and are located in various buildings throughout the campus. These are the only rooms that may be requested through the Office of Academic Scheduling & Space Management.
Technical support information, including room standards and equipment is available at the Information Technology website.
Information about strategies to utilize the technology in the classrooms can be found at the eCampus website.
Furniture types with brief descriptions:
Tablet Arm Chairs: Individualized seating/chairs with attached writing surface.
Node Chairs: Wheeled tablet arm chairs. Movable/flexible for small group settings.
Tables and Chairs: Movable tables and chairs for various seating arrangements including large and small group settings.
Fixed Seating: Non-movable seats must be used in existing “fixed” position. May be auditorium seating or seating attached to fixed tables.
Fixed Tables: Tables must be used in existing "fixed" position, seating is movable.