The Records and Registration Office holds primary responsibility for the scheduling of rooms for academic classes that meet during normal academic terms (including general classroom access and departmental priority scheduling of instructional spaces) and the scheduling of computer classrooms. Classroom assignment is based on the priorities outlined in the Classroom Scheduling Policy.
All other room reservations/events are scheduled through University Reservations, 223 Cartwright Center.
LARGE LECTURE ROOMS
Large lecture rooms will be assigned to the most appropriate course based on the following criteria (in priority order):
To reserve an ITS computer classroom, complete the form. After you submit your request, please allow 2 business days for your request to be processed.
Computer classrooms are assigned based on the following priorities:
A university faculty or staff member must make the reservation. Computer labs cannot be reserved by students. Some computer labs have open hours for UWL students. Contact the Eagle Help Desk at 608.785.8774 to find out which computer labs have hours for students.
ITS classrooms must be
supervised at all times during a reservation. If you have any questions about reserving a computer classroom, contact Nancy Jones at 608.785.8752.
DEPARTMENTAL ROOM SCHEDULING
First Priority: Spaces specifically set aside and allocated to academic units or department for instructional activities requiring permanently installed or specialized pedagogical equipment. These space-specific classrooms will include, but are not limited to, laboratories, recital halls, theatres, art studios, etc.
Second Priority: Classrooms containing specialized equipment purchased by an individual department will be allocated to that department for scheduling whenever feasible.
Departments with rooms assigned for scheduling have an obligation to allow scheduling by other departments in these rooms during the scheduling time frame when their own scheduling is complete. Outside requests to use these spaces will be handled through the individual department during the departmental scheduling time frame.
MASS FINAL EXAM SCHEDULING
Final exams incorporating multiple sections of a course (mass exams) are to be scheduled through Records and Registration.
New requests for a mass final exam slot should go through the Records and Registration office, who will consult with the deans' offices and the Provost, as needed.
The number of students affected should be the primary criteria for awarding a mass exam slot.
Additional criteria to consider for awarding a mass exam slot:
DISTANCE EDUCATION / VIDEO CONFERENCING
For any room requiring video conferencing technology (such as Wing 31, Wing 102, or Wing 104), you may submit an online request to schedule a video conference classroom or contact Terry Wirkus (email@example.com or 608.785.8049).
NON-ACADEMIC REQUEST FOR A CLASSROOM
All non-academic requests to use academic classroom spaces are scheduled through University Reservations, 223 Cartwright Center