Academic Technology Services provides technology-equipped classrooms for academic use. After class hours rooms can be reserved for events. See the list of technology-equipped classrooms with equipment and reservation information.
Features and Benefits
The majority of classrooms are accessible to those with mobility issues. Most buildings on campus have access ramps and/or elevators. To confirm accessibility, check with the person handling your room reservation.
Inaccessible rooms include Arms Music building rooms 102 and 212, all of the 2nd floor rooms in Chapin Hall, Clark 100, and the Babbott Room on the second floor of the Octagon building.
Please request a classroom that is already furnished with media equipment if your course requires extensive use of media.
Classroom assignments for classes are made by the Registrar's Office before each semester begins.
See the list of technology-equipped classrooms for reservation information for events booking. If you are looking for a room for an event, please also go to Public Affairs' Event Planning site. Please note that most non-classroom spaces have no multimedia equipment.
Computers installed in classrooms are Mac Minis that run both Macintosh (Mac) and Windows operating systems.
If you choose to run Windows, please be aware that the computer will reboot, the projector will go to "blue screen" and take a couple of minutes to get going, then work as normal. If you choose to run the Mac operating system, the computer will start a bit faster.
Both the Windows and Mac operating systems have PowerPoint.
If you have trouble don't hesitate to call the Classroom Help line at x5069 for help.
For room or equipment details, questions or to provide comments contact John Kunhardt (jwkunhardt).
See our information on how to arrange for equipment use in a classroom for academic use.