Distribution of Centrally Scheduled Classrooms by Size
Prime Time Classroom Usage by Classroom Size
Centrally Scheduled Classroom Usage Report (Fall 2015)
Preference for 2-day-a-week Schedule
Centrally Scheduled Classroom Usage on MWF and MW Afternoons
- 100% available times scheduled in 151+ size classrooms during Prime Time on TR (93% usage, 7% conflicts)
- 96% available times scheduled in 60-150 size classrooms during Prime Time on TR (93% usage, 3% conflicts)
- 97% available times scheduled in 26-59 size classrooms during Prime Time on TR (89% usage, 8% conflicts)
Prime Time was determined by the scheduling activity to be course with start times between 9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Centrally Scheduled Learning Spaces
Centrally Scheduled Learning Spaces are classrooms and other learning spaces that are available for any program’s courses and are scheduled by Classroom Management. There are two major types of scheduling for Centrally Scheduled classrooms, priority and non-priority classrooms. Priority scheduled spaces are those in which a programs with a special circumstance or space requirement are given priority to schedule a space before the space is scheduled by Classroom Management. Non-priority scheduled spaces are those in which no program has been given first scheduling priority and are scheduled by Classroom Management to meet the needs of the University.
Non-Centrally Scheduled Learning Spaces
Non-centrally Schedule Learning Spaces are speciality rooms and other spaces in which scheduling is solely to the discretion of the unit and these spaces are only scheduled for non-unit courses by special request of the unit with scheduling control. The speciality room type that are most often non-centrally scheduled learning spaces are laboratory, studio, and experiential learning spaces.