Policy and Regulations Governing the Use of Centrally-Scheduled Classrooms
In order to reserve a Centrally/Departmentally Scheduled Room for an event, please ensure you follow the regulations below.
The event is sponsored by a UA Staff/Faculty, ASUA Student Organization, or Insured Off-Campus Organization.
The event sponsor and organization have read the University of Arizona's Office of Registrar's Policy and Regulations Governing the Use of Centrally Scheduled Classrooms (download) and agrees to abide by them.
The event fills at least a 70% capacity of the room requested. Exceptions may be granted if a specific room is needed with an appropriate justification. i.e. The event is requesting a room with a stage for a performance, etc.
- List of Rooms and their Layout: http://ctsrooms.arizona.edu/
- University Map: http://map.arizona.edu/
- Facilities Management Special Event Request for table, chairs, and custodial services: https://www.fm.arizona.edu/#/specialEvents
If you need any security or safety assistance at your event, please contact the University of Arizona Police Department at 520-621-8273.
The Global (GLBL) campus
The Global (GLBL) campus is used solely to schedule classes that are offered at our microcampuses. Due to the different timelines of our partners, GLBL courses are not scheduled during Open Scheduling and must be scheduled via the ticket process.
To ensure these courses are ready to begin by the partner’s start date, the following two-part workflow should be followed:
1. Upon receipt of the partner institution’s academic calendar dates, the RCS scheduler will submit an ADD ticket with the appropriate term, session, dates, campus, and instruction modality.
2. Once meeting times are confirmed and shared with the RCS scheduler, the department will submit a CHANGE ticket with those meeting times.
Due to the unique nature of our global partners, meeting times are commonly received late in the preceding semester. GLBL courses may be submitted without meeting time patterns up to the day before the start of the partner’s semester. The global education office works to collect and distribute these details from our partner institutions and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org for any related questions.
In order to facilitate co-teaching and course modifications for our microcampus courses, the dates must be submitted as early as possible to ensure UA Faculty can request their course D2L shell and add their DCC co-instructor.
The course will generally be dynamically dated (DYN) or carry-over (COC).
All GLBL course sections must use 5xx section numbers.
GLBL campus courses will also be listed under the specific microcampus location.
The UA Faculty Member will be listed as Primary Instructor and Global Lecturer as Secondary Instructor.
Microcampus students are unable to be enrolled in two campuses. If a GLBL course is to be co-convened course with a MAIN/UA Online/GLBD campus, an additional GLBL section must be created and co-convened.
The Global Direct (GLBD) campus
The Global Direct (GLBD) campus is used for international students outside of the United States that are not part of the microcampus program. This campus was created to accommodate visa and travel restrictions imposed in certain regions in response to Covid-19. Generally, students in this campus plan to transfer to MAIN campus once able. These courses are generally co-convened with courses that are asynchronously online on other campuses (ex. MAIN or ONLN).
When submitting a ticket for a GLBD section, please indicate which course, section, and class number it will be co-convened with in the “Additional Comments” section.
All GLBD courses should use 4xx section numbers.
Global staff members will inform the RCS scheduler as to how many seats the GLBD section will need; this number can be added to the “enrollment capacity” section of the add ticket form.