Scheduling Polices and Procedures
Room & Course Scheduling in the Office of the Registrar handles scheduling in about 250 rooms across campus known as Centrally Scheduled Classrooms (CSC). The University of Arizona has dedicated these spaces for classes. Events are scheduled in the spaces as availability permits.
To improve classroom utilization, the University of Arizona implemented classroom usage guidelines in Fall 1999. This memo from the Office of the Registrar in support of the Provost's Office policy was distributed to Deans, Department Heads, and Directors in October 1998. If you have any questions about the policy, please contact the Provost's Office.
Policy and Regulations Governing the Use of Centrally Scheduled ClassroomsClick or enter to reveal information below
Please see basic policy overview below. Read full Univeristy of Arizona Centrally Scheduled Classrooms policy and regulations here.
Univeristy classrooms are non public forums, devoted and maintained for the purpose of providing higher educaton and are not places of public access unless they are reserved as set forth in this Policy, in which case they become limited pulic forums as defined below.
The University is committed to protecting the free speech rights of students, faculty, staff and invited guests. The purpose of this policy is to respect the dedicated educational purpose of University classrooms while making such space available for expressive activity when not otherwise in use for its dedicated purpose.
The University may regulate the time, place, and manner of free speech and expressive activities in order to prevent unreasonable interference or disruption of its educational, research, outreach and business functions, normal or scheduled uses of University property by the Campus Community, as well as protecting public health, safety and welfare. Commercial Activity is prohibited on campus except as authorized by the Sponsored Commercial Activity on University Property Policy.
Class Scheduling GuidelinesClick or enter to reveal information below
UA Colleges and Departments must follow the guidelines below so spaces are utilized in the most efficient manner, allowing the most class sections to be scheduled in each Centrally Scheduled Classroom (CSC).
4. Historical Enrollment: Use historical enrollment when requesting a centrally scheduled classroom. A class should fill at least 70% of seats in the classroom assigned.
Event Reservation RegulationsClick or enter to reveal information below
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 Univeristy of Arizona's Office of Registrar's Policy and Regulations Governing the Use of Centrally Scheduled Classrooms 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 cusodial 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.