Please refer to the schedule of classes to find out information such as lecture time, enrollment capacities, cross-listings, building, and room location.
To view undergraduate course information, please refer to the schedule of classes for undergraduate students.
To view graduate course information, please refer to the schedule of classes for graduate students.
Course schedules available to instructors
Spring 2019 term: Quest and the schedule of classes updated March 4, 2019
Fall 2019 term: Quest and the schedule of classes updated July 3, 2019
For more information regarding scheduling matters, please visit undergraduate and graduate course scheduling.
Registrar's Office centrally-managed classrooms
Includes AHS Expansion Building (AHS) 1689
Registrar's Office classrooms are not locked. Therefore, a key to access the room is not necessary.
Many classrooms have data projectors, podium computers, and other technologies installed. Information System & Technology (IST) provides support for these technologies. All Registrar's Office centrally-managed classroom podiums use fob access. If a fob is required, please contact Cheryl Petrie.
For fob license renewal for the term, complete and submit the ITMS podium access request form. Further information is available at electronic classroom (e-classroom) services and support details.
E-classrooms have iClicker cloud student response system software on the podium computers. To locate this click Window Start. For assistance with setting up iClicker on LEARN, please contact LEARN Help.
Help and support
Applied Health Sciences' (AHS) managed classrooms
A key or fob is required to access AHS, B.C. Matthews Hall (BMH), Lyle S. Hallman Institute North (LHN), and Lyle S. Hallman Institute South (LHS) controlled classrooms, laboratories, offices, and common spaces. Key permits will be authorized by your respective school/department. Please contact your school/department representative:
- School of Public Health and Health Systems - Dan Rodgers or Carol West-Seebeck
- Department of Kinesiology - Jenny Crowley
- Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies - Sandy Heise
Please contact AHS Computing before the start of term if you require specialized software to be installed on the computers in an AHS managed classroom or lab.
If you would like to use computers in your lecture or lab sessions within the AHS, BMH, LHN, or LHS buildings, AHS Computing has a mobile computing lab that can provide up to 20 Windows laptops in a mobile cart.
Help and support
Please refer to computing labs and teaching/seminar rooms for further information on computer labs and using the equipment in AHS, BMH, LHN, and LHS classrooms. To receive an orientation to the classroom that you will be instructing in please contact AHS Computing.
- Please be aware and inform your students that desks, signage, etc. put in classrooms by AccessAbility Services in the Registrar's Office centrally-managed classrooms must not be touched, modified or removed.
- Please note that class times go to :20 or :50, never :00 or :30. The only exception are Friday evening midterm slots of 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and 8:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.. The reason for the 10 minute gap between each booking is to allow time for students to gather their belongings, exit the room, and give time for the incoming students to situate themselves to prepare for their class/midterm/event.
- It is the instructor's responsibility to keep track of the overall class size to prevent over-enrollment. Please ensure that there is sufficient number of seats in the assigned classroom to accommodate the additional student(s).
- If furniture is re-arranged, it must be put back to the original arrangement at the end of class. Adding extra chairs to the classrooms can be a safety hazard. If instructors are missing chairs from the rooms they are assigned, please report it to the AHS Scheduling Team.
- Please ensure that classrooms are in good condition before leaving. This includes turning off equipment, reconnecting equipment, cleaning the boards, etc.
- Please ensure that you lock AHS, BMH, LHN, and LHS controlled classrooms, laboratories, and meeting rooms when you are finished using them. Given that there is faculty-owned computer equipment in these rooms, it is important to keep them safe.