9.6.8 Scheduling of Rooms

Classroom reservations for evenings and weekends are maintained in the Registrar's Office.  You may submit your request using the online room reservation system.

Room reservation requests must be submitted at least one day in advance to ensure Public Safety and Police Services and Energy Management are notified.

Due to heating considerations, Fisher Hall is the primary facility used after 6:00 p.m. and on weekends. Lecture halls and large classrooms in the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building (CHEM-SCI), Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building (DOW), Electrical Energy Resources Center (EERC), R.L. Smith Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Building (MEEM), and Minerals and Materials Engineering Building (M&M) are available for larger events with priority given to evening exams.

Room reservations for the full semester will not be taken until all classes have been assigned rooms.


Revised:
02/16/2017 - Annual Review: To reflect current standards: changed "Faculty, staff, and student organizations needing to reserve a classroom for evenings or weekends are asked to contact the Registrar's Office at 487-2319 or online at: https://www.admin.mtu.edu/em/services/classroom/roomschd.php." to "Classroom reservations for evenings and weekends are maintained in the Registrar's Office.  You may submit your request using the online room reservation system." Changed "must be submitted a minimum of one day" to "must be submitted at least one day".
12/08/2016 - Annual Review: No changes made to content.
02/04/2015 - Annual Review: To reflect current practice, the email address for questions is now policy@mtu.edu. Renumbered "9.6.9 Scheduling of Rooms" to read "9.6.8 Scheduling of Rooms" and in the first sentence "Student Service Center" now reads "Registrar's Office".
02/27/2014 - Annual Review: Updated Michigan Tech and Handbook banners. The second sentence in the third paragraph, read: "Lecture halls and large classrooms in the Electrical Energy Resources Center (EERC), R. L. Smith Building (MEEM), Minerals & Materials Engineering Building (M&M), and Chemical Sciences & Engineering Building are available for larger events with priority given to evening exams." and now reads: "Lecture halls and large classrooms in the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building (CHEM-SCI), Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building (DOW), Electrical Energy Resources Center (EERC), R.L. Smith Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Building (MEEM), and Minerals and Materials Engineering Building (M&M) are available for larger events with priority given to evening exams."
04/11/2013 - Section renumbered - was 9.6.7 Scheduling of Rooms and now reads 9.6.9 Scheduling of Rooms.
07/20/2011 - Annual Review: Was previously 9.7.7.  To reflect current University titles and practice, EERC is now Electrical Energy Resources Center, MEEM is now R.L. Smith Building (MEEM), M&M is now Minerals & Materials Engineering Building (M&M), Chem-Sci building is now Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building, MTU is now Michigan Tech and the email address for questions is now hbwebmaster.
09/23/2010 - Updated to reflect on-line reservations, change quarter to semester, and made format changes.