Reserve a Classroom

Allow at least 3 business days between when you make your request and the first date requested.

All testing reservations will not be processed until after drop-add of the semester the test is to take place.

Please visit the Computer Labs page for more information about labs and their classrooms, including resources available.

Please visit the Classroom Calendars page to check for conflicts before filling out a reservation request.

**NOTE: CSE is open for classroom reservations during normal business hours (8am – 5pm) but is still closed to the public student body.**

AT Lab Rules & Policies

No eating of hot food or drinking of uncovered drinks is permitted in any Academic Technology computer facility.

All students, staff, and faculty must bring their UF-ID card to use our facilities. Classroom reservations are not to be used for individual drop-in computing or for computing not directly related to the reserved course. These activities should take place during regular lab hours. It is important for instructors and classes to arrive on time. Classrooms are cleared of other users prior to the start of each class. A classroom will not be kept empty for more than 15 minutes past the scheduled starting time if other students are waiting to use a computer. If a class has not arrived within 30 minutes of the scheduled starting time, the reservation is forfeited and the classroom will be fully opened to the public.

Instructors who reserve a classroom are expected to inform Academic Technology when they will not need the facility by emailing the Supervisor at least a day in advance. If it is a last-minute cancellation, call the Supervisor and call the computer lab directly or inform the Technology Consultant in the lab. The Campus Directory and the Academic Technology Computer Lab website lists phone numbers for each computer lab. If more than one reservation is missed without notice, Academic Technology reserves the right to cancel the reservation for the remainder of the semester. An instructor whose class reservations were canceled by Academic Technology will receive the lowest scheduling priority for his or her next request.

Students have access to the open areas of the computer labs (and the classrooms when no classes are scheduled) during regular lab hours. Specific departments may have scheduling priority at each location; all other reservations are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Instructors who have special software needs must inform Academic Technology well in advance. Current software can be found on the Computer Software page, and can be requested using the Software Request form. Requests must be made at least 1 month prior to the first meeting date.

Please note that our labs and classrooms are closed for all holidays and breaks. Operating hours can be found on the Lab Hours page.