Reserving a Lab

Faculty can make ad hoc reservations for class meetings in Information Technology's public computer labs. Send an e-mail to Kami Amir Heshmat or Ken Leyba for reservations, questions or scheduling changes.
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Notes

For the sake of students who refer to the posted lab schedules to plan their visits to the labs, please make your reservation at least a week in advance. And to make the lives of student lab consultants easier, if you have a reservation and you are unavoidably detained, call the students on duty, (310) 243-2500, to let them know what time you will arrive. If you are more than 15 minutes late--without notifying lab consultants--you lose that reservation.

Ad hoc reservations are not accepted for the last four weeks of a semester. A University class is limited to the equivalent of six 1.25-hour meetings in a computer lab per semester. For detailed information on the computer lab scheduling policy, see PM 96-03, Policy for Scheduling of University Computer Labs.