Classroom Scheduling is responsible for the scheduling of events into the University’s general assignment academic rooms.
These rooms are available for academic events, departmental events and monthly meetings of community non-profit organizations.
Priority among these events is handled as follows:
- Quarterly courses, mid-terms, final exams and new student orientations: Requests are received approximately six months prior to the start of each respective quarter.
- Grand rounds
- Academic journal clubs, University symposia and conferences
- General events: All general events are scheduled in the order received. Requests are scheduled only after all events in categories 1 through 3 have been scheduled.
Who is Eligible to Reserve a Room at UCSF?
- UCSF Departments
- Registered Campus Organizations (RCOs)
- Approved Non-Profit and Non-University Organizations
Please Note: RCOs and Approved Non-Profit and Non-University Organizations must follow special reservation policies in order to reserve a room.
TLC Scheduling Policy
Scheduling policy for TLC classroom space is constatly evolving, but the following uses will receive priority scheduling for the TLC classroom space if the scheduling requests are submitted by Prioritiy Scheduling deadlines: courses and activities that make use of TLC multimedia capabilities; small-group, project-based learning, especially those related to telemedicine training, clinical skills, simulation, and PRIME-US teaching; and courses or activities that foster inter professional education and innovation.
For requests to schedule TLC classroom space for academic events during the Priority Scheduling period, please include a short paragraph describing how you intend to use the space and why you are requesting the space.
Scheduling Classes on Holidays
The Academic Calendar, registrar.ucsf.edu/academic-calendar, identifies roughly one dozen UCSF-sanctioned holidays of social, cultural or political significance each year. These are days on which staff are not required to work, faculty are not required to teach, and students are not required to attend. Classes or other mandatory activities should not be scheduled on holidays recognized by the University of California and reflected in the Academic Calendar.