BC 1 and BC 5 Room Usage and Reservation Policy
These are technology spaces scheduled by Verna Nienhouse. She can be reached at email@example.com or x3971 with any reservation requests, comments or questions.
BC 1 is a room most often used for training workshops; when a professor requests this space for an academic class, we will reach out to that professor and discuss their teaching needs. If BC 1 is the only space on campus that meets those needs, Verna will schedule that class in the space. Otherwise, we will work with them to find a more suitable location. When not being used for either of those purposes, the room may be available for use by campus departments, and will be left open as a general use computer lab in the event BC 5 is full.
Due to liability concerns, BC 1 will only be available when the CNS Helpdesk is open. During the fall and spring semesters, this means the room will be available from 9 to 11 Monday to Thursday; 9 to 5 on Friday; 1 to 5 on Saturdays; and 6 to 11 on Sundays. During the winter and summer breaks, the room will only be available from 9 to 5, Monday to Friday. Special arrangements can sometimes be made, depending on student availability. A student payroll account number will be needed in such cases to cover the hours the students work.
Drew University academic classes will not be asked to pay for use of the room. An account number will be required from groups outside the technology and academic categories before the room is reserved. Details on the fee schedule and group distinctions can be found on the ITS webpage.
BC 5 is a public lab. It will be available at the times listed above. A group will only be allowed to use this room in extremely special circumstances and will have to leave at least three workstations available for public use. This option is only available to Drew groups; if the request is not for an academic class, there will be a $20 fee for use of the computers.
As with all technology requests, any requests made less than one (1) business day in advance will incur a $50 rush fee.