FAS Classrooms

Where are FAS classes meeting? Where and when will the FAS course classroom schedule be made available?
The FAS Registrar posts a Course Meetings Location Report, refreshed daily during the enrollment period. The FAS Registrar tracks course classroom assignments for all courses under the 300/3000 level. The Report includes discussion section and event assignments that take place in Registrar classrooms only. For information on any offered course without a meeting time and room location, contact the course's department.

How do I reserve a classroom for my FAS course?
The FAS Registrar coordinates classroom assignments with the academic departments. Contact the home department administrator of the course. The administrator submits a classroom request to the appropriate scheduler and notifies the FAS Registrar of the course's meeting time and location. For discussion sections and events contact the appropriate room scheduler. To reserve a classroom in the FAS Registrar's inventory, please use the online form found on Roombook. The FAS Registrar schedules approximately 30% of the classrooms in the FAS inventory. The remainder is scheduled by the various departments, center, and houses. A list of FAS Classrooms and contact information for schedulers is located on the Instructional Media Services' website.

Who do I contact to schedule an FAS classroom for a student group?
To book a room, please visit Roombook. When you login to this site, you will find a listing of the organizations for which you are listed as an officer. You may make updates to your information, review organizational documents stored there, and login to http://rooms.college.harvard.edu customized for your group. The person in your organization responsible for booking rooms must be listed as an officer in the USODB Portal.

How do I reserve media equipment?
For information on media equipment and services visit the Instructional Media Services website. Below are the email addresses and phone numbers to contact Instructional Media Services.

May I visit a classroom?
Each term the Admissions Office posts to its website the Visitor's Guide to Larger Lectures. Approximately 70 courses from a variety of departments appear in the Visitor's Guide. This Guide is produced by the FAS Registrar's Office and is posted on the Admissions Office website approximately one-to-two weeks after Study Card Day each term - mid-September for the fall term, mid-February for the spring term. To visit a classroom not listed in the Visitor's Guide, ask permission from the home department of the course.

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