Space Management

West Chester University

Contact Info
Janine Taylor and Shaleia Rogers
25 University Avenue
West Chester, PA, 19383
Phone: 610-436-2252
smacmgr@wcupa.edu


FAQ

  1. How are classrooms assigned?
  2. How do I reserve a room for a meeting or another event?
  3. How can I find out information regarding a University Facility?
  4. What is the Space Allocation Committee? What does it do? How are my interests represented?
  5. How do I get it more space for my program, department, faculty, or students? I want to change the way space is being used by my school/department/unit.
  6. What are the priorities of SAC with respect to available space?


How are classrooms assigned?

Classrooms are assigned to Academic Departments for scheduling classes via the master schedule by the Associate Registrar for Course and Event Management.  Assignments are made through a combined analysis of historical use, availability of overall instructional space, and academic department needs. The classroom assignments pertain ONLY to master schedule events.

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How do I reserve a room for a meeting or another event?

See the "Reservation Requests" section of "Guidelines for Reserving Facilities".

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How can I find out information regarding a University Facility?

Building Summaries, campus maps, and space plans are available via the web.

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What is the Space Allocation Committee? What does it do? How are my interests represented?

See SAC By-Laws for additional information.

SAC meeting schedules, agendas, minutes and membership lists are posted on the WCU electronic bulletin board at Public Folders - All Public Folders - Faculty/Staff Postings - Space Allocation Committee.

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How do I get it more space for my program, department, faculty, or students? I want to change the way space is being used by my school/department/unit.

Submit your request in writing to the Director of Space Management.

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What are the priorities of SAC with respect to available space?

See the "Space Allocation Policy".

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