Classroom Scheduling is responsible for the scheduling and management of 319 university classrooms within 33 academic buildings across campus. In 2023, Classroom Scheduling was given the opportunity to improve the environments of the university classrooms in terms of seating, safety, and accessibility.

Improvements include the addition of accessible furniture and adjustable height tables, upgraded seating and desk spaces to create a more active learning environment, and the inclusion of additional safety features. These improvements will have a significant impact on student success and align with the university’s strategic plan goals of excellence in teaching and learning, creating a welcoming and inclusive environment, and holistic well-being and success.


full classroom furniture upgrades


new student tablet arm chairs


new student tables and chairs


classrooms with new accessible seating

image of classroom 23 Phillips Hall

Tablet Arm Chairs

Considerations included comfort, flexibility, mobility, and accessibility.

image of classroom n104 lindquist center

Tables and Chairs

Considerations included flexibility of use and layout, mobility, and visual appeal. 

image of classroom 65 Van Allen Hall

Accessible Furniture

Considerations included height adjustability, ease of use, mobility, and comfort.


Updated tablet arm chairs

Updated tablet arm chairs

Updated tables and chairs

Accessible Furniture


instructor table and chair upgrades

~ 1,500

total new furniture pieces installed

image of classroom 140 Schaeffer Hall

Task Chairs and Stools

Considerations included comfort, mobility, and accessibility.

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Tables with Lecterns

Considerations included size and flexibility of use.