The University of Iowa has a variety of spaces in which to hold classes, events, meetings, and study sessions.
University Classrooms are primarily used for the schedule of courses and course related activities. However, they are also available for reservation by faculty, departments, and student organizations as space and policy allows.
TILE classrooms are instructional spaces configured for student-centered, active learning pedagogies. They are available for special event reservations by faculty and departments as space and policy allows.
Within the University Classroom pool, a subset of former department classrooms are now referred to as Level 1. These Level 1, or shared, classrooms are under the management of Classroom Scheduling; however, shared event scheduling can occur with the department after the initial scheduling window concludes.
To view a list of the Level 1 classrooms, choose "Level 1" in the Region search filter on the University Classroom search tool.
Department classrooms are non-University Classroom learning spaces that belong to and are managed by individual colleges and/or departments. These spaces are reserved exclusively through the responsible college or department.
There are a variety of student learning spaces across campus, including individual study rooms, ITCs and computer labs, commons, library study spaces, and IMU study spaces.
IMU Event Services provides event planning, catering, an attached hotel, and a variety of venues in one convenient location.
Outdoor spaces at the IMU and around campus are available for departmental and student organization events.
Facilities within University Capitol Centre are available for reservation by UI faculty and staff.
The College of Public Health has multiple options for meetings and group work available for faculty, staff, and student use.
Event requests for the College of Law Building should be submitted in accordance with their policies and procedures.