Health Sciences Classroom Scheduling Protocols

  1. Health Science (HS) ‘For-Credit’ Courses (set up in PeopleSoft/CCS)*
    1. HS Active Learning Courses**
    2. HS Courses with special technology needs***
    3. HS Core/elective courses
      1. IPE Courses
  2. NON HS ‘For Credit’ courses (set up in PeopleSoft/CCS)*
  3. HS Course-related Activities (e.g., extended course time, unique testing, small groups, review sessions, Interprofessional educational activities, and mandatory academic program related meetings)
  4. HS Education/Development (e.g., grand rounds, seminars, conferences, training and workshops)
  5. HS School Administrative Events (e.g., department meetings, school class meetings, other administrative functions) 
  6. HS Extracurricular, Student and Outreach Programs (e.g., HS student registered groups, CHIP/CLARION, training, communications, and recruitment)
  7. HS Continuing Education (e.g., Dental Continuing Ed)
  8. Non-HS University Programs (e.g., registered student organizations, graduate school programs, faculty development)
    1. Non-HS registered student organizations to be scheduled in non HSEC spaces in support of HS Interprofessional teaching and learning needs.
  9. UMP/Fairview/HealthEast (e.g., meetings, training, special events)
  10. Rental agreements (e.g., co-sponsored or non-University groups)

*Scheduling should reflect endorsed protocols and maximize use

  • To maximize scheduling and capacity, scheduling times will follow the University standard “A” meeting times (8-8:50, 9:05-9:55, etc) for course start and stop times
  • Scheduling priority may be lower for course schedules that deviate from the university standard “A” meeting times
  • Meeting patterns should reflect actual room use.

**Programs identify which courses/sessions utilize active learning spaces and which have priority ALC scheduling.

***Includes Teleconferencing (ITV, Zoom), Recording (Mediaspace), other streaming/capture technology