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Consistent with the temporary policies instituted in response to COVID-19, Department space may not be used for in-person meetings of any kind. Space may be used by an individual for course support, but there should not be more than one person in the room at any time. Violations may lead to loss of usage privileges.

Economics Room Reservations

Policies and Procedures

  • At this time, rooms can only be reserved for Economics department instructional or administrative use
  • Please submit all room requests to: All reservations must be made through email to confirm room availability. The calendar details are updated on a regular basis, but your reservation is not official until you receive email confirmation. Please allow up to one business day for confirmation of booking (up to three days at the beginning of each quarter as that is a heavy reservation period).
  • For your convenience, you may access room availability using the links to the left
  • Rooms are reserved on a first come, first serve basis with priority given to departmental courses
  • Occasionally we may need to reschedule a reservation; in the event this occurs, the original requestor will be emailed
  • You cannot use a room without a reservation. Requests come in frequently and we do our best to post the room use calendar on the door but cannot re-print it for every new reservation. If you are using the room during someone's scheduled time, you will be asked to leave promptly.

Meeting Rooms

Economics 106 (Room capacity: Conference table w/8 seats, add'l 12 seats on perimeter)
Robert Engle Seminar Room, Economics 200 (Room capacity: 36 seats w/desks, add'l 10 seats w/o desks)
Clive Granger Seminar Room, Economics 300 (Room capacity: 35 seats w/desks, add'l 12 seats w/o desks)
Sequoyah Hall 231 (Room capacity: Conference table w/10 seats, add'l 7 seats on perimeter)
Walter Heller Seminar Room, Sequoyah Hall 244  (Room capacity: 18 seats w/desks, add'l 9 seats w/o desks)

Primary Room Usage

  • Undergraduate and graduate instruction (seminars, discussions, and special projects necessary and associated with class work)
  • Qualifying exams and dissertations
  • OSD exam administration