Planning Grids and Templates
These documents will help you plan out a semester that meets the needs of our students and makes the best use of our personnel and space resources. This section also includes the faculty workload grid.
- Construct a proposed schedule overview (.docx)
- Organize the workload for your faculty (.docx)
- 3-Credit Matrix Worksheet (.docx)
- 4-Credit Matrix Worksheet (.docx)
- Faculty Workload Example (.docx)
- Classroom Technology Support Request
- Smart Classroom Request Form (.pdf)
- Special Event Request Form
Schedule Revision Request System
University Scheduling Matrix
To ensure the effective and efficient use of classrooms, a scheduling matrix has been developed for both daytime and night-time class scheduling for undergraduate classes on the Main Campus and on the Ambler Campus. View University Scheduling Matrix .
Room Request Policies and Procedures
Course-Related, Departmental Meetings, Workshops, and Training
Submit room requests no less than 72 hours in advance.
Send classroom requests to Amanda Gibson via email with the following information:
- Date of Event
- Event Title
- Anticipated Attendance
- Technology Needs
Classroom and Lecture Halls after day hours
For all other inquires on the following rooms, please contact Cyril Ireland (email@example.com) via email.
· Women’s Studies Lounge 1221
· Anderson Hall
Non-Course Related, Weekend, and Other Reservations
Requests from Outside Organizations
If you are a member of an outside community organization, please contact the Office of Community Relations .
Any Temple University employee who requests the University’s permission for a third party to use Temple University property (a room, outdoor space, building, walkway, etc.) for any activity whatsoever (for example, a seminar, flea market, concert, or social event) must complete the Temple University’s Facilities Use Agreement form . Please refer to the University Counsel’s webpage for instructions on completing this form.