Computer Classroom Reservations

  • Reservations requests must occur at least ONE business day (24 hours) prior to the class.
  • Labs are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for academic instruction.
  • Scheduling preference is given to academic courses and recurring courses.
  • Reservations for groups from off-campus academic schools or departments must request Computer Classroom Space through an on-campus Homewood academic department.
  • Hourly charges for use of the classrooms may apply if the event is not an academic course.
  • Arrangements for software installation or other special technology needs should be made at least 2 weeks in advance of the beginning of the semester or 4 business days in advance during the course of the semester. If the request is approved, you must deliver installation media and proof of licensing to the IT manager. Software requests MUST be made through the online form.
  • Access to the computer classrooms facilities is by the instructors valid J-Card only.

The first step is to decide which classroom would best suite your needs. This is a brief overview of the computer classroom features. For more detailed information, click on the classroom name.

Classrooms Computers Projector VCR DVD Printer
307 Krieger Hall 16 Macs, 2 PCs Yes No Yes No
226 Maryland Hall 22 PC's Yes Yes Yes No
1 Shaffer Hall 25 PC's Yes Yes Yes No
2 Shaffer Hall 25 PC's Yes No Yes No


The final step is to fill out the reservations request form located HERE. The scheduling office will receive your request and you will be contacted.



>Scheduling Questions:

For scheduling questions, please contact:
Kelly Thammavong at 410-516-7141 or kthamma1@jhu.edu
Zachary Cohen at 410-516-8307, zcohen5@jhu.edu or asenscheduling@jhu.edu

> Technical Questions:

Rob Copeland (robc@jhu.edu or 410-516-7559.

> Software Requests:

Due to our limited access to computer classrooms when classes are in session, all software requests for use in those rooms must be made no less than two weeks prior to the start of the semester in which the software will be used. Failure to meet this deadline will result in delayed installation until either fall or spring break, depending on the semester. If the request is approved, you must deliver installation media and proof of licensing to the IT manager. Software requests can be made through the online form.