Make a reservation!
If you would like to reserve the use of one or more of the spaces (for a single-day or semester-long reservation), please consult the "current schedule"* posted on the respective room's page and then send an e-mail request (noting room #, dates & times requested) to Angie Draheim. She will check the room's most current calendar (as it might not yet be updated on the web) for the particular date(s) & time(s) you requested and send you an e-mail within a couple days to either confirm your reservation or find you another space that will meet your needs.
*Note: The "current schedule" shows the days and times in a week when there are already regularly scheduled classes/meetings held in the particular space (i.e. it is not available for you to use). Reservation requests may otherwise be made for any day of the week 8am-10pm.
The Psyc Student Lounge
With a great view of the pond next to Campus Drive, this space on the first floor of Goodpaster Hall (between rooms 127 & 128) is a nice place to study for a while or wait for meetings.
The computer labs in Goodpaster Hall are a just a few of a number of instructional technology facilities on campus where learners and faculty can interact. You must have a Onecard to access the Goodpaster Hall computer labs.
The psychology department regularly uses two labs (70 & 72) to teach statistics and research methods as well as lab sections for advanced social and developmental psychology. Students can use these labs if/ when classes are not regularly scheduled to meet in the space and the space can be reserved for special activities such as research studies.
There is also a large lab (81) that faculty/staff can reserve for class activities, but is mainly serves as a general purpose lab for students.
Current Lab Schedules:
Please Note: Labs may be used unless otherwise reserved (see schedule below). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve the lab and to double-check lab is not in use.