Classrooms and Computer Labs

Technology-Equipped Classrooms

Most classrooms on campus are equipped with some degree of presentation technology.  To find a space with the tech you need or find out what's in a room you've already reserved, head over to the Willamette University Scheduling, Events and Conferences Virtual EMS scheduling system.

After logging in, click "Locations" in the left-hand navigation bar to show a list of all reservable spaces on campus.

From here, click "Add/Remove Locations" to narrow your search to one or more specific buildings.  Click the name of the room to see the list of features and technology available in that space.

You can also click "Filter" and then click "Features" to narrow your search by the specific type of technology-equipped room you're interested in.  The following abbreviated list of features will help you determine if a room will suit your needs.

Technology Classroom: Contains common instructional-support technologies
  • A video display system (projector and screen, flat-panel display, etc.).
  • A professional-grade sound system (no projector speakers or desktop computer speakers, etc.).
  • The necessary ports and cabling to connect the instructional computer and/or a laptop to the above.
  • A dedicated instructional computer.
  • A central, programmable control system (touch-screen or push-button).A media playback device (VHS/DVD/Blu-Ray, etc.).
BYOD Technology Classroom: Contains common instructional-support technologies, but no instructional computer.
  • A video display system (projector and screen, flat-panel display, etc.).
  • A professional-grade sound system (no projector speakers or desktop computer speakers, etc.).
  • The necessary ports and cabling to connect a laptop to the above.
  • A central, programmable control system (touch-screen or push-button).
  • A media playback device (VHS/DVD/Blu-Ray, etc.).
Basic Technology Classroom: Contains a reduced set of instructional-support technologies, including an instructional computer.
  • A video display system (projector and screen, flat-panel display, etc.).
  • A sound system (projector speakers or desktop computer speakers are acceptable).
  • The necessary ports and cabling to connect the instructional computer and/or a laptop to the above.
Basic BYOD Technology Classroom: Contains a reduced set of instructional-support technologies, but no instructional computer.
  • A video display system (projector and screen, flat-panel display, etc.).
  • A sound system (projector speakers or desktop computer speakers are acceptable)
  • The necessary ports and cabling to connect a laptop to the above.

General Access Labs

(Available to all Willamette Community Members)

Smullin Mini Lab
  • WITS, Smullin 118 B
  • Available M-F 8am-5pm
Math Lab
  • Ford Hall, 224
  • Available 24/7 when no classes are in session
Multimedia Workroom
Kaneko Learning Center
  • TIUA, Kaneko North Wing
  • Available M-Th 8:30am-9:30pm, and F 8:30am-5:30pm
World Languages Studio
  • Ford Hall 101
  • Available 24/7 when no classes are in session
  • Card Access required after hours

Departmental Facilities

(Most of these facilities are available to department majors or minors, or to students taking classes in these departments. Some have a more restrictive use policy)

Art Digital Media Labs
  • Art Department, Art 400 and Ford 107
Biology Computer Lounge
  • Biology Department, Olin 213
Chemistry Computer Lab
  • Chemistry Department, Olin 326
Computer Science Lab
  • Computer Science Department, Ford 202
General Access Computer Lab/Electronic Classroom
  • TIUA, Kaneko 109
Hatfield Library Classroom (Reservations only)
  • Hatfield Library, 2nd Floor
Law Computer Labs
  • College of Law, Law Library, rooms 126, 236, 304
Music Technology Lab
  • Music Department, Ford 001
Math Department Computer Lab
  • Math Department, Ford 224
Physics Intermediate Computer Lab
  • Physics Department, Intermediate Lab, Collins 322
Music and Digital Art Recording Studios
  • Music and Art Departments, Ford 002 and 006
Physiology Lab
  • Biology Department, Olin 104
Physics Intro Lab
  • Physics Department, Collins 318 and 320
Psychology Computer Classroom
  • Psychology Department, Walton 27
Psychology Statistics Lab (QUAD Center)
  • Psychology Department, Smullin 224
CCM Ringe Lab
  • Civic Communication and Media Department, Ford 322
CCM Laptops Classroom
  • Civic Communication and Media Department, Ford 304
Theatre Design Lab
  • Theatre Department, Playhouse 206
W.M. Keck GIS Lab
  • Environmental Science Department, Collins 204
Mobile Computer Lab Carts
  • Windows or Mac, 20 systems each