Answered By: Chris Sheetz
Last Updated: Aug 24, 2017     Views: 371

When you sign up for classes, information on the location of each class will be provided to you. While those responsible for scheduling classes make every effort to provide accurate information, sometimes classes have to be moved for a variety of reasons. You should double-check your class locations in MyCampus right before classes begin. Be aware, however, that you may go to the classroom on the first day of class and find a notice on the door indicating that the class has been moved. It's a good idea to give yourself plenty of time to find your classes on the first day of each class. 

Classroom identifiers consist of a two-character code for the building and a three-digit number for a room. For a map of buildings that includes the two-character code for each building, click on the campus map link below.

The first digit of the three-digit number of the classroom gives you an indication of the floor on which the classroom is located. So, BU101 would be on the first floor of the Business building.

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