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Efficiencies Associated with Implementing Centralized Classroom Scheduling

Efficiencies Associated with Implementing Centralized Classroom Scheduling

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  1. Efficiencies Associated with Implementing Centralized Classroom Scheduling Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board July 29, 2010

  2. Centralized Classroom Scheduling Effects of Centralized Management • Support Student and Faculty instructional needs • Efficient & Well Used Classrooms • Scheduled as close to requested times and locations as possible • Appropriately sized • Properly designed • Technologically outfitted • Well maintained • Comply with regulatory requirements: • THECB standards • LBB audit results

  3. Centralized Classroom Scheduling The Use of our Classrooms has improved • Historical Rankings – Average Weekly Hours • 8th in the State (2007 & 2008) • Failed to Meet the THECB Utilization Guideline • Current Rankings – Space Utilization Efficiency (SUE) • 3rd in the State (2008 & 2009) • Meet & Exceed the THECB Utilization Rule

  4. Centralized Classroom Scheduling Complex Campus Environment • Enrollment • Campus Geography • 500 Acres • 2.8 miles Walking Extremes* • :20 minute passing periods • Scheduling Patterns • *ETED to Allen Building • Direct: 2.2 miles • Driving 3.2 miles • Bike/Walk 2.8 miles

  5. Centralized Classroom Scheduling Management & Planning Efforts • Better Inventory Accuracy • Stronger Use Control • All Classrooms Scheduled Centrally • Match Course Needs to Inventory • Match Section Size fit • Enhanced Planning • New and renovated classroom construction evaluated by the Provost • Recommended Profile provided to the Council on the Built Environment • Classrooms Are Planned & Used Efficiently http://fcor.tamu.edu/panos/

  6. Multi Factor Utilization Model Hours per Week Demand Percent Use Centralized Classroom Scheduling THECB: Space Utilization Efficiency (SUE) SUE allowed us to better tell the good news of how we are Managing our Classrooms

  7. Centralized Classroom Scheduling Effects of Centralized Management • Support Student and Faculty instructional needs • Efficient & Well Used Classrooms • Scheduled as close to requested times and locations as possible • Appropriately sized • Properly designed • Technologically outfitted • Well maintained • Comply with regulatory requirements: • THECB standards • LBB audit results