There are many classrooms, meeting rooms and resources throughout the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. On this page, learn more about the rooms and what spaces can be reserved. Click on the calendars below to view availability.
To reserve Anderson 22, Anderson 207, or Bloedel 292, first check the meeting rooms calendar. You can then reserve by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, phone, and title of the event, and the starting and ending time of the event (reservations should also include room setup and cleanup time). You will get a confirmation or a notification of a conflict within 24 hours. Your reservation will be posted on the web calendar.
Anderson 107A and Winkenwerder 103 have self-service reservation — there are clipboards outside the rooms to sign up for whatever space is available. Anderson 107A signup is on the bulletin board across from the door to the room; Winkenwerder 103 signup is on the ledge just outside the door. For all other building/facilities matters, the email address is email@example.com.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for use of the classrooms Anderson 304/306, Winkenwerder 105 and Winkenwerder 107 when they are not in use for classes.
Faculty and staff: If you need a projector or laptop for use in a classroom, you may use our online form to set up a reservation. SEFS has five projectors.
Students: The Student Technology Loan Program allows students to borrow laptops, cameras, projectors, and other equipment. To be eligible for the program you must be enrolled for the current quarter at the Seattle campus.
Videoconferencing and online meeting resources are available at Odegaard Library, in the Video Studio. This room may be reserved to conduct meetings that require off-campus participants using Skype or Zoom.