All spaces have a standard, or default, arrangement of furniture. For some spaces, you may be able to request a different arrangement than the standard. Custodial Service fees will apply. View Space to see the specifics for each room.
Tiered seating with hard surface for writing. Seats may be movable or fixed, writing surface may be a table or arm tablet.
Round tables with chairs around the entire table.
Rows of conference tables with chairs facing the front of the room, providing writing space for each attendee.
Tables with computers set at each seat. Tables are fixed and cannot be moved. Food and beverages are not allowed inside the room.
A rectangular or oval table set up with chairs around all sides and ends. This setup may also be referred to as a boardroom.
Round tables with chairs two thirds to three quarters of the way around the table. All chairs face the front of the room and no seats have the back to the speaker.
Custom room arrangement. Call Campus Support Services to design a custom set.
Four or more conference tables arranged in a square or rectangle. The middle of the design is empty. Attendees sit in chairs around the outside of the square. This may also be called a Closed-U Shape.
FLTC lab classrooms are set with four chairs per rectangular table. The tables are arranged so that participants can see each other and may see the instructor by turning his/her head or chair to the side. Food and beverages are not allowed inside the 4th floor rooms.
Rectangular tables with two chairs at each long side of the table. Pods may or may not be oriented to the front of the room.
Chairs in rows facing the front of the room. No writing surface/tables. There is at least one aisle through the center or side.
Series of conference tables set in the shape of the letter U, with chairs around the outside.