Space Reservation: Quick Guide

How to inquire about and reserve Rooms, Labs, Studios, and Event Spaces

See the expanded descriptions linked from each of the areas in the list below to find overview information. There you will find links to our scheduling system and forms to make reservations or inquires about use. Some spaces are walk-in spaces and do not require reservations, which are noted. Policies regarding access to and use of rooms vary, but general policies regarding food service, clean-up, and other services can be found here: Scheduling Policy

Need more information? We’re happy to help! Email the Scheduling Office: dc-scheduling@umich.edu, Or go to Connect Me to request a consultation.

Useful link: DC Floor Plans

Audio Studios, Video Studio, Personal Studio, Recording Booth
Conference Rooms, Presentation Room-1180
Advanced Training Labs, Flex Labs
Design Lab 1, Fabrication Studio
Gallery
Groundworks, Multimedia Rooms
Visualization Studio and M.I.D.E.N.
Public Areas for Events and Gatherings
Study Rooms, Study Seats

Audio Studios, Video Studio, Personal Studio, Recording Booth

The following spaces require users to be certified for that space’s specialized equipment. If you are not certified, follow the links for information on how to receive training and certification. Hint: certification is pretty easy!

Audio Studios A, B and C
Video Studio
Personal Studio
Recording Booth

See also: Groundworks and Multimedia Rooms (below)


Conference Rooms, Presentation Room-1180
Conference Rooms A, B and D
Presentation Room – 1180

See also: Flex Labs (below)


Advanced Training Labs, Flex Labs

Advanced Training Labs 1 and 2 (ATL 1 and ATL 2) are instructor-led classroom format computer labs.

Flex Labs A and B are open-plan with movable furniture that can be reconfigured by users.

These spaces are provided to support curricular and co-curricular learning that engages DC resources. See “How to request DC Spaces for Classroom Use” for more information

To inquire about other uses of the Advance Training Labs or Flex Labs, contact dc-scheduling@umich.edu, Or go to Connect Me to request a consultation.

  • Overview
  • Location: 3rd Floor:
    – ATL 1: Rooms 3336 A and C combined
    – ATL 2 Rooms 3336 B and D combined
    – Flex Lab A: Room 3358 A
    – Flex Lab B: Room 3358 B

Design Lab 1, Fabrication Studio
Design Lab 1

Design Lab 1 is a walk-in studio staffed by consultants. Please check our open hours in the overview page below. It is available for some pre-scheduled meetings, see contact info below.

Fabrication Studio

The Fabrication Studio is a walk-in studio staffed by consultants. Please check our open hours in the overview page below. It is available for some pre-scheduled meetings, see contact info below.


Gallery
The Duderstadt Center Gallery

Groundworks, Multimedia Rooms
Groundworks

The Groundworks is a walk-in self-serve lab and is also staffed by consultants during prime use times. Please check our staffed hours in the overview page below.

Multimedia Workrooms

Visualization Studio and M.I.D.E.N.
Visualization Studio

The Visualization Studio is a walk-in studio staffed by consultants. Please check our open hours in the overview page below. It is available for some pre-scheduled meetings, see contact info below.

M.I.D.E.N

The M.I.D.E.N. is a dedicated space within the Visualization Studio suite. Please contact the Visualization Studio staff or consultants for an orientation: Use our online contact form


Public Areas for Events and Gatherings
Open Public Areas

To inquire about use of the following public areas contact, dc-scheduling@umich.edu


Study Rooms, Study Seats
Study Rooms
  • Overview
  • These are small, individual rooms located on the 2nd Floor of the Duderstadt Center: Rooms 2340 – 2352, Rooms 2360 – 2374, and Rooms 2380 – 2388 (floor plan).
  • The study rooms are available daily except when reserved by the Engineering Career Resource Center for student/employer interviews, and for scheduled custodial cleaning (Monday through Friday, 4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.).
  • Reservations may be made using the U-M Study Spaces reservation system where they are labeled: “Interview Rooms
Study Seats

Study Seats (vs. “Study Rooms”) are open seating areas without workstations located on the 1st and 2nd Floors. They do not require reservations: first-come, first-serve.