Seventy-five-minute undergraduate lecture sections that overlap with the peak-use 50-minute periods—especially on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday—add to scheduling conflicts for students and faculty and make it more difficult for academic units to make effective use of limited classroom space. However, 75-minute mid-day lectures are also an attractive teaching option. The procedures described below are intended to address concerns about the burden of scheduling conflicts and the demand for greater scheduling flexibility.
If approved, these sections are considered non-standard and will receive a lower priority in the room assignment process.
Curricular Policies and Guidelines (Office of the Registrar)