There are various areas throughout the School designed for student use.
- Computer labs (Rooms 251 and 374): These rooms are available to students on a first-come-first-serve basis whenever they are not being used for a course. Each room contains both desktops with necessary software installed and docking stations for students to work on personal laptops
- Graduate Student Lounge: Open to all graduate students; located on the third floor
- Health Room (Room 360; behind classroom 375): Reserve via the Health Room Appointment Calendar
- Kitchenettes (outside of the second floor classrooms and adjacent to student mailboxes on the third floor): Students have access to vending machines, a sink, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, and coffee maker
Our Office is responsible for reserving space for all courses, labs, discussion sections, and faculty & TA office hours that are held in the building. To schedule faculty or TA office hours, please email Barbara Dailey the following information:
- The class you are teaching or TAing for
- The days and times you wish to hold your office hours
- Whether you plan to meet with students one-on-one or in a group setting
Mail Boxes and Services
All graduate students at the School of Public Health are provided a mail slot with University Mail Services delivery. Mailboxes are located on the third floor of the SPH building and organized alphabetically by last name. View the Student Mail Services Policy.
Lockers are available to all master’s students (and doctoral students with a demonstrated need on a case-by-case basis). Lockers are located on the second and third floors of the SPH building. View the Locker Policy and Request Form.
All doctoral students at the School of Public Health are assigned to an individual work space (carrel) at the School. Carrel spaces are typically organized by program and are located on floors 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. Rooms 242 and 603 are first-year doctoral student offices.