Troup Classroom Usage Guidelines

The purpose of the Troup Classroom (G-level Health Sciences Library) is to provide an environment for members of the UC community to hold meetings, seminars, training, and to support the educational mission of the University.


The Troup Classroom accommodates up to thirty individuals. It may be reserved for use by any UC faculty, staff, or student group but must be used for educational purposes. Attendance must be five or more; smaller groups should request use of the Informatics Lab (E-level Health Sciences Library). Academic Health Center requests are prioritized.


The hours of availability are Monday-Friday, 8A – 5P. Please note that the HSL follows the holiday and weather-related schedule of Main Campus.

  • Reservation Form - The reservation form must be filled out by potential users and must be received at least five business days prior to the event.
  • Written Confirmation - The requestor will receive an emailed confirmation of the request. If it is not received, the room has not been reserved.
  • Cancellation - If the requestor needs to cancel the reservation, please inform library staff as soon as possible.


The room containes a computer, projector, screen, and the capability to connect user's laptops to the projector. Please note in the reservation form if you require assistance with the equipment.

Food & Drink

Food is not permitted in the classroom. Drinks must be in sealable containers.

Room & Equipment Use

  • Nothing may be attached to the walls.
  • The room will be booked for thirty minutes on either side of the requested start and finish times to allow for set-up and clean-up (including trash removal).
  • The key for the classroom may be checked out and returned to the library circulation desk. You must present your UC ID to do so.
  • The individual or organization that makes the original reservation is responsible for any loss or damage to the equipment or facilities. By submitting this request, you assume liability for any broken, damaged, altered, or stolen items.
  • The HSL reserves the right to withdraw permission for use when conditions warrant and reserves the right to stop events that interfere or disrupt library operations.