Welcome to the Office of University Scheduling.

COVID-19 Event Planning Update (January 2021).

USD Updated Health & Safety Measures and Hours of Operation.

No gatherings are allowed on campus at this time. No external group meetings or events can be scheduled through spring 2021.
Please note that all information is subject to change based on county directives. Visit the Torero BluePrint website for the latest information.

Contact University Scheduling at with any questions.

University Scheduling is committed to advancing customer service and providing excellent resources for space reservation with comprehensive event management software, process guidelines, and instructional procedures.
We support event management at the University by facilitating the reservation of rooms managed by building schedulers and academic departments, creating capacity and greater efficiency, while clarifying and streamlining the event reservation process.
We manage event reservation data to support university operations and provide a centralized events calendar.
The office of University Scheduling approves a variety of events for internal and external guests such as large concerts and festivals, dignitary visits, sporting events, and numerous other types of events/programs.

Academic uses take precedence over all other uses of campus spaces lecture rooms, laboratories, sports fields, theatre, etc. which are traditionally used for academic classes. Spaces for academic use are scheduled yearly during two major periods: mid-Fall semester for Spring classes; late Spring and early Summer for Fall classes.


Priority in the event of a scheduling conflict is as follows:

  1. Academic use
  2. Internal use- Administration, faculty and student-sponsored events
  3. University-sponsored events
  4. External groups

Recurring major campus events include: Commencement Weekend, Family and Homecoming Weekend, Orientation, etc…are planned years in advance and take priority over external events. Event Management System is the central source for reserving rooms and resources for campus events.  Locations may be reserved for use on a first come first served basis, if they are not being used for academic classes.

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