Last updated: 20 Dec 2017
Most labs are open around the clock, every day of the year, with
appropriate key card access.
- To obtain a new key card if you are a new student:
After the first day of class for a quarter, go to the
UWT Campus Safety (DOU 180) office.
You will be asked to sign a form, and your student financial account
will be charged a deposit, which is returned when you leave UWT
return your key card to Campus Safety, because you
graduated or, for any reason other than the summer break.
You only receive access to the general development labs (DOU 110,
SCI 106/108) and one corresponding building entrance. Access to
other labs is obtained by permission from the faculty manager of
- If a key card you have is lost, damaged, or stolen:
- Report it immediately to the UWT Campus Safety
(DOU 180) office.
- Contact lab staff for a replacement.
See below for specific buildings
Buildings which contain Institute labs are highlighted in yellow above.
a building for hours and other
information about Institute labs, or choose from
Labs may be reserved by faculty and staff for use by specific classes or reasons.
Often when a lab is reserved, available workstations may be used if you don't
mind the teaching that is occurring and don't interfere with the class, but the
ultimate decision on this resides with the faculty member who reserved the lab.
Click here to see lab reservations (requires authentication)
|20 Dec 2017
||Changed lab reservation web page link
|1 Apr 2016
||Changed lab reservation viewing to require Institute membership
|9 Jan 2013
||Added better description of key card access
|28 Jan 2009
||Added lab reservations calendar
|21 Oct 2006
||Removed Pinkerton Lab reference
|14 Jan 2005
||Better explanation of hours of operation
|25 May 2004