Climate Control in Classrooms During Exams
Posted December 3rd, 2012 by Timothy S. Hall
We have started our exam season at the same time as Louisville is experiencing something of a December heatwave. As a result, our classrooms are warmer than some may anticipate. Unfortunately, because of the nature of the University's heating and cooling system, we have little control over the temperatures in the classrooms in circumstances such as this. Jon-Paul Moody, our Unit Business Manager, has been in contact with the University, and we are doing what we can to ameliorate the classroom temperatures. In addition, the weather is predicted to cool as the week progresses. Nonetheless, Students taking exams should be aware of the possibility that the exam rooms will be warm.