Art student policies

The university’s Student Handbook is your go-to-guide for campus resources, academic policies, and more. 

You’ll have the opportunity to display your work to the university and Flagstaff community in the Beasley Gallery on campus; you’ll also need to fill out the Beasley Gallery Student Display Policy.

Graduating soon?  Don’t forget about your capstone project—an exhibition of your own exhibition and more.

CAD Lab policy

Access to the CAD Lab is through enrollment in specific classes with specific projects that can only be supported by software and hardware in the Lab (i.e. AutoCAD, VectorWorks, and Plotting).

The Lab Aid in the CMC Lab, room 209, will provide you with access. You will need to present a picture ID. The Aid will check this against the class roster. Each time you need access to the CAD Lab, you must present your ID (take your ID with you if you have to leave the lab briefly).

If you must leave the lab and will be gone for more that 10 minutes, save your data, exit all applications and log off the computer so someone else can use it. You are not authorized to allow access to the CAD Lab to anyone. When you exit, please make sure the door closes behind you.

Clean your area before you leave – pick up papers and place your chair back under the table etc.

MAKE SURE YOU REMOVE DISKS AND CDs FROM THE COMPUTERS AND LOG OFF.

Report all problems with the equipment and software to the Lab Aid. Do not attempt to fix it yourself.

When using the scanner the Lab Aid must be present to assist. All scans must be saved to a CD, USB Flash Drive, etc and then deleted from the computer to which the scanner is attached. YOU WILL make adjustments to your scans at your workstation.

All use of the plotter needs to be supervised. All plotting must be part of an assignment and listed on the class syllabus as such OR PERSONALLY REQUESTED BY INSTRUCTOR FOR YOUR SPECIFIC PROJECT. An addendum will be provided to you and a copy will have been made available for verification by the Lab Aid.

Internet downloads should be saved to disc and not printed. Printing of final project would be authorized.

DO NOT PRINT PHOTOS OR SPECS UNTIL YOU HAVE FINALIZED YOUR SPECIFICATIONS.

You are not authorized to install any software or drivers on the computers in the lab.

Do not save your work on the workstations. Save your work to CD-R, CD-RW, USB Flash drive, or file server. Where possible, all assignments should be in electronic form.

Because of the altitude and hydration issues in Flagstaff, water in a sealable container is allowed in the lab (other types of drinks and food are not allowed).