The 66,000-square-foot Roser ATLAS building serves the CU campus with facilities for innovation in teaching and learning, multidisciplinary information technology curricula and research.
The ATLAS Building Includes:
• Technology-enhanced, active-learning classrooms for use by all disciplines in on-site and distance education, including two 40-student classrooms, two 25-student classrooms, and two computer labs/classrooms. Classes are scheduled via a proposal process twice a year. Preference is given to courses that make the most of the technology.
• The two-story 2,700- square-foot Black Box Experimental Studio performance space with digital technology for interdisciplinary creative work with musicians, dancers, visual artists and technology, visiting artists, Web casts, interactive audio and visual performances, video production, and cinema projection. The Black Box Experimental Studio supports 360° HD projection, 5.1 and 8.1 audio configurations as well as DMX and MIDI controlled lighting and audio systems. This allows state of the art theatrical productions and offers creative flexibility in design and implementation of hardware and software control interfaces. A 1,000 sq. ft. (12 ft. to grid) fully equipped three camera broadcast television production studio lies adjacent to the Black Box performance space. more …
• A 150-seat, distance-learning equipped auditorium, a 75-seat film screening room, a lobby featuring a video wall, and a café.
The ATLAS building is open to the public from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on weekdays. ATLAS Students have 24/7 access to the building. Students currently taking classes in the ATLAS building can access labs after hours with the approval of their instructor.
Students who are not currently taking a class in the building, or need assistance, can seek after-hours access by speaking to Sage Sollie in ATLAS 223 or by e-mailing email@example.com.