The University's three teaching theaters, Alkek 250, Centennial Hall 157, and the LBJ Student Center 4-16.1, represent the intersection of integrated media and large classrooms. By using a diverse array of media, the Teaching Theaters provide a creative teaching and learning environment. Staff provides consultation and assistance with the use of media in a large classroom setting.
- Mac computer
- Dell computer
- Laptop connections w/ VGA and HDMI
- WolfVision Document Camera
- Blue Ray DVD player
- TV Tuner (Grande and TX State cable channels)
- Wireless lavaliere & handheld microphones
- Wireless PowerPoint Advancer
- Laser Pointer
- LCD Projector
Presenter's lectern w/ mounted microphone and laptop connections, including VGA and HDMI
Services by request: Adobe Connect.
Seating capacities: Alkek (386 pp + 6 handicap spaces), Centennial Hall (381 pp + 6 handicap spaces).
The theaters are wheelchair accessible.
Hearing assistance devices available upon request.
Teaching Theater Reservations
The Alkek and Centennial Hall Teaching Theaters may be reserved for special events, conferences, and guest speakers. Please refer to the Teaching Theater Policies located under Information and Request Forms.
To request a reservation for the Alkek or Centennial Hall Teaching Theater you will need to complete and submit the RESERVATION REQUEST FORM. Your request will be confirmed within 3- 5 business days. Requests submitted in less than 3 business days cannot be guaranteed.
PLEASE NOTE: For information regarding the LBJ Student Center Teaching Theater please contact LBJSC Reservations at 512-245-2264. We do not process reservation requests for the LBJ Student Center.
Contact: Renee Ness 512-245-6379