The mission of Classroom Audio Visual Services is to support the University Strategic Plan by providing reliable resources and technical support to faculty and students in the general assigned academic (centrally scheduled) classrooms.
All touch panel equipped rooms have Hokie Passport card readers. This means that if you previously used a security code to access the AV system, you will now need to use your Hokie Passport.
You can now swipe your Hokie Passport to start up the touch panel A/V systems in the general assignment classrooms. Please click here to register your card. Once registered, your Hokie Passport will work in any classroom equipped with a touch panel and card reader. You may also enter your Passport number manually on the touch panel.
Note: Only graduate students with a current Hokie Passport that are assigned by a department to teach or assist an instructor with classes may have access to the AV systems. Graduate Students must be registered by a faculty or staff member from their department using the aforementioned link.
Please remember that classroom audio visual equipment is for academic use only. Personal/private use of the equipment is not allowed. No student organizations are allowed access to the installed AV systems in the general assignment classrooms.