Gaining Access to the ITL Program Building
All CU Boulder engineering students, staff and faculty may obtain after-hours building access plus ITL Program computer network and software access by attending a mandatory 30-minute ITL Program orientation tour. Offered on a drop-in basis, all tours start in front of the ITL Program LaunchPoint on the top floor. The tour is an introduction to the ITL Laboratory, its purpose, capabilities and special features.
We ask you to complete and sign a contract -- your pledge for responsible behavior and care of the facility for safety and security purposes. You must bring your BuffCard to swipe at the end of the tour to gain extended ITL Program access. Within 24 hours of completing an orientation tour, you will be emailed your login name and password for accessing the ITL Program computer network and ITL Program software. Within 48 hours, you will be given after-hours exit door and sub-room (ITLL 150 and 160) access.
ITLL Tour Hours: Monday - Friday at 5:15 pm and Sunday at 1:15 pm - Please meet at the LaunchPoint on Level 1!
After-Hours Building Keycard Access
ITLL card access:
- Monday - Thursday, 7:30 am to midnight
- Friday 7:30 am to 7 pm
- Sunday 1:00 pm to midnight
- University holidays are excluded
- For card access information, please contact the ITL Program Front Desk
For the Public & Small Groups
The ITL Program is open for public touring during the day, Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. For groups less than 10, no advanced notice is needed. Throughout the laboratory are 11 interpretive signs providing visitors with a self-guided tour of the many Building-as-a-Learning-Tool (BLT) features. These educational signs and diagrams, located on all three levels of the facility, explain the details of the design of the building and its systems. Take a self-guided tour, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
For K-12 Students & Large Groups
For groups of 10 or more, please let us know at least seven business days before your visit. Group tours for K-12 students and other groups can be arranged on a case-by-case basis. For more information, contact the ITL Program Information Desk at 303-492-7222.
Adult supervision (at least one adult for every six students) is required for all visiting student & large groups, as the ITL Program is an open, active learning center with university classes in session Monday through Friday.