Video Conferencing - Stadium 192 | Office of Information Technology

Video Conferencing - Stadium 192

Last Updated: 09/23/2015


OIT has an audio and video conferencing room in a seminar configuration in Stadium 192.  The room is off of Gate 11 at the stadium, behind the door for room 190.  This room seats seven.

This room can be used to conduct an audio conference or a video conference. It has two large monitors (one for seeing your local group or computer content, and the other for seeing people at the remote site). It has one microphone on the table, and a VGA connection for your laptop. Please note that presenters need to bring their own computers to the room.

Stadium 192 Facility

About the Facility


Folsom Stadium, Gate 11, Room 192

Max Occupancy


Room Capabilities

  • High Definition video conference
  • IP based video conference
  • Content (PowerPoint) video conference
  • Multipoint video conferencing
  • Telephone conferencing


  • HD video camera (1)
  • Polycom Conferencing Telephone

Technical Details

Codec: PolyCom HDX 8002

Multipoint Bridge: CU Denver HSC

H.323 - IP Based VC
H.239 - Content VC

*Please note that most software video calling software, such as Skype, Google Hangouts, and FaceTime, can not connect to our videoconferencing equipment. However, OIT’s Zoom offering can connect to hardware-based videoconferencing systems. For additional information, please visit the Zoom website.

Schedule Your Conference

To schedule an audio conferece or a video conference in this facility, follow the steps below:

  1. Review the Usage Policy
    Folsom Stadium Video Conference Room Usage Policy
    Purpose: Any University of Colorado, Boulder student, staff, faculty and campus affiliate may use the room on a first-come, first serve basis provided users follow the guidelines set below.
    • The room may only be used as a video conference room, and reservations must be made at least one week in advance for U.S. calls. Requester will provide technical details on the date the reservation request is submitted. No reservations made less than 5 days in advance will be accepted.
    • For International calls, reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. No reservations made less than 10 days in advance will be accepted.
    • Video conference scheduling will be coordinated by Academic Technology Services staff in the Stadium.
    • Video conferences may be scheduled for up to 4 hours.
    • Recurring reservations require special approval and review.
  2. Collect information
    Before you try to schedule a video conference you should have information regarding the technical support contact(s) for the other site(s) participating in the video conference.
  3. Submit your information
    Review the form and fill it out to the best of your ability, then click Submit. Once your details are processed, you will be contacted by a member of the videoconferencing team to confirm your details.