Welcome to the Faculty of Business, Law and Arts studio, equipment and access booking web site. Access to booking system is password protected. If you don't know the login details ask an academic or technical staff.
The links on the right are described below:

  • D-Block: rehearsal/practice rooms, lab and studios for music and media students. Studio A, B and D (limited to eligible music production students).
  • Media Kits: video and audio kits for media students.
  • Concert Stage Plans: Create stage plans for D1.29 Concert. You don't register to make stage plans. Each stage plan can have its own email and password.

Register For Access to Art & Design, Music and Media Studios

To make a booking you must first register (below) with each individual booking calendar relevant to your study unit. You only have to register once, after which you login to make bookings. Some rooms and equipment require being enrolled in the relevant units for access. Each time you make a booking you are required to confirm that you have read the Procedural document (in forms and documents) and the emergency assembly areas.

PDF version of the Access Guidelines from the videos:

Music and Media Studios (pdf 1mb)
Art & Design (pdf 1.2mb)

Forms and Document for Students

D Block After Hours Access (AHA) Procedural document contains all the relevant information you are required to know about swipe, buddy system, security, emergency procedures and work health and safty.

D-Block After Hours Precedures (pdf 185kb)
Assignment Cover Sheet (pdf 80kb)
Non-Student Registration Form (pdf 80kb)
D-Block Out-of-Semester Access Form (pdf 49kb)


The University's new online incident and hazard management system, RiskWare.There are now two ways you can report an incident or hazard, via the online RiskWare portal or using the pocketSafety mobile application on your mobile device. Both will require you to log-on using your University user name and password.

D-Block Fault Report Form

This form is to notify technical staff of a fault or issue in various D-Block studios and V1.17 computer lab.

Message / Fault Report:

Emergency Procedures

In the case of an emergency staff and students are required to assemble in specific areas depending on their location. The D and V block assembly areas are located accross the road on the eastern side of each building.

Forms and Document for Staff

Who To Contact For Technical Support (pdf 35kb)
Application To Take University Equipment Off Campus (pdf 60kb)
Technical Request Form (pdf 1.1mb) fill out, save and email to sasstech@scu.edu.au