A comprehensive study of space usage is extremely important in analyzing the appropriate utilization of instructional facilities on a campus. There are two main drivers for initiating such an analysis. The first driver is the examination of the compounding factor of many years of change without more than a cursory review. In constructing the academic curriculum, scant attention is paid to the impact of incremental changes over the years as a consequence of increased course offerings, movement to more online classes or fluctuations in student enrollments. After a period of time, it is found that these modifications have had a profound impact on the effectiveness of the curriculum and the appropriate use of instructional space.