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Courses & Class Scheduling: Site Map page
Class Scheduling Process Overview: Explains the process and steps for creating the annual schedule of classes.
Class Scheduling Deadlines 2017-18: Process overview deadlines
Course and Scheduled Class Change Deadlines, 2017-18: Deadlines for for specific types of changes, listed by quarter.
Deadlines for 2016-17: Deadlines for for specific types of changes, listed by quarter.
How to Report a Problem: An overview of how class scheduling works with advice on how to identify and fix problems, and how to report problems that you cannot fix. Remember, you can always file a ticket to the Registrar's scheduling team.
How Class Scheduling Works: A quick overview of hos data flows among systems connected to class scheduling.
Current Issues: If there are current known issues, we put them here so you can know what is going on.
What to Do if You Have a Problem: A checklist of things to look at to determine where a problem lies and if you can fix the issue you are seeing.
How to Report a Problem You Cannot Resolve: How to report a problem that you cannot solve to the Registrar's Office.
Reports: A ist of reports you can run that may help you identify the source of a problem.
Course Components: A chart of all available components with descriptions.
Course Titles: Rules and best practices for course titles.
Course Catalog Descriptions: Rules and best practices for course descriptions.
Repeatable for Credit Courses: Repeating a course versus retaking a course, and how to set course up to reflect this.
Student Initiated Courses (SICs): Senate rules and regulations, and administrative tips for SICs.
Course Catalog "Cheat Sheet": A short list of details to keep in mind when creating courses.
Additional Scheduling Considerations: Units and Grading Basis Changes Changes • Crosslisting Info • Standardized Meeting Patterns • Room Assignments/Pre-assignment Requests • Faculty Names