Once you have registered, select Course Times and Locations on your Student Access Menu to view or print your schedule. This screen will display your schedule as of the previous business day. If you have made a change, you will see it here on the next business day.
Secondary courses (labs or tutorials) are identified in the notes column. A secondary course is an extension of a primary course—for example a tutorial attached to a large lecture course.
Course conflicts are identified in the notes column. If your schedule indicates a course conflict, you must drop one of these courses immediately.
Class room schedules will be released on August 25, 2009. You may then view the room numbers for your courses on the Course Times and Locations screen. To print your schedule, press Ctrl-P and select the landscape print option.
If you would like academic advising, please contact your Faculty office to schedule an appointment.
Last Modified:1/24/2012 12:57:13 PM