Class Schedule - List View Help
This document explains the different values of Class Schedule in List View
- Term Display
- Class Schedule Filter Options
- Course and Title
- Wait List
- Requirement Designation (Honors)
- Class Number
- Days & Time
- Start/End Date
- Overlap Warning
- Repeat Warning
- Overlap Credit Adjusted
- Repeat Credit Adjusted
- Repeat or Overlap-No Adjustment
Click on 'change term' to view different terms.
This page will default to display both Enrolled and Wait Listed Classes. You can change this display by checking or un-checking the boxes and clicking on 'filter'.
The Subject area of the course; the 3 digit Catalog Number (course number); and the Course Title. If this is a Topics Course, the specific Topic Title will display.
Status will display as Enrolled, Dropped, or Waiting.
If officially on the wait list for a class, this column will display with a yellow triangle icon.
Number of units/credits enrolled for. To update Variable Units go to the EDIT page.
The deadline to change variable units for a Regular Session class is through the fourth week of classes.
Graded= regular credit; class is graded A-F.
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory= class is graded S or U.
No Credit Associated= class is graded A-F.
Graduate students are graded No Credit Associated for classes 299 and
below, and grade is not calculated in GPA.
Credit/No Credit= class is graded CR or N.
Audit= class is graded S or NR. All Guest students will only be allowed to Audit courses.
Permission to audit a class is granted by the instructor using a Course Change Request form, available HERE.
Pass/Fail = class is graded S or U.
Permission to take a course Pass/Fail will be accomplished using the Course Change Request form with approval from your school/college dean.
Numeric = Law students are graded on a numeric grading scheme.
Note: Only one component (lecture, discussion, laboratory, etc) of a class will have the grade basis indicated.
Final grade received upon completion of this class. Grades will be posted at various times beginning with the Last Day of Classes.
The session code identifies the period of time within the Term the class is offered. The A1 (Regular) session indicates the full term.
Add and Drop deadlines are determined for each session code.
Respective add and drop deadlines can be found by clicking on the calendar icon located within the Deadlines column.
Honors designated classes are indicated with an H,! or % symbol.
H symbol= a course or section for Honors Program students only which offers more intensive, indepth study.
! symbol= a course is open to all qualified students and is recommended for those students planning an Honors Program.
% symbol= a course is available for honors credit; consult the instructor. Independent work or honors sections organized after classes begin.
Honors: Yes or No
Indicates either your decision to take the class for honors, or an automatic Yes for classes indicated with an H or ! symbol.
To Change your Honors decision in a % designated class, go to the EDIT tab. The deadline for changing your honors decision for a Regular session class is through the twelfth week of classes.
Click on the calendar icon displayed for deadline information specific to the session this class is offered in.
Every section of a course has a 5 digit class number used by the SIS student records system.
Section of the class for which you are enrolled and corresponds with the Component. Click on this active link to view the Class Detail page for this class section.
Component describes the type of instruction for the class.
Components are lecture, discussion, laboratory, field, seminar, independent study.
The day and time the class is meeting.
TBA = To Be Announced
Day(s) of the week that the class meets.
Building Name and Room Number.
TBA = To Be Announced.
Name of the instructor for the class.
TBA = To Be Announced
The beginning and end dates of the session this class is offered in.
You have enrolled in a course that has similar content to a course already taken. Check the course prerequisites and notes for more detail. In most cases, you will not receive full degree credit for both courses (degree credit is not reflected on the My Class Schedule page-please consult DARS or a degree audit). Contact your advisor if you have questions. Rules may vary based on your school or college.
You have enrolled in a class you have previously completed. You will not receive degree credit for this course (degree credit is not reflected on the My Class Schedule page-please consult DARS or a degree audit). All completed attempts of the course will remain on your record and all grades will be calculated into your Cumulative GPA. Contact your advisor if you have questions.
You are enrolled in courses that have overlapping content. An adjustment was made to your academic record to remove some, or all, degree credit for the course receiving this message. Check your DARS report and/or campus copy transcript to see the impact of the credit adjustment. Contact your advisor if you have questions.
You will not receive degree credit for the course receiving this message. All completed attempts of the courses will remain on your record and all grades will be calculated into your Cumulative GPA. Check your DARS report and/or campus copy transcript to see the impact of this adjustment. Contact your advisor if you have questions.
You have enrolled in a course that has similar content to a course already taken, or you are repeating a non-repeatable course. Your School or College has reviewed this course and determined that no adjustment would be made to your degree credit. Contact your advisor if you have questions.
For questions contact Enrollment Services,
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