Academic Publications & Scheduling Services

Schedule Building

The Class Schedule(opens in new window)  is an online publication maintained by Academic Publications and Scheduling Services (APSS).  

The Class Schedule webpage contains information regarding:

  • class scheduling for past, current, and future (tentative) semesters
  • student registration processes and registration dates
  • various attributes, requirements and requisites for each class
  • important registration activities dates and deadlines

APSS works with academic departments to:


Registration Help

Students and others with questions regarding the registration process can find help on the Student Records and Registration Office's Registration Help page.

The Class Schedule Build

The Class Schedule build is a process through which departments schedule and modify classes to be offered for the semester, and assign rooms and instructors to those classes. This enables students to register for classes using the PeopleSoft system and provides the data for the Web Schedule.


Helpful Tools

Guides and Tips

  • Changing a Class Meeting Pattern Link to information about Changing a Class Meeting Pattern, including the form required to change a meeting pattern once registration has begun for a term.

  • Canceling a class: APSS does not need to be informed about class cancellations. Please follow your college's procedure for canceling a course, and document Dean's approval; remember to notify the students with their options.

  • Non-Standard Meeting Patterns Link to information about Non-Standard Meeting Patterns, including the form required to request one-time approval for a nonstandard pattern.

  • Changes to the Final Exam Schedule Link to information about Final Exam changes.

  • Schedule Build Quick Guides Link to the APSS Guides web page.

  • BBLearn and PeopleSoft(opens in new window) (Wiki link) Information from TLP regarding the BBLearn and Peoplesoft connections.

  • Scheduling Specialty Sections (PDF) A closer look at some of the most common “specialty” scenarios in scheduling: multi-component classes, combining classes, variable unit classes, and more.

Policy Resources

Reports

Room Information