This page contains a number of links and resources to assist with scheduling activities.
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To assist in the scheduling process for the Summer 2017 Term, we will be offering one-on-one telephone sessions on November 10 and 14, 2016 for those TReps that have specific issues in timetabling for their Faculty. Further details will be available in mid-October.
Scheduling courses for direct-entry undergradute programs
Ensure that you adhere to the Senate approved term dates. Incorrect dates will affect the withdrawal dates and may affect student loans and awards.
Scheduling Impacts on U-Pass Fees
- For the Summer Session, students are charged the U-Pass fee on a monthly basis.
- Graduate and professional programs that do not follow the Senate approved term dates are advised to schedule course dates to accurately reflect the start and end dates for when students are in class. For example, if the first day a class meets is on June 30 and the last class meets on August 1, the course should be scheduled from June 30 to August 1, and students would be correctly assessed for the June, July and August U-Pass.