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Academic Scheduling Timeline

SUMMER & FALL 2018

For registration dates, see Important Dates: Summer 2018 or Fall 2018

Tasks

Dates

Load class schedule into PeopleSoft

  • Summer Quarter: Suggested Time Modules
    • 7 week Summer session: June 18 - August 5
    • First 4 week session*: June 18 - July 15
    • Second 4 week session*: July 16 - August 12
  • Fall Semester: Official Time Modules
    • August 20 - December 9

Send requests to Academic Scheduling for the following:

  • Combined sections
  • Computer classrooms
  • Special instructional technology
  • Accessibility – must be on file in Risk Management

February 5 – March 16

Last day to load courses before scheduling occurs

  • No PeopleSoft activity until further notice

March 16

Room assignments, adjustments, and analysis March 19 – April 27
Review coding of all 100% online, hybrid, and off site classes April 27
Summer & Fall class schedules live on MyCSUEB April 30

*If you are thinking about scheduling a 4 week session in Summer 2018, please take a moment to read 15-16 CIC 43. This document provides critical information on this unique term, including information on registration dates and when final exams need to occur.


Depts/Colleges should visit Curriculog for proposal of New Courses.


Academic Class Scheduling Guidelines

The following guidelines have been created to ensure efficient room use during the classroom assignment process.

  1. Departments are expected to schedule class sections across all meeting patterns as evenly as possible using the time modules. Classes requesting non-conforming meeting patterns may experience delayed scheduling in order to accommodate conforming classes.
  2. Requests for a specific room for whatever reason (e.g. for technology needs) will be considered for placement in an appropriate classroom to the fullest extent possible. Though reasonable attempts will be made to accommodate such requests, no guarantees are made that these requests will be fulfilled. Instructors requesting the same room for consecutive classes during the same day will be given the lowest priority amongst all scheduling requests or needs.
  3. Request for accommodation due to ADA needs will be fulfilled in coordination with the Office of Risk Management and/or the Office of Accessibility Services.
  4. Where competition for a specific room and time module is great, multiple measures may be considered to determine which class is finally scheduled in the room. These measures include, but are not limited to a department’s spread of current courses across all meeting patterns and/or a department’s historical room utilization.
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