Timetable Calendar

Timetable Display Availability

  • Summer: Timetable available the December prior
  • Fall: Timetable available the March prior
  • Winter: Timetable available the June prior
  • Spring: Timetable available the September prior

See Timetable Action dates

Timetable Display Information

  • During Drop/Add, students (and departments) can quickly review a listing of open sections without reviewing each CRN.  Please remember that Course Requests are requests, not registrations, and do not impact the enrollment in a course.
  • The column "Location ?" provides the full name of a building abbreviation and access to a campus map.
  • Free Time and Lunch Requests
    • Displayed on the course request screen is a window to view CRNs for Free Time/Lunch (free time functionality needed for work, lunch, Corp Activities, band practice, athletic practices, etc.); enter these CRNs the same as you do for courses. Students should be advised that overuse of the free time function will reduce the flexibility and the successful completion of their request(s).
    • Note: entries of free times are processed in the scheduling process as first priority.
  • Cancellation of courses: The university reserves the right to cancel courses or sections for which there is insufficient enrollment.
  • Class locations may change.  Class locations printed in this timetable are subject to change in accordance with capacity adjustments and actual class enrollments.
    • Students should report to the class locations displayed on the Course Requests Results on Hokie Spa.
      Faculty members are urged to consult their respective departmental schedulers.

Key to Computer/Technology Codes used in course listing

Type Degree of Computer/Technology Use
A Meets regularly in the classroom and uses e-mail, web pages, Electronic Reserve, etc.
B Meets regularly in the classroom and/or laboratory/computer integrated classroom (CIC) and uses e-mail, web pages, Electronic Reserve, etc.
C Meets in the classroom/lab/CIC at least part-time and uses chatrooms, Moo's, or other online strategies to promote collaborative learning.
D Meets in the classroom/lab/CIC and uses software which must be purchased by the student or is available in departmental labs.
E Is a 100% online, web-based course but may require occasional onsite meetings
F Is a 100% online web-based course and does not require onsite meetings
G Is a course using video conferencing
H Is a course using video conferencing and the web.