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If the conflict flag for the subject displays “Yes”, then our scheduling algorithm could not find a conflict-free schedule for the combination of subjects you selected, and no sections were assigned for this subject. The online subject listing is the official source of schedule information for all subjects/sections and is a good place to start if you would like to research the source of the conflict.
Please note that the absence of a schedule for a class does not remove it from your registration. You are encouraged to drop any classes you do not plan to take as soon as possible.
Some combinations of classes have matching or overlapping schedules, but departments manage the logistics to prevent conflicts because concurrent enrollment in both subjects is not uncommon. Contact the department or instructor if you have specific questions about your schedule. The following are examples of subject combinations with this arrangement:
The scheduling algorithm is designed to optimize all subject requests with minimal conflicts. The schedule you see is the result of the optimization algorithm.
For the Fall 2016 term, online registration opens on Monday, August 29 and all student schedules will be run on Friday, September 2. If you completed the online registration process before schedules were generated, your schedule will show the classes for which you are registered. (You can verify your Status of Registration on WebSIS.) However, if you pre-registered for the fall term and did not submit your online registration before schedules were generated, your schedule will reflect what you chose during pre-registration.
If your schedule is based on pre-registration selections, you must still complete the registration process. To do so, meet with your advisor to discuss your plans and submit your registration online to the Registrar after your advisor approves your subject selections.
In order to achieve the greatest optimization of scheduling, we must collect as much information as possible about students’ subject selections before running the schedules. In the fall term, new students make their subject selections during Orientation. By delaying the generation of everyone’s schedule until after new students have registered, we can provide the greatest benefit for the most students. For the spring term, the schedules will be run shortly after pre-registration ends, as all students’ subject selections will have been collected. This is roughly two weeks earlier than in the fall term.
For Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Math GIR subjects, go to Section Changes for information on how to change your section. For all other subjects, contact the appropriate department office, or check with the instructor. In most cases, you should just attend the section that fits into your schedule.
Check to see whether there is another lecture or recitation section available for the class that conflicts with your HASS class. If not, you should choose between the conflicting classes. You can see a list of the lectures and recitations for any class by referring to its description in the online subject listing. For a list of all scheduled lectures and recitations by department, refer to the class schedule list. (This list is not updated after the fifth week of the term.)
If the CI-H or CI-HW subject that you requested is not on your class schedule, the algorithm did not assign you to the subject. However, you may add your name to the waitlist of any subject in which you are interested. A link to the CI-H/HW waitlist page will be available on the WebSIS student page after schedules have been run.
If you pre-registered for the class, your name will be carried forward to Stellar’s pre-registration class list about a week before the start of classes. If you add the class later (either as you register for the term or by submitting an Add form), your name will be picked up by Stellar after your registration is processed. If you need assistance with Stellar, write to email@example.com.
No. The scheduling algorithm does take free time into account in building a schedule, but if a subject conflicts with free time, the subject will take precedence. However, when a subject has enrollment limitations, there may be additional requirements to meet before registration is considered final. For example, a subject may require students to pre-register and/or prioritize students in a particular course or year.
No. This option is not yet available.
No. Your schedule is generated only once. It is up to you to manage any changes that you make to your schedule in whatever way works best for you.
If you pre-registered, your pre-registration schedule is available on your Online Registration Form. The “View Pre-Registration Schedule” link is located about 1/3 down from the top of the page on the right-hand side.
Your schedule is available on WebSIS only through the first week of the term. To verify the subjects for which you are registered, go to WebSIS and view your Status of Registration. If you have any questions about your registration, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently in transition to a new scheduling system. In the future, we expect to provide student schedules that will provide additional details, such as the source of conflicts.