How do I access my course schedule?

Modified on Thu, Aug 25, 2022 at 11:45 AM

To access your course schedule for the current term, log in to Self-Service. From the navigation menu (☰), select Academics, then Student Planning, and finally, Plan & Schedule.

 The desktop view of the Self-Service landing page. It includes shortcuts to common functions. To the left, the navigation menu is highlighted. Within the navigation menu, several menu options are also highlighted. First, the Academics dropdown is highlighted. It sits below the Financial Information dropdown. Within the Academics dropdown, the Student Planning dropdown is highlighted. Finally, within that is the Plan & Schedule option. It sits between the Planning Overview and My Progress options.


The Plan & Schedule screen will load, with the Schedule view selected. Here you can toggle through schedules for past, current, and future terms.


Information for the current term loads by default. It's divided in two sections:

  • a list of planned and registered sections
  • a Sunday through Saturday schedule table.


Your registered course sections appear in green. Each course section is in the day column and time row corresponding to its meeting day and time. Only course sections in green are your registered courses. Gold course sections are sections that you added to your schedule but for which you didn’t register.

The desktop view of the Plan & Schedule screen. The header says, Plan your Degree and Schedule your courses. Below that are four viewing options. They are—Schedule, Timeline, Advising, and Petitions & Waivers—Schedule is selected by default. Below these options, is the name of the term currently active. In this example it is the Fall 2021 semester. On the left are arrows that allow students to toggle back and forth from past to future terms. There's a button with a plus sign on the right that allows students to build future schedules. Finally, to the right of the page is Sun-Sat schedule that displays registered courses. 


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