The printed schedule will look different
after this semester.
Starting this summer, you’ll start to see some changes in our class schedules.
When the summer schedule publishes this spring, it will no longer include course or program "ads." This will be done in an effort to reduce printing costs and further our college sustainability goals. All ads will be place online, either on our college homepage or a division homepage.
Courses will only be printed once; there will be no repetitions. Sections like Flex Term, Distance Learning and others will be eliminated. A course will only be printed under its subject heading.
For the fall, we will print only a minimal schedule. Along with eliminating ads and repeated courses, we will also omit all annotations. Only course names, numbers, registration numbers, faculty names and class days/times will be printed. The plan is to go paperless by Spring 2012.
For more information please contact Aly Yale.