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Academic Course Scheduling

Summer 2024 - Schedule Development Timeline

What When Notes & Resources

College/Department Schedule Input Period


Summer 2024*: Monday, Dec. 4 - Sunday, Feb. 11 2024

*schedule shell was rolled from summer 2023 on 11/30/2023

Fall 2024**: Monday, Dec. 11 - Sunday, Mar. 10 2024

**schedule shell was rolled from fall 2023 on 12/08/2023

Please review the Scheduling Guides webpage to find step-by-step instructions for various scheduling tasks.

Other resources and policies can be found on the main Academic Course Scheduling webpage.

Course Demand Review

*fall & spring terms only

Early February 2024 (Fall 2024 term only)


Colleges/Departments can review Align data to determine if schedule adjustments can/should be made before the schedule input deadline.

Ad Astra Align Login

Schedule Input Deadline

Summer 2024: Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024 @ 11:59 p.m.

Fall 2024: Sunday, Mar. 10, 2024 @ 11:59 p.m.

No further schedule adds/changes are to be processed in Banner after this date and time.
Registrar's Office Review Period

Summer 2024: Monday, Feb. 12 - Friday, Feb. 23, 2024

Fall 2024: Monday, Mar. 11 - Friday, Mar. 29, 2024

No schedule add/change forms to be processed for the review term's schedule. General Purpose room assignments may also be processed during this time.
Schedule Change Forms Open

Summer 2024: Monday, Feb. 26, 2024

Fall 2024: Monday, Apr. 1, 2024

Please review the Scheduling Guides webpage to find step-by-step instructions on how to submit new section and change requests.
Schedule Posts to Web

Summer 2024: Friday, March 1, 2024

Fall 2024Friday, April 5, 2024

Schedule posts for students to view and for planning.
Textbook Adoptions Deadline

Summer 2024: Friday, March 15, 2024

Fall 2024: Monday, April 15, 2024

Textbook Adoption Webpage

Spring - October 15; Summer - March 15; Fall - April 15

Registration Time Tickets Post

Friday, April 5, 2024

(Summer 2024 and Fall 2024)

Student registration time ticket appointments post to myWings.


Registration by Time Ticket Begins

Monday, April 15, 2024

(Summer 2024 and Fall 2024)

Academic Calendar

College Scheduling Expectations

Colleges will assign one primary College Scheduler to coordinate the College's academic schedule and be accountable for its accuracy and compliance with scheduling policies and practices. The primary College Scheduler will serve as the main point of contact for all departments within their specific College. The primary College Scheduler will be the main point of contact for the University Scheduling Team in the Office of Records and Registration.

The primary College Scheduler is responsible for schedule security and will be trained in related scheduling systems by the University Scheduling Team within the Office of Records and Registration. If a College determines additional functional schedulers are needed, it is the responsibility of the primary College Scheduler to ensure those schedulers are appropriately trained. In this case, the primary College Scheduler still remains as the main scheduling point of contact for their College and the University Scheduling Team.

The University Scheduling Teams and six primary College Schedulers constitute a core scheduling group that promotes uniformity in the academic scheduling process. A core scheduling group is necessary for concise communication to all University partners and for accurate and consistent student-first scheduling.

Please review the following checklist, which details the various responsibilities that primary College Schedulers oversee. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Records and Registration.

College Scheduling Responsibilities

Primary College Scheduler responsibilities will include accurate input of course offerings, ensuring compliance with approved scheduling policies and practices, and monitoring of the following:

  • Time block patterns
  • Time block usage and distribution
  • Instructional modality/course delivery requirements
  • Instructional modality balancing
  • Contact/instructional minutes in relation to credit hours
  • Course time conflicts
  • Instructor time conflicts
  • Cross-listed courses
  • Off-campus courses
  • Appropriate usage of experimental (temporary) course numbers
  • Variable topic course titles
  • Non-traditional meeting patterns
  • Faculty assignments and percentage of courseload
  • ADA faculty classroom needs and classroom pre-assignments
  • Non-instructional days
  • Grade modes