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New Course Schedule Planner

We have just introduced a new course schedule planning tool to help students discover courses and arrange selections of them that avoid timing conflicts.

When browsing the online catalog at go/catalog you can now log in and save courses that you find interesting. Look for “Save” links to the top-right of course descriptions. Courses can be saved either from the search view or from the detail views linked-to from department course listings.

This screen-cast gives an overview of the Schedule-Planner and how to use it:

Notable features:

  • Save courses at any time as you come across interesting ones.
  • Create one or more schedules for a term to see how different course selections might fit together.
  • Ensures that discussion and lab sections are considered.
  • Time-conflicts are highlighted.
  • Schedules can be emailed to an adviser or anyone else.
  • Schedules can be printed to aid in finding classrooms.

Please note that this tool is designed as a planning and advising aid — it does not register you for classes. Also, it does not have access to individual student records and hence does not check that prerequisites have been met.

Try it out at go/catalog.

Would-be-Voters in the Library

Submitted by Judy Watts

You are registered, right?

Voter registration materials are available in the Main Library atrium. If you or anyone you know, are not registered to vote in the November elections, stop by to pick up the materials.

Thanks to Brenda Ellis and Jean Simmons for getting the materials, Joseph Watson for helping with the display, and Morgan Connor for the brilliant picture.