This webpage is intended for our staff members who are schedule builders for credit-based
coursework. Please use the production timelines listed below to ensure an optimal
schedule for our students. In addition to these timelines, you will find other resources
listed on this webpage to support you through the schedule building process.
Registrar Technical Staff rolls Spring 2020 schedule to Spring 2021. Instructors NOT rolled. The Registrar's Office synchronizes Spring 2021 terms to EMS Campus.
Apr. 3, 2020
The Registrar's Office runs report, opens schedule for edits, and sends class schedule
email to deans, department chairs, master schedule builders, and division schedule
Apr. 13-May 1, 2020
Department chairs/program coordinators review schedules, make corrections/updates,
and send to schedule builders.
May 4, 2020
DEADLINE for receiving adds/changes/deletes for Spring 2021 classes from department chairs/program
May 5-29, 2020
Schedule Builders modify, delete, and add sections as needed.
Jun. 1, 2020
DEADLINE for Schedule Builders to enter changes/updates for Spring 2021.
Jun. 2-8, 2020
The Registrar's Office will synchronize Spring 2021 classes to EMS Campus. Master
schedule builders will make group preferences and shared space adjustments in EMS.
Jun. 9 – 12, 2020
The Registrar's Office will publish room assignments from EMS Campus back into Banner.
Jun. 15-Sept. 21, 2020
Department chairs and program coordinators proof the Spring 2021 class schedule for
errors (e.g. section number issues, day/time errors, etc.)
Sept. 21, 2020
DEADLINE for receiving changes/updates to the final proof schedule from department chairs/program
Jul. 9- Sept. 21, 2020
Schedule builders make final corrections for Spring 2021.
Sept. 21-28, 2020
The Registrar's Office and master schedule builders will verify the accuracy of the
schedule and make adjustments accordingly. Schedule builders may continue modify,
delete, and add sections as needed.
Sept. 28, 2020
Spring 2021 is published online as “view only” in the Interactive Class Schedule.
No major revisions to the schedule should be requested at this time.
When the schedule is rolled, review the reports to determine which rolled sections
should be deleted or expanded. Work with your schedule builder during the editing
phase (refer to production timeline) to make updates.
When registration begins, it is critical for deans, chairs, and coordinators to review
course enrollments and waitlists weekly. Doing this often and early will help to determine where we need faculty to teach
new sections, and help our students by introducing new sections.
Timelines to review cancellation, waitlist, etc. reports