BEGIN DATE and END DATE: (all semesters)
The begin date should reflect the first class meeting and the end date must reflect the due date of the final assignment. Federal financial aid regulations mandate
that the dates submitted accurately reflect the actual beginning and end of student-faculty interaction. For instance, in sections that follow a concentrated organized
classroom interaction with an unscheduled period during which term papers or projects are prepared, the begin date reflects the first class meeting and the end date
reflects the due date of the final assignment. Instructors will have 5 days after the end date of the section to submit grades via the RO Instructor Systems.
See Course Scheduling Policy for further explanation.
Designate both building and classroom number desired. The classroom assignments should be consistent in capacity with the projected enrollment limit. Consult the Capacities of Classrooms list for building abbreviations and classroom capacities. For more detailed information on the equipment in the classrooms, visit
roomscheduling.msu.edu or tech.msu.edu. For classroom requirements such as fixed
and special equipment, movable seating, etc., please detail this information in the Comments Box. Assignment to a requested classroom and building is not assured. When
the meeting place of a section is not published, the department must maintain a record of the meeting place (classroom, instructor's office, university-affiliated
facilities) to satisfy audit requirements.
Off-campus sections require city/state/country. Select from the drop down box the name of the
city/state/country where the course is being taught. If the location is not on the drop-down menu,
select East Lansing, MI and in the comments box for that section, note the city/country. If the
course will be taught in more than one location, select the city/country where everyone first
meets from the drop-down menu and then in section text list all the locations, i.e.
Sec 750-Locations: England, Scotland and Ireland.
CLASSES MEETING TOGETHER:
Different courses meeting the same days/hours in the same classroom will be monitored by the Registrar's Office.
You may be asked to provide a rationale for this scheduling.
Software in the classrooms and computer labs is continually upgraded. For a list of software on the technology carts and in the computer labs or to request software that is currently
unavailable on the technology cart, see https://tech.msu.edu/teaching/computer-labs-classrooms/
CLASSROOMS - NEW COMING ON-LINE:
|1001 STEM Teaching and Learning – 60 capacity
|1002 STEM – 56
|1004 STEM – 24
|1019 STEM – 24
|1020 STEM – 56
|1130 STEM – 236 – Tiered active learning
|1201 STEM – 60
|1202 STEM - 120
|2001 STEM – 60
|2002 STEM – 56 (40 for Chemistry)
|2004 STEM - 24
|2010 STEM - 24
|2020 STEM – 56 (40 for Chemistry)
|2130 STEM – 180 Flat floor active learning
|2201 STEM – 60
|2202 STEM – 120
|3001 STEM – 24
|3002 STEM – 56 (40 for Chemistry)
|3004 STEM – 40
|3020 STEM – 56 (40 for Chemistry)
|3201 STEM – 60
|3202 STEM – 120
STEM - Chemistry, Physics, Biological Science and Computer Science will have first priority in scheduling these classrooms.
CLASSROOM SCHEDULING, FEATURES, ATTRIBUTES, AVAILABILITY WEB SITE:
From the Office of the Registrar's home page, reg.msu.edu, under Faculty & Staff, select Academic Room Scheduling (25Live). On this website you can view a specific classroom
by week and month. In addition to classes, events are also listed on the calendar. You can search for an event, request a classroom, see features,
attributes and a picture of the room.
Use the Comments Box in the work copy for any particular information relating to the course or section, such as
the type of classroom needed (movable, seminar, first floor due to disability of instructor, etc) and why.
Be specific. Access this box through editing or adding a section. This information will not appear in
the Schedule of Courses but makes initial scheduling easier.
COMPUTER LAB CLASS SCHEDULING:
Prior assignment to a computer lab does not guarantee future use. Indicate your preference of computer lab on the work copy by editing a section.
For information about specific computer labs, visit: tech.msu.edu/computer-labs-classrooms/ or call Classroom Scheduling at 355-4521.
COURSE ENROLLMENT REPORT GENERATOR:
The Course Enrollment Report Generator is available through the University Curriculum and Catalog web site at: https://www.reg.msu.edu/UCC/EnrollmentMonitor.aspx. This tool provides two primary types of reports:
COURSE SCHEDULING POLICY:
- The "Less than Minimum Standards" report displays course sections where enrollment for...
100-200 level courses is less than 15
300-600 level courses is less than 10
800-900 level courses is less than 5
- The "Selected Capacity" report displays course sections where the enrollment is at or above the selected fill rate.
Student success in producing a useful and compact personal course schedule is maximized when the scheduling
patterns of courses are simple and straightforward. Sections scheduled in a linear fashion at the same hour
or hours throughout the week are preferable to those with meeting times arranged in seemingly haphazard multi-hour patterns.
Teaching units are expected to distribute their courses throughout the days of the Monday - Friday teaching week.
Students' enrollment in full schedules is dependent upon sections being scheduled outside "popular" hours. The
University's commitment to making courses available for timely progression to degree is dependent upon the
well-distributed scheduling of required and elective courses.
Fall and Spring full-semester courses begin in the first week of the semester and end Sunday before finals week.
Calendar for Fall and Spring Half Sessions
First half-session courses begin in the first week of the semester and end by the established middle of semester. Second half-session courses begin after the middle
of semester and end before final exam week. Final exams for half session classes are given on the last class day.
First/Second Half Combinations
Consideration will be given to requests for linked first and second half-semester courses that form a
curricular sequence and utilize the same classroom facilities through the semester.
Non-Standard Contact Hours
Non-standard course scheduling allows courses to be scheduled based on the credit and contact hours required for the course.
The required total contact hours are computed by multiplying the approved course contact hours by 14. If
a course has a period of concentrated classroom time followed by an unscheduled paper/project preparation
period, base the contact hour concentration calculation on the classroom period only. Courses meeting in
non-standard time frames (less than a semester or half semester) MUST conform to the following credit
hour/contact hours/session length minima:
||56 contact hours
||10 class meeting days
||42 contact hours
||7 class meeting days
||28 contact hours
||5 class meeting days
||14 contact hours
||3 class meeting days
The maximum class hours/day in recitation/lecture courses is 6 hours. Labs and studio sessions may be
expanded per catalog specification. Final examinations should be scheduled for the last class meeting.
Examples if using the 6 hours per day maximum for abbreviated time frames:
1 credit - 14 contact hours - 3 days (2 days x 6 hours per class meeting = 12 hours and the third day = 2 hours which = a total of 14 contact hours).
2 credits - 28 contact hours - 5 class days (4 days x 6 hours per class meeting = 24 hours and the fifth day = 4 hours which = a total of 28 contact hours).
3 credits - 42 contact hours - 7 class days (7 days x 6 hours per class meeting = 42 contact hours).
4 credits - 56 contact hours - 10 class days (9 days x 6 hours per class meeting = 54 hours and the tenth day = 2 hours which = a total of 56 contact hours).
Trans-semester courses begin in one semester and end in another.
Trans-semester courses that are not approved for ET-Extension grading may not span a time period greater than 16 weeks
(17 weeks in Spring including break)whether on or off-campus, online, hybrid, or abroad. Trans-semester sections
will be assigned to the semester in which the majority of calendar days occur, as defined by the published
beginning and end dates. The begin and end dates must accurately reflect the actual beginning and end of
student/faculty interaction. In sections that follow a concentrated classroom interaction with an unscheduled
period during which term papers or projects are prepared, the begin date should reflect the first class
meeting and the end date must reflect the due date of the final assignment.
STUDENTS MUST BE PRO-ACTIVELY WARNED ABOUT THE POTENTIAL DELAY IN GRADUATION, OR FINANCIAL AID ISSUES , OR ENROLLMENT ISSUES DUE TO THE TRANS-SEMESTER COURSE END DATE.
Exception for Study Abroad:
If taught by contract non-MSU faculty teaching at their home university on
that institution's calendar, the 16 week maximum rule does not apply.
Grading for Non-Standard Sections
Instructors will have 5 days after the end date of the non-standard section to submit grades via the RO Instructor Systems.
This column shows the approved number of credits with the contact hours in parentheses, 3(3-1). Variable
credit courses show the range, 1-6. If a variable credit course has a section set to a specific number of
credits, it will display as, 3.
Classroom scheduling for evening use will be reduced to as few buildings as possible between the hours of 8
pm and midnight for the purpose of conserving energy and will affect both course and event scheduling.
At this time the buildings affected beginning at 8:00 pm are: Agriculture, Baker, Farrall, Giltner, Natural
Resources, Olds, Old Horticulture, and Urban Planning.
Bessey Hall, first and third floors classrooms will not be scheduled after 9:00 pm and the second floor
classrooms will not be scheduled after 7:00 pm.
The following classrooms will not be available to be utilized on Saturday and Sunday: 1279 and 1281
Anthony Hall; 147, 151, 155, 161, 165, 171, 173, 175, and 233 Communication Arts; 300 Human Ecology; and
S105, S107, S109 South Kedzie.
ENROLLMENT - LAST YEAR'S:
This column gives the previous year's enrollment. Take this figure into
consideration when establishing the enrollment limit and requesting a classroom.
Indicate with the greatest possible accuracy the number of seats you plan to offer.
For minimal enrollment policy visit: reg.msu.edu/Read/UCC/coursoff.pdf
See the final exam policy at https://www.reg.msu.edu/ROInfo/Calendar/Academic.aspx. First and second half-
semester final exams are given in the last class period (Second half-semester final exams MAY NOT be given
during finals week.) Grades for non-standard sections are due five days after the last class period.
HYBRID (BLENDED) COURSE SCHEDULING:
Hybrid courses blend online instruction with required or scheduled in-person contact, including examinations, laboratories, etc. At least 50% or more of the class is delivered
through online instruction. Proctored examinations, texts, reading lists, and/or other materials will be noted in the Schedule of Courses. Hybrid courses with on-campus meetings are classified
as on-campus courses.
Dates/days/time/location of in-person instruction must be indicated.
INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES:
instructors have to have their own section of an independent study course. This does not apply to 899 and 999 courses.
Instructor names may be listed on the work copy for your information only.
Schedule of Courses will list the instructor names that are in CLIFMS.
The administering (primary) department is responsible for the coordination and the scheduling of interdepartmental courses with participating
(nonprimary) departments. The administering department should include interdepartmental courses on their work copy with meeting times. Participating
departments should include a section with no information and a "0" enrollment limit.
* MEETING TYPE:
New in the work copy this year, you will have to identify the Meeting Type for each section. In Oracle Peoplesoft Campus Solutions (PS CS), the meeting type indicates the class activity type, defined as lecture, recitation, and lab. Some examples:
The meeting type for WRA 101 is lecture only.
The meeting types for MTH 101 are lecture and recitation.
The meeting type for CEM 161 is lab only.
Using data from the COURSES system, the meeting type was determined and loaded to PS CS. The work copy has been adjusted to read this data. Identifying meeting type for each section is now required. The work copy was pre-populated with the meeting type for the first meeting time. For sections that have more than one line of meeting times, you will identify the meeting type (lecture or recitation or lab) for the additional line(s). You can have multiple meeting times with the same component, e.g. two different meeting patterns with both identified as lecture.
In addition, to schedule the cross-enrolled meeting times correctly, those meeting times will need to be clearly identified. For example, if a lecture is to be cross-enrolled with another section’s lecture, please identify that meeting time as ‘Cross-Enrolled Lecture’. Please do the same with recitations and labs.
ONLINE COURSE SCHEDULING:
For online courses, all instruction is delivered in an online environment. Texts, reading lists, in-person orientations, proctored examinations
and/or other non-instructional experiences will be noted in the Schedule of Courses. Online courses are classified as on-campus courses.
Existent or new MSU courses can be offered online. IT Services provides consultations for new
instructors and/or new online or hybrid course offerings through Instructional Design and Development.
Please contact Instructional Design and Development (432-6200) to schedule a consultation to discuss
production support for prospective online and hybrid courses. A new online/hybrid course offering
is best preceded by a meeting including the faculty member of record who will teach the course;
members of the instructional team; and the department chairperson and/or college dean.
OUT-OF-STATE EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE:
If any instruction for a class section is given outside of the state of Michigan, you MUST indicate “Out-of-State Educational Experience” in the section text.
An out-of-state learning experience refers to an internship, externship, clerkship, practicum, rotation, clinical, student teaching, independent study,
study away, and the like, that occurs in a U.S. state, district or territory outside the state of Michigan.
In the scheduling system, the campus has been divided into partitions with groups of buildings in each partition. Each department will be assigned to partitions
based on campus location and building preferences. The following partitions will be used for scheduling:
- Berkey (AGH, BH, NS, OHB)
- Bessey (CC, EBH, NKL, OH, SKH)
- Brody (BDY, KC)
- Business College Complex (BCC, EPP)
- Chemistry (BCH, BPS, CEM, FAE)
- Communication Arts (ASB, COM, NR, PAC)
- Dem Hall (DH, IC, IW, JF, MUN)
- Engineering (ANH, EB, TFS, UP)
- Fee (CRD, FEE)
- Giltner (AUD, BKR, GEO, GH, KAC, PSY, SNY)
- Holmes (AKR, HLM, HUB, MCD)
- Life Science (CLC, LS)
- Music (MB, MPB)
- Plant & Soil Sciences (MPS, PBL, PSS, VMC)
- Union (HE, UB)
- Wells (CIP, EH, WH)
- Wilson (CSE, HLD, WIL, WON)
PRINCIPLES CONCERNING THE ASSIGNMENT AND USE OF CLASSROOM SPACE
Communication between the Registrar's Office and the instructional departments shall proceed through the Associate/Assistant Dean or other designated person in each college.
It shall be the responsibility of the instructional units to project enrollments. DO NOT request a class size larger than your needs in hope of securing a specific classroom.
During the enrollment period a section which has reached the capacity of the room may not be increased in size until a classroom of appropriate size is assigned by Classroom Scheduling.
- All building space belongs to the University and university classrooms are assigned to the Registrar's Office for purposes of scheduling.
- In the assignment of classroom space, the Registrar's Office shall consider the following factors listed in order of importance:
- Teaching method/classroom configuration;
- Requirements such as technology, fixed and/or special equipment;
- Health concerns of the professor (put note in the Comments box);
- The degree to which a teaching unit conforms to preferred section scheduling patterns -
- Standard 50 minute meeting times, three or more days per week;
- 80 and 110 minute class periods/two days per week (Tu Th, M W, W F);
- 50, 80, 110, 170, 230 minute class period/one day per week;
- Unconventional scheduling pattern - will be given least priority.
- The degree to which a teaching unit distributes section class hours across the hours and days of the week, 8:00 am - 10:00 pm, Monday - Friday;
- Enrollment limit approximates classroom capacity (compare with previous year);
- Convenience of location to the department or school offering the course.
Courses that allow for reenrollment in the same semester and have more than one section are to be listed as 1,
601, 602, 603, etc. This allows a student to enroll for more than one section of the same course.
SCHEDULING PATTERNS AND CONTACT HOURS
Day-Hours: Use M T W R F for the day designations.
If a Tuesday or Thursday is listed alone, use T for Tuesday or R for Thursday.
All day combinations are in the drop-down menu.
If days and hours are arranged, select ARR in the Hours Arranged drop-down menu or a specific number of arranged hours can be
selected. Rooms will not be listed if days and hours are ARR.
For scheduling after 4:00 p.m., days and meeting times are more flexible than shown below. Units desiring to schedule a class
using any time other than one of the authorized times listed below must clear the proposed scheduling with Classroom Scheduling
in the Office of the Registrar prior to submitting the request.
Contact Hours: Each authorized contact hour equals 50 minutes of formal classroom time. 50 minute class
periods should be taught according to the following meeting schedule. Fractional or multi-contact hour
scheduling should be kept to a minimum. If using such scheduling, please conform to the following time conventions.
||80 minutes (5 min. free time)
||110 minutes (10 min. free time)
||170 minutes (20 min. free time)
||230 minutes (30 min. free time)
Class Meeting Times (in the ( ) are the contact hours)
|50 Minutes (1)
||80 Minutes (1 1/2)
||110 Minutes (2)
||170 Minutes (3)
||230 Minutes (4)
|8:00 - 8:50
||8:00 - 9:20
||8:00 - 9:50
||8:00 - 10:50
||8:00 - 11:50
|9:10 - 10:00
||8:30 - 9:50
||10:20 - 12:10
||9:10 - 12:00
||9:10 - 1:00
|10:20 - 11:10
||10:20 - 11:40
||12:40 - 2:30
||10:20 - 1:10
||10:20 - 2:10
|11:30 - 12:20
||12:40 - 2:00
||3:00 - 4:50
||11:30 - 2:20
||11:30 - 3:20
|12:40 - 1:30
||1:00 - 2:20
||4:10 - 6:00
||12:40 - 3:30
||12:40 - 4:30
|1:50 - 2:40
||2:40 - 4:00
||5 PM - 6:50
||1:50 - 4:40
||1:50 - 5:40
|3:00 - 3:50
||3:00 - 4:20
||6 PM - 7:50
||3:00 - 5:50
||3:00 - 6:50
|4:10 - 5:00
||4:10 - 5:30
||7 PM - 8:50
||4:10 - 7:00
||4:10 - 8:00
|5:20 - 6:10
||5 PM - 6:20
||8 PM - 9:50
||5:00 - 7:50
||5:00 - 8:50
|6:30 - 7:20
||6 PM - 7:20
||6 PM - 8:50
||6 PM - 9:50
|7PM - 7:50
||7 PM - 8:20
||7 PM - 9:50
|7:30 - 8:20
||7:10 - 10 PM
Contact Hours for Summer Sessions:
If a class is meeting either half session, the contact hours need to be doubled per week. For example, if a
class meets 3 hours per week for a full semester then for a half session it will meet 6 hours per week.
If a class is meeting as a special session, take the number of contact hours (3-0) times a full semester (14
weeks) to generate the (42) contact hours. If the class is meeting 14 days then it would have to meet 3
hours per day. If a course has a period of concentrated classroom time followed by an unscheduled
paper/project preparation period, base the contact hour concentration calculation on the classroom period only.
SCHEDULING TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOMS
The following definitions are designed to help with scheduling so that requests can be as specific as possible. The objective is to assure that faculty
have the equipment they prefer for effective instruction in the classroom. To schedule a section into a technology classroom, indicate the type of technology
needed: Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 or Computer Lab when you add and/or edit the section. After selecting one of the technology options, select a specific
classroom and building. Additional information can be indicated in the Comments Box. The complete list of university classrooms and computer labs is available
at Capacities of Classrooms or check 25Live for classroom features
at: https://roomscheduling.msu.edu/. For more detailed information on the equipment in the classrooms, visit
Tech Tier 1: A room that has a technology podium (no computer, has instructor laptop connection VGA or HDMI) or technology cart (includes computer)
, permanently installed LCD projector or flat panel display, DVD/VCR combo, and microphone.
Tech Tier 2: A room that has an instructor cart (includes computer), touch screen control panel, DVD/Blu-ray, microphone, digital document scanner,
2-3 displays (either flat panel displays or LCD projectors), and speaker system. This tier includes the Learner-Centric classrooms.
Learner-Centric Interactive Technology Classrooms:
Learner-centric classrooms are designed to support a variety of active learning pedagogies that engage students in peer discussion, group work , or other hands-on activities.
There is no set front of the classroom as compared to traditional classrooms. These classrooms have tables with power and video connections, office-style chairs,
multiple projectors and screens, white boards, wireless networking, and a technology cart with a Crestron control panel that can control what images appear on the screens.
Learner-centric rooms are: N124 BCC, 175 BDY, 1220 EB, 105, 106, 111, 218, 222, 313, 316 EBH, 222 EH, C131 HLD, S134 SKH, 50 UB, B100, B104, B106 WH.
Tech Tier 3: REAL (Room for Engaged and Active Learning): A REAL classroom is designed to enable lively interaction, enhanced learning, and increased
faculty and student engagement. The REAL room has an instructor cart (includes computer), touch screen control panel, DVD/Blu-ray, microphone, digital document scanner,
multiple displays (either flat panel display or projector), HD speaker system, wireless networking, pods of tables with power and video connections, multiple displays for
student interaction and white boards. The instructor has the ability to see or display to the room the work of any specific student group and can present from the technology
cart or move freely about the room to consult with student teams. REAL rooms are: M210, M230, BCC PV, 323 CEM, 337 CSE, 114, 310, 315 EBH, 2, 38 MCD, 55 UB, C215 WON.
To teach in a REAL classroom, instructors must complete the REAL Academy. The REAL Academy will train instructors on how to implement active learning strategies into their
classes. Visit: http://tech.msu.edu/classroom-technology
Computer Lab: Computer labs may not have all the equipment that Tech Tier 1 classrooms have. For information about specific computer labs,
Direct questions about equipment types to Severin Grabski, Coordinator of Instructional Technology Support, MSU Libraries, Computing, and Technology, at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: The only university classrooms without any technology equipment are: 104 Giltner, 109, 110 Chemistry.
Audio Recording in the Technology Classrooms
For a list of technology classrooms equipped with audio recording systems, visit: tech.msu.edu/computer-labs-classrooms/
and search for record ready rooms. Used in conjunction with software such as Camtasia, Adobe Presenter (formerly Breeze),
Audacity, and others, this technology allows the instructor to record their lectures “live” in the classroom using the
existing wireless microphone in the classroom. Camtasia and Audacity are supported by Instructional Technology Services
(ITS) and are available in those rooms equipped with built-in PC (Microsoft Windows) computers. Apple computers are
equipped with Audacity only. Software applications used on personal laptop computers for recording are user-supported.
All rooms with “built-in” sound systems are compatible with this system, including both the “Cart” and “Podium”
rooms. This technology is being adopted in technology classrooms on an “as-needed” basis, upon faculty request.
For more information, please contact ViNessa Webster from IT Services at 432-6200 or email@example.com
I-Clicker Base Station
Information about student response systems can be found at:
If a section of a course has special fees, note that in the comments box so the section fees can be added before enrollment begins.
If you want the fee included in the Schedule of Courses, add to the section text box when editing the section.
Sections are to be numbered in sequence starting with 001 (medical class sections are the exception). A course
that has lecture and recitation or laboratory sections is to be listed with the common lecture on the first line
and the recitation or laboratory on the second line. Please note that in SIS, if the lab/recitation meets before
the lecture (i.e. lab M 3:00-4:50, lecture TR 12:40-2:30) the lab will appear on the first line in SIS and the
Schedule of Courses.
When adding a new section on the web work copy, you have to select a section number.
When there are multiple sections of a course, do not delete sections in the middle
of the series. Edit existing sections to appear as you desire and delete any section(s) at the end of the
series of sections.
|001 - 099, 601 - 699, 801 – 829
||full semester sections
|101 - 199, 610- 619
||first half summer session sections
|201 - 299, 620 - 629
||second half summer session sections
|301 - 389, 630 - 689
||summer special session and fall/spring non-standard sections
|390 - 399
||China Turf Grass Program sections (on, off campus, online, hybrid)
|401 - 409
||Kellogg Biological Station full semester sections
|410 - 419
||Kellogg Biological Station first half summer sections
|420 - 429
||Kellogg Biological Station second half summer sections
|430 - 439
||Kellogg Biological Station summer special session sections
|701 - 729
||Off campus Michigan or other U.S states, district or territory sections
|730 - 739, 790 - 799, 830 - 839, 890 - 899
|740 - 749, 840 - 849
||hybrid (blended) sections
|750 - 779, 850 - 879
||education abroad sections
|780 - 789
||graduate education overseas sections
Clarification on the assignment of section numbers.
001 - 389 and 601 - 689 section numbers means 50% or more is face-to-face instruction on campus, the
remaining instruction is on D2L, ANGEL, LON-CAPA, Codec, Videoconferencing or other online format.
701 - 729 section numbers: 50% or more face-to-face instruction off campus at least 30 miles from main MSU campus; remaining arranged instruction on D2L, ANGEL, LON-CAPA, Codec, Videoconferencing or other online format. These section numbers can also be used for the out-of-state educational experience like internships, field study, and student teaching.
730 - 739, 790 - 799, 830 - 839 and 890 - 899 section numbers: 100% online instruction; proctored exams may be required.
740 - 749 and 840 - 849 section numbers: 50% or less face-to-face instruction on or off campus; remaining instruction on D2L, ANGEL, LON-CAPA, Codec, Videoconferencing or other online format.
750 - 779 and 850 - 879 section numbers: all study abroad classes and any independent study and internships related to a Study Abroad program.
NOTE: You must indicate dates/days/time/location of in-person instruction of all sections numbered 740 - 749 and 840 - 849.
To receive summer funding for any hybrid section, the in-person meetings must be on the MSU campus.
This is an open text field that allows information regarding equipment required, restricted enrollment, subject defining, course objectives, average workload,
topics, and can include hyperlinks to web pages and syllabi. This information is displayed in the Schedule of Courses.
*If the section is meeting in a room not found in the drop down box, please note the location in the section text box. An example – Sec 002-Topic: Chemical Modeling. Location: 1309 Cyclotron Bldg. You must include "Location:".
Please note: In the section text field, indicate the actual class dates that do not conform to regular semester and summer session dates (see semester dates below)
, i.e. Sec 750-Class meets May 17 - June 18. Final assignment due August 14.
||May 17 - August 19 - full session
||May 17 - July 1 - first half session
|July 6 - August 19 - second half session
|September 1 - December 17 - final exams December 13-17
||January 10 - May 6 - final exams May 2 - May 6
*For special session section numbers (300-389) and all 700 and 800 section numbers, you have to enter begin and end dates. When adding or editing a section, if the section is meeting the Full Term, First Half, or Second Half, select one of those options listed, otherwise select Specific Dates and type in the dates – mm/dd/yy.
For additional dates, please visit the academic calendar website: https://www.reg.msu.edu/ROInfo/Calendar/Academic.aspx
SUMMER STUDY - OFF CAMPUS
The Summer Study courses you offered summer 2019 are listed on the summer 2021 work copy. If you do not plan to offer the course for summer 2021, select the DELETE icon. If you plan on offering the same course, in the same location, select the EDIT icon and enter the begin and end dates. Other information, such as days, time, enrollment limit and location can also be edited on this screen.
You may ADD courses to the summer 2021 work copy. Once you have listed these courses on the work copy, the Office of the Registrar will schedule off-campus classroom space and arrange for instructor equipment needs. For HYBRID courses, please list the dates for the off-campus orientation session if any, and classroom dates in the notes section on the work copy. The Office of the Registrar will schedule off-campus classrooms for orientation sessions/or exams.
For questions you may have about offering courses for off-campus summer 2021 or off campus locations, please contact Kimberly Blair-Chambers at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-355-9675.
WINTER BREAK STUDY ABROAD SEMESTER ASSIGNMENT RULE:
Study abroad courses scheduled to begin after the last class day of fall semester and ending (with all assignments/exams completed) before
the first day of spring semester will be scheduled as spring semester subterms. The winter break exception that classifies the course as a
spring course requires that the course not cross semester dates. If it does, a count of the trans-semester dates is done to determine the
appropriate semester. If there are more course dates in fall semester than spring semester, it will be considered a fall semester course.
Therefore, any winter break program course that extends into spring semester, must have the majority of course dates during spring semester.
This exception to the trans-semester rule is established to promote enrollment in Winter Break Study Abroad programs.
For wireless connectivity in a classroom visit: wireless.msu.edu .