WINTER semester units have now been released onto the UC Timetable for 2017 which can be accessed at http://www.canberra.edu.au/timetable2017/.
The tutorial system is also now open for Winter semester student allocation. All available units on the tutorial system are open for direct student selection. Please log onto MyUC and allocate to your preferred sessions which will then appear on your personal timetable. If your unit does not appear, it may be pending final scheduling information from faculty. Please periodically check your units in Allocate, for the addition of outstanding units and for changes and additions to scheduling.
Please also note: The 2017 tutorial system, Allocate+, refreshes its information every 20 minutes at 10, 30 and 50 minutes past the hour. A refresh may take between 5 & 10 minutes to complete. If you have just enrolled in a unit you may need to wait until the next refresh has completed before the unit becomes available for you to select which classes you will attend. All single session classes will be automatically allocated provided that doing so would not create a clash on your personal timetable.
Students are requested to check the timetable regularly for additions and changes.
The web timetable can also be found on your MyUC site - under the Enrolment & Timetable tab select University timetable.
Timetable Release Dates*
- Other timetable information: 2017 Weeks and Dates (PDF, 25.84 KB)
*The timetable, including release date, is subject to change and you should check the published timetable and this page regularly for changes.
Winter, 2017 tutorial system opens for tutorial and preference selection
|Monday 5||June||2017||9:00am||Session selection in the tutorial system will close to students|
A manual for using the tutorial system, Allocate+, is available for download from the Allocate+ welcome page.
Legend for the timetable listings
- C Computer lab; D Studio; L Lecture; P Laboratory; S Seminar; T Tutorial; W Workshop
- LA, LB, LC etc indicate a series where you attend all; similarly TA, TB, TC or CA, CB, etc.
- Numbers following letters indicate alternatives from which you select one, e.g. one of T/1, T/2, T/3, T/4.
- Room code indicates building, level, and room, e.g. 9B6 is room 6 on level B of building 9
Casual Room Bookings
Any casual room bookings should be sent as an email request to email@example.com
Please include the following information:
- Name of booker.
- Name and contact details for the person responsible for the room usage on the day of the booking (this is used by Security or Facilities to contact you if a problem arises).
- Booking dates and times.
- Size (and name if known) of the venue required and any special requests regarding equipment.
- A description of the booking i.e. what the booking will be used for.
- Please also indicate if the booking will be used for University of Canberra related functions or if you are an external client requiring a booking.
Enquiries related to your program of study, course or subject information should be directed to the course or unit convener. Enrolment enquiries should be directed to the Student Centre. The Student Centre can be contacted on 1300 301 727. Enquiries related to the timetable may be directed to the Timetable Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.