How to search for UVic courses. In this video, we will learn how to create your course list. This will help you select the courses and sections you will use for registration.
At the end of this video, you will have a list of courses that you can use to build your timetable.
Before you build your course list, you’ll need to plan the list of courses you need for your program. For help with planning your program, review the Program Planning resources for Current students.
Once you’ve got the list of courses planned, you’ll need a way to record each course’s 5-digit "course reference number" or CRN. You’ll use these CRNs when registering.
We recommend working your course list out on paper first, then using timetable builder tool in My page.
Begin by logging in to My page (uvic.ca/mypage) with your Netlink-ID and password. Now you’re ready to search for courses.
Next, go to “Student services” on the left-hand side of My page
Then, click on the Registration tab and go to “Look up classes”
The first step in creating your course list is to select a term.
Use the drop-down to search by Subject.
Click “View Sections” to see the details.
The “Classes found” list shows:
The 5-digit "course reference number" or CRN. You’ll use the CRN when you’re registering, you’ll want to write it down;
Whether the class is a lecture, lab or tutorial. This MATH course has a lecture section, called A01 and 2 tutorial sections, called T01 and T02.
The day and time the class is held. Days of the week are abbreviated “M” for Monday, “T” for Tuesday, “W” for Wednesday, “Th” for Thursday and “F” for Friday. The A01 MATH course is offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 am to 11:20 am. You’ll use the day and times when building your timetable, you’ll want to write these details down;
In general, 50 min courses are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Hour and 20 min courses are offered Mondays and Thursdays.
In the “Rem” column, you can see how many seats are remaining;
The “WL Act” column shows whether or not there’s a waitlist.
Finally, you can see the instructor’s name; the class start and end dates; and the classroom location.
Now that we have a list of CRNs and class day and time information, we’re ready to build our timetable.
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