How do I view my schedule?
First, log into
UDSIS. Once your
Student Center screen loads, click on "My Class Schedule" under the
heading "Academics." This will show you your current schedule in both a
course-by-course view and a calendar view. You may notice that on the
calendar view, it appears that there is no space between your courses; a
look at the course-by-course view will typically show a 15-minute gap
between the end of one course and the start of another. Fifteen minutes
is usually plenty of time to get from one class to another.
I didn't get all of the classes I requested. What can I do about this?
You should first understand that the CAS staff members will schedule the courses you need for the major before scheduling your other selections. If one of your elective or breadth choices conflicts with a course you need for the major, we will select an alternate course that you identified in your meeting with your NSO advisor.
Between your NSO advisement meeting and the time that schedules are finalized, CAS may continue to adjust your schedule based on scheduling availability. If you are unsatisfied with your schedule once schedules have been finalized, please
contact us .
Can I adjust my schedule on my own?
It's really best to
check in with a CAS staff member
before you make any changes. While we realize you may not have your
favorite classes or that you don't like the start times for your
classes, the classes have been scheduled to the needs of your major and
are based on course availability. While you may not prefer to take an
8:00AM course, it is possible that the 8:00AM time slot is the only one
available or the only one that will work around your other courses.
If you have identified a change you'd like to make, please
send us a message
with the course you'd like to drop and the course you'd like to add and
we'll let you know if the change is possible and explain any related
circumstances. If the change is OK, we'll let you know that you can go
ahead and make the change on your own.
What is "Free Drop/Add"?
Free Drop/Add period is a time at the start of each when students are
able to make schedule adjustments with neither financial penalty nor
academic penalty. After this date tuition and a $25 processing fee will
be charged for change of registration; students withdrawing from courses
will receive a grade of "W" on their permanent record.
How can I find out which courses are available?
You can use UD's courses search page to review course offerings:
www.udel.edu/courses. On this page, you can select the term, "Courses with Open Seats" and other criteria that interest you.
I found a class that I want to take but the course
description indicates that it is reserved for students in the AA
program. Can I still take it?
Most of my friends are taking ENGL110 this semester, but it's not on my schedule. Is there something wrong?
not. While some students in CAS do take ENGL110 in their first
semester, many students may take it in their second term. The University
of Delaware offers ENGL110 in every term (including winter and summer
sessions) so you will have many opportunities to take it.
I accidently dropped a class and can't get back in because it's full. Can you help?
in most cases we cannot. Staff members in the College of Arts &
Sciences UAS have no authority to add you into a class that is full. If
the course you dropped was required for your major, please
contact our staff for assistance.