Schedule preferences are due to the registrar by April 17, 2023.
Before beginning, it may be helpful to review the following information. Links open in a new tab/window.
In order to enable students to plan a workable schedule and to make the best use of limited classroom facilities, the week is divided into blocks for the purpose of scheduling courses. A grid illustrating the layout of blocks is available for your reference (PDF opens in a new tab/window). Please note the following as you submit your requests:
Curriculum Committee is providing some scheduling guidelines both to minimize conflicts for first-year students and to make donning easier. In choosing your schedule, we ask that you consider the following:
The form should be submitted as soon as possible and no later than April 17, 2023. We try to schedule everyone according to their preferences, but where conflicts exist consideration will be given to those whose forms are submitted earliest.
Please note that you must complete all required (*) fields and click the "submit" button on the "Finish" tab to submit your preferences. Once submitted, you should receive an email confirming your request. If you do not receive an email confirmation, it's likely that you've omitted a required item on the form.
Please be in touch should you have questions.
Daniel A. Licht, Registrar (914-395-2302)firstname.lastname@example.org
SLC ID number:
Email address:Returning faculty, please use your SLC email address.
Teaching days preference. Be sure to give two choices. Full-time faculty should check four days; part-time faculty two days.
Teaching days preference. For part-time faculty member with a class that meets once a week, please indicate a day for the class and a day for conferences.
First choice for class day:
Second choice for class day:
First choice for conference day:
Second choice for conference day:
Which time of day do you generally prefer to meet classes:
Of the three elements involved in scheduling (day, time, and room), which are the most important to you? Please rank the following 1, 2, or 3 in order of your priority; wherever possible, we will observe your ranking.
Days of class meetings
Time of class meetings
Room in which of class meets
Note that course titles are limited to 69 characters (including spaces) in our systems. If your course title contains more than 69 characters, please enter a suitable abbreviated title.
If course is offered for fewer than five credits per semester, please specify number of credits:
Number of times per week the class should meet.
Other number of times per week:
Length of class meetings:
Time of day you would prefer to meet:
Are you willing to meet in the evening?
Are you willing to meet at 9:00 AM?
Will any element of this class be taught online?
Preferred room: View a list of general-use classrooms here
Room facilities needed:
If you have a specific schedule and/or room in mind for this course, please indicate your preferences and an alternate below. We will do our best to accommodate as many specific requests as possible.
If, for curricular reasons, there are any courses taught by other faculty which should not conflict in time with your own, please indicate those course(s) here:
If your course has a lab, screening, group discussion, or other special meeting needs, please complete the appropriate section below.
Group conference for lecture courses (two conferences of one hour each will be scheduled)
Software you will be using:
Crestron (smart) rooms (Andrews 103,104; DL LR; HEIM 111,208; Science 101,201,301; Titsworth LH, LR; Westlands 104)
Preferred room: View a list of general-use classrooms here (PDF, opens in a new tab/window).