|University Undergraduate Advising Handbook|
CLASS MEETING TIMES
(Academic Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual, C-1.7, 8)
REGULAR CLASS MEETING TIMES
All Penn State courses that have regular class meetings throughout a semester or session are scheduled in advance, at specific meeting periods, in specific classrooms. Every Penn State campus has a course-scheduling matrix that distributes the course offerings among class meeting periods on days of the week, and for meeting times each day.
The University Park matrix is presented as a form on the Registrar's website. There is a Registration Worksheet for fall/spring semesters and one for the summer session on the Web.
COURSES BY APPOINTMENT
Some courses do not have regular class meeting times. These courses meet by appointment "APPT," as indicated in the Schedule of Courses listing of the class in the Day/Time column. The "Classroom" listed for a class by (APPT) refers to the location of the instructor or department offering the course. Instruction for these courses is arranged at a time agreeable to the student registered for the class and the course instructor. Students who register for courses that meet by appointment must contact the instructor or the department for information on arranging meeting times. An example follows:
Some courses have both scheduled meeting times and an "APPT" component. These courses have a regular class meeting time throughout the semester and time arranged at the convenience of the student (considered to be part of his/her in-class requirement). Information is provided on scheduling the appointment component when students attend the first scheduled class. An example follows:
COURSES ON THE WEB
Web courses typically have no scheduled meeting times; blended learning/hybrid courses have limited class meetings.
The University may make changes in policies,
procedures, educational offerings, and requirements at any time. Please
consult a Penn State academic adviser for more detailed information.
This page is part of the University Undergraduate Advising Handbook, which is maintained by the Division of Undergraduate Studies, DUS@psu.edu.
Reviewed: November 2011
Last Update: February 2011