What you need
|Using the timetable|
Below is a quick step-by-step guide to show you how to use the Student Timetable to find unit(s) or your timetable. For more detailed information of how the Student Timetable works, visit the overview page.
Step 1: Pick the Study Period
Pick the Study Period you want to view. If you're not sure:
Step 2: Pick the Year
If relevant, or available, select the Year you want to view.
Step 3: Pick the CampusPick the Campus you want to view - this is usually the campus you're enrolled at.
Step 4: Pick the Event Type
You can view 'Lectures only' or 'All classes' (including lectures, tutorials, workshops, and practicals etc.) for the unit(s) you choose, or Student ID you've entered.
Note: Selecting 'All classes' shows you all a unit's classes - this means you might see all the repeat tutorials, for example - so you'll need to work out which classes to attend. Check with the Student Centre or your Faculty/School adviser if you're not sure.
Step 5: Enter your Student ID or the Unit Code(s)
You can enter:
|Reading the Student Timetable|
Note: The Student Timetable displays a maximum of 1 hour blocks. For example, a lecture that runs for 2 hours, will be displayed as two separate 1 hour blocks (usually displaying the same information), one after the other.
I'm not enrolled yet
You can still use the Student Timetable to view units.
Once admitted to your course, visit eStudent to enrol, using your UTAS username and password.Can't log in? Get help.
Your first lecture
We strongly recommend attending all mandatory activities offered for your units.
Your first lecture is particularly important as a lot of additional information regarding the unit's study expectations and other classes is shared - not to mention essential lecture material.
Can't find my timetable
If your classes are still not appearing, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can't find a unit(s)
Double-check the unit code against the Course and Unit Handbook.
A number of units offered by the Australian Maritime College and the School of Medicine are not displayed in the Student Timetable.
Some distance units are not timetabled as the study is self or internally managed.
For help and support, please contact the relevant School(s), that offers the unit(s).
When do classes start?
Classes usually start on the hour.
For example - a lecture is usually 1 to 2 hours, which includes 10 minutes at the end for movement between classes.
The University year is divided into several Study Periods.
The Course and Unit Handbook will detail the relevant Study Period for each unit.
If you have questions or need help, please contact the email@example.com.