Your personal scheduling agent
Course Match applies the latest academic theory to optimize your schedule based on your preferences and course availability. The goal of Course Match is simple - to maximize your satisfaction with your schedule.
Week of April 20
Course Match opens
Students may begin to report and modify their preferences for Fall 2015 courses
Tuesday, July 28
Final day for second-year students to speak with an academic advisor before the close of Course Match
Monday, August 10
Course Match opens to first-year students
Monday, August 17 - 12:00pm (noon)
Last day for students to report and modify preferences
Course Match closes at 12:00pm (noon)
Friday, August 21
Course Schedules are released
Drop/Add "buffer period" begins
Monday, August 24 - 12:00pm (noon)
Drop/Add "buffer period" ends
"Buffer period" results will be released later that day
First day of Q1 and fall semester core and elective courses
- Reminder: your utilities are weighted by a section's CU value.
- Use the "My Schedules" tool. This element of the user interface can help you identify how Course Match will make intelligent decisions on your behalf. When you notice Course Match making a choice you would prefer it didn't, adjust your preferences accordingly.
- Assign utility to any class section you could see yourself taking.
- If you don't want two courses to appear together in your schedule assign to the combination a value less than 0.
- Again, utilities are weighted by Credit Unit. A .5cu course with a utility of 100 actually has a weighted utility of 50.
- Utilities are relative. On a scale of 1-100 a course with a utility value of 100 is 10-times more preferable than a course with a utility of 10 but so too is a course with a utility of 10, 10-times more preferable than a course with a utility of 1.
View the primary training video in full-length:
View a brief tour of the User Interface:
Read the manual:
Course Match Manual v.1.4