Easily plan your on campus classes with MyTimetable. The MyTimetable tool lets you view all of the on campus classes you're studying in the upcoming session.

You can see what lectures are compulsory and what times you can choose for your tutorials, practicals and other classes.

MyTimetable is available for internal on campus subjects at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga campuses. Online subjects will not have any class details in MyTimetable.

MyTimetable opens in read-only mode for Session 1, 2020 on Monday, 3 February 2020 allowing you to view your class times and plan your timetable.

MyTimetable opens in allocation mode for Session 1, 2020 on Monday, 17 February 2020 allowing you to allocate into your classes.

Find your classes

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What to do if...

  • There's a clash with your classes

    If you have a clash in classes, your core subjects will need to take priority over your electives. If your timetable clash is with a core subject and an elective, or two electives, you'll need to either:

    • select another elective
    • study the elective online.

    If you have any questions or concerns about class clashes, contact Student Central.

  • Your classes are full

    Some classes may fill quickly due to higher than expected enrolment numbers. If you are unable to allocate yourself into a class because they are full, we will schedule another class and email you when you have been assigned to this class.

  • You can't sign up to a class

    You won't need to sign up to classes if there is only one option to attend, your lecturer has assigned you to a class, or the subject has a different sign-up option. Check your Subject Outlines to find out how to sign-up to your classes.

    Please note: Subject Outlines are available 14 days before the start of the session.

How to use MyTimetable

Using the home screen

Allocating an activity

Different views you can use

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