Once you’ve been allocated a timetable through Sydney Timetable, you will be able to review and adjust your timetable up until the last day to add a unit of study for the semester or session (which is the end of the second week of classes for semesters 1 and 2). During the ‘review and adjust’ period, you will need to make sure you are allocated to classes for the units of study you are enrolled in.
It’s important to be aware that once you’ve made changes to your timetable, there is no guarantee you will be able to return it to its previous version. You may be able to obtain your previous class times by adjusting your new timetable, but this will depend on availability.
In many cases, it might not be possible to make adjustments because of class availability, timetable clashes or departmental restrictions. Find out more information about how to manage clashes and full classes on our troubleshooting guide. For tips and guidance on how to make adjustments, watch our video.
You can find out what day and time the 'review and adjust' period opens by checking the timetable dates table.
Select the ‘Timetable’ tab in the menu bar to access your allocated timetable and view your class details. The coloured icon next to each class tells you its status. Make sure you review each of the statuses as it will tell you if you need to take action.
|Status||What does it mean||What can you do?|
|Allocated||This means you're allocated to this class||If you're happy with this class allocation, you don't need to do anything. If you would like to remove this allocated class, you can select the 'trash' icon. Before you select the trash icon, make sure you understand the significance of this action. Your place will become available to other students and you may not be able to allocate yourself to this class again|
|Select||This means you are not currently allocated to this class but there are free places remaining.||If you would like to allocate yourself to this class, select ‘select’.|
|Clash||This means there is a clash with one of your other allocations.||You need to deal with a clash as soon as possible. Select the ‘clash’ button for more information or read our troubleshooting guide.|
|Full||This means the class is full.||If you want to join this class, you will need to submit a 'swap request' or 'join a waitlist'. These are managed in the order they are received and will not always be successful. You can also read our troubleshooting guide for more information.|
During the review and adjust period, you can:
All changes are managed in the order they are received and will not always be successful, so if you want to make an adjustment you should do so as soon as possible.
If you’re happy with your allocated classes, you don’t need to make any changes to your timetable.
If you are unable to allocate to any class because there are no places available at a time that doesn’t clash, you can request to join a waitlist.
If you add a unit of study after timetables have been released you will need to log in to Sydney Timetable and allocate yourself to a class. You may find you need to adjust your other activities to ensure there are no clashes on your timetable.
If you withdraw from a unit of study and don’t select another one, you do not need to make any changes to your timetable. The classes associated with the unit you've withdrawn from will be deleted.
Your timetable needs to be finalised by the last day to add a unit of study in the semester or session, which is the end of the second week of classes in Semesters 1 and 2. Ideally, you should seek to finalise your unit of study selections as soon as you can.
If you have any units of study where you are not allocated to classes, the timetable team will select classes on your behalf and issue you a timetable before the session starts. This may mean some of your other class times need to be changed to avoid clashes. Find out more information about how to manage clashes and full classes on our troubleshooting guide.
If you enrol after preferences close but before timetables are released, you will need to allocate yourself to classes.
If you enrol after the date timetables are released, you will need to allocate yourself to classes on your timetable.
If you are unable to allocate to classes due to exceptional circumstances, you can use our online form to request assistance with your timetable for Semester 2 units of study. For your request to be considered, you need to include any required supporting documents.
Once timetables are available, you’ll be able to view it on Sydney Timetable and set up a calendar feed to view and sync your timetable in your preferred calendar application.
The feed is updated whenever your timetable changes.
To turn on or activate your calendar feed, log in to Sydney Timetable and select 'Subscribe to your timetable'. You can use this URL to subscribe from your iPhone, Google Calendar, MS Outlook, or other calendars. The help pages on those products will guide you on how to do this.
Once your timetable is finalised, log in to Sydney Timetable and select the ‘Timetable’ tab. You can view your timetable in either grid view or list view.
In the ‘Timetable’ tab, you have the option to print or download your timetable. Select the ‘print’ or ‘download’ icon located in the grey bar above your timetable to perform either action. You can select your desired print orientation and or choose to download your timetable as an excel or in text format.
The standard format for how class rooms or locations are presented in Sydney Timetable is:
Some locations don’t include a Floor Number.
Some locations include the code ‘VR’ which indicates a variation from a standard room, such as:
You can also click on the venue hyperlink to access more information about the venue, including detailed room features, accessibility and location information.