mySchedule

Federation University’s timetabling system is called mySchedule.

You need to have enrolled into your courses in my Student Centre before you can manage your timetabled classes in mySchedule

mySchedule operates in Preference and Adjustment mode. You can read more about each mode and find instructional videos and guides below.

Preference Mode

Before each Semester begins, you will be given an opportunity to indicate your preferred classes.  Take your time to consider your selections. This is an equitable process, not a first-in, first-served process.

After Preference Mode closes for sorting, mySchedule will not be available. During sorting, your preferences will be taken into account to create the best possible clash-free timetable for all students. There is no guarantee you will get your first preferences.

If your circumstances change, or you need to consider alternatives, you will be able to adjust your timetable during the Adjustment Mode period.

  • If any of your course enrolments in mySchedule have 'Non-timetabled class' listed against them, this means that there is no timetabled classes for this course so you don't need to make any changes in mySchedule. Further information about this course will be provided to you before the commencement of classes., eg: via Moodle.
  • If you are enrolled in courses for non-standard Terms (e.g. Winter, Summer, etc), your individual timetable will open directly in Adjustment Mode.

View the mySchedule preference video or download the How to preference your timetable (pdf, 157kb) to learn how to preference the classes in your timetable.

Adjustment Mode

If you did not select classes during Preference Mode, or Preference Mode was not available to your course, then your classes may not be allocated satisfactorily. You will need to complete the allocation process during Adjustment Mode.

In Adjustment Mode, you have an opportunity to review your class allocations and make changes where possible.  You can also wait-list classes that you would like to allocate into if those classes are full.  The sooner you review your class allocations the better chance you have of creating the timetable that suits you.

  • If any of your course enrolments in mySchedule have 'Non-timetabled class' listed against them, this means that there is no timetabled classes for this course so you don't need to make any changes in mySchedule. Further information about this course will be provided to you before the commencement of classes.
  • If you are enrolled for non Standard Terms (eg: Winter, Summer, etc), your individual timetable will open directly in Adjustment Mode.

View the mySchedule allocation video or download the How to select or adjust your timetable (pdf, 58kb) to learn how to select or adjust your timetable. 20,710

Read-Only Mode

If a course shows as (READ ONLY), you can view your timetable for this course but will not be able to manage your class allocations.

Reasons why a course may appear (READ ONLY) include:

  • Allocations for this course have been managed centrally. Timetable adjustments require academic approval and administrative assistance;
  • Timetables are closed for further adjustment.  Typically, this occurs two weeks after classes commence but can occur sooner for some courses.

Off Mode

If a course shows as (OFF), you will not be able to select preferences, adjust allocations, or view the timetable for this course.

Reasons why a course may appear (OFF) include:

  • mySchedule may not be open yet for you to manage your allocations. Please refer to the Key dates;
  • mySchedule will not be available while the preference sort process is undertaken;
  • Allocations for this course are being managed centrally;
  • The course is not running this semester (e.g. Semester 2 courses will be visible in Semester 1, but shown as (OFF)).

Key dates

Semester 1, 2023

Activity

Date

Preference mode opens.

9am Monday 12 December, 2022

Preference mode closes.

9am Monday 23 January, 2023

Until Adjustment mode opens your classes will not appear in mySchedule while the system sorts preferences and allocates you to your classes.

Adjustment mode opens

9am Monday 30 January, 2023

You can now view your allocated classes, adjust your individual timetable where places are available, or request a swap to join a wait-list for when/if places become available.

Classes commence

Monday 27 February, 2023

mySchedule turns to ‘Read Only’

Friday 10 March 2023*

This is your last day to swap, select or adjust classes.*

* Some Courses may become ‘Read Only’ prior to the indicated date.


Summer, 2022

StepWhen to complete this step
Adjustment mode opens

9am Monday 17 October 2022

You can now view your allocated classes, adjust your individual timetable where places are available, or request a swap to join a wait-list for when/if places become available.

Classes commence

Monday 14 November 2022

mySchedule turns to ‘Read Only’

Friday 25 November 2022**

This is your last day to swap, select or adjust classes.

Semester 2, 2022

ActivityDate

Preference mode opens.

9am Monday 30 May, 2022

Preference mode closes.

5pm Monday 13 June, 2022

Until Adjustment mode opens your classes will not appear in mySchedule while the system sorts preferences and allocates you to your classes.

Adjustment mode opens

9am Tuesday 28 June, 2022

You can now view your allocated classes, adjust your individual timetable where places are available, or request a swap to join a wait-list for when/if places become available.*

Classes commence

Monday 25 July, 2022

mySchedule turns to ‘Read Only’

Friday 05 August, 2022**

This is your last day to swap, select or adjust classes.*

Spring, 2022

StepWhen to complete this step
Adjustment mode opens

9am Friday 5 August, 2022

You can now view your allocated classes, adjust your individual timetable where places are available, or request a swap to join a wait-list for when/if places become available.

Classes commence

Monday 5 September, 2022

mySchedule turns to ‘Read Only’

Friday 16 September, 2022**

This is your last day to swap, select or adjust classes.

* Allocations for Mt Helen 2nd & 3rd year nursing course will be managed centrally. Timetable adjustments require academic approval and administrative assistance.
** Some Courses may become ‘Read Only’ prior to the indicated date.

Further information

Phone : 1800 333 864
Online : Enquiry portal (FRED)