Student Timetable

Daily Timetable

Weekly Timetable

 

 

Useful Links

If you have any questions or issues with your timetable, please contact your School Office.

Give us Feedback

If you have any suggestions on how we can improve our service for your online timetable, please let us know at LISInfo@uclan.ac.uk

 

Mobile Timetable Web App

To access your timetable on a mobile device scan the QR code or type the URL below into the web browser on your device.

 

https://apps.uclan.ac.uk/mobilett

 

The first time you access this link you will need to log-in using you normal username and password. Once open, bookmark the page so that you can return easily.

FAQ's Answers

How do I access my online timetable?

You can see today’s timetable in the student portal To see future events click on the Weekly Timetable link beneath today’s timetable. You can scroll through future weeks in that view.

How are changes to my timetable communicated?

Changes within 24 hours of an event will be emailed directly to your UCLan student account. Timetable changes that have been requested by your lecturer several weeks in advance will just be updated on your online timetable.

How can I find the room/ building I’m timetabled to be in?

You can find your building/code on the Preston campus map, which also shows the facilities, opening hours, car parks, transport routes and disabled access arrangements for some buildings. Room numbers are based on floors so numbers under 100 (001-099)are on the Ground Floor, 100-199 are on the First Floor, 200-299 on the Second Floor, and so on.

Can I book a room on campus?

We have a range of bookable study spaces available for single or multiple use.
If these don’t meet your requirements ask your lecturer to book a room for you (students cannot book teaching space) and please ensure you return the space to its original condition before you leave (discrepancies/damages will be referred back to your lecturer).
The SU may also be able to book space for clubs and societies and films.

What should I do if I can’t attend a class?

If you cannot attend a class you should report your absence to your lecturer or school office as soon as possible.

What should I do if I attend a class and no one is in the room on my timetable?

Firstly, double-check your timetable and email account to ensure any last minute changes haven’t occurred. If the event and room are still showing on your timetable for the date, please contact your lecturer or school office

A module I am registered for isn’t on my online timetable – why is this?

To check which modules you are currently registered to, go to myUCLan Study Record, then select 'Services for Students' the 'View Course Information' If your modules are missing and you haven't recently submitted a module registration form, alert your school office immediatley

Registered modules should appear on your online timetable, and as study spaces in Blackboard eLearn, within 24 hours of appearing on your study record. Your school office is responsible for adding modules to your study record so advise them straight away if modules are missing.
If modules are showing on your study record but not on your timetable check you are looking at the right semester on the timetable (e.g. modules for semester two should only start appearing in semester two). If modules on your study record aren’t showing at all on your timetable contact your school office who will advise you which classes to attend while they rectify the problem.

Why does my timetable change?

Timetable changes occur for various reasons e.g.: a lecturer is off sick, the room wasn’t suitable for your session, or your lecturer has changed so we need to move the day/time of your session. You should be informed of last-minute changes by email or SMS but should check your online timetable daily (e.g. via the student portal) to double-check.

My lecturer has changed the day/time of my class – why does my online timetable not reflect this?

Sometimes changes requested by lecturers cannot be made on the timetable until a few days prior to the actual change. If your lecturer has asked for the change to be reflected on your timetable this will happen before the event. However, lecturers sometimes swap classes with colleagues or move seminars around without ensuring the changes are made to students’ timetables – causing confusion. If this has happened to you, and it’s not a one-off change for one week, please advise your lecturer so they know they need to get your timetable updated without delay.

I need to/want to change my seminar group – how do I do this?

Sometimes it’s possible to move students between seminars/groups but often this is not possible for health and safety or teaching workload reasons. If you are having real problems attending the seminar or group you’ve been allocated to contact your school office initially to request the change.

I’m not on the register in the class I am attending – why is this?

The class register is linked to the online timetable. Check your online timetable shows the classes you are attending. If the timetable is incorrect, or the class is missing, alert your school office as soon as possible. You may get email alerts in the meantime as the system will know you are attending classes that are not on your timetable.

Why shouldn’t I print my timetable out in the first week?

If you print out your timetable it is likely it will at some point become out of date. Therefore it is essential that you check your timetable regularly for up to date information.

I have a clash on my timetable – what should I do?

This usually indicates a serious problem. Contact your school office without delay to find out what you need to do. They may be able to move you to an alternative class for one of the modules, or one of the modules on your record may be registered incorrectly. They should also be able to tell you which class you ‘should’ attend and what to do about the other class while they sort your timetable out. Keep an eye out for the changes on your online timetable so you know where you should be in future weeks.



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