Proofing occurs in the Schedule Builder applications in myWSU. The primary applications are:
Instructions for using the Schedule Builder Applications. The Schedule Builder applications require training to receive access. Information about Access and Training.
OBIEE Reports can show you which sections are approved, the instruction mode, day/time, instructor, and facility. More information on OBIEE Reports is under Instructions.
Associated class links lecture and lab courses and assigns units. Most lecture sections should use an Associated Class number that matches the Section number. You will not be able to change the variable units of a course independently unless it has its own associated class number.
This number is used to link sections together in the LMS, which is Canvas starting Fall 2021. Use the magnifying glass to select the Primary Instruction Section number. Combined courses will link sections for the LMS using the Combined Section table. This must be performed by the campus scheduler.
Waitlist allows students to add themselves to the waitlist for classes that are full. The waitlist eliminates the need for students to watch the schedule of classes for an opening in a full class. 999 is the recommended waitlist capacity.
Here are a few features of Waitlisting:
Departments with crosslisted courses must coordinate the scheduling of these courses. The parent department will establish the time, seats available, and room.
University regulations require that both the 400- and 500-levels of conjoint courses be open for enrollment. Additionally, both courses must be scheduled in the same classroom with the same meeting times.
Blended courses are courses offered through WSU Global Campus and have sections on each campus. These courses are set up by the Global Campus and should not be altered by department schedulers. If you wish to add a new blended course, please contact the Global Campus.
Blended courses are coded as follows:
VC courses have both an Originating Site and a Receiving Site and are offered between multiple campuses. Permission is required by the department/registrar at each campus.
VC courses are coded:
All special course fees must be formally requested and approved. More information about special course fees.
Topics courses may have a Topic that will be listed on the students transcript. This can be entered by the department scheduler before the course is APPROVED. Leave a Notes/Request after the course is approved. This field is only available for Topics courses.
With the exception of web-based sections, lower-division sections should be submitted with a specific time/day. Upper-division and graduate courses submitted with an arranged time must be scheduled by the department after registration without disruption of the students' schedules.
Courses approved for variable units may be scheduled as follows: