• Academic Schedule Change Form

    Instructions: Use this form when a class section already appears on Piperline, but the details are incorrect or require adjustment.  This includes meeting days, times, instructor changes, and enrollment maximums.  

    Note: This request may only be submitted by the designated scheduling liaison in each school.


    Scheduler

    Scheduler Email Address

    Term      Year

    Subject   Course Number   Section   CRN  


    Select all that apply.

      

              New Start Date:       [None] Select a Date Delete the Date 

              New End Date:       [None] Select a Date Delete the Date   

              Change From:   Change To:  

              Change From:   Change To:   

     - Instructor ID required for changes, use all zeroes if instructor is TBD.

              Change From:  

              Change To:   Hamline ID#   Percentage (graduate only)  

              Change To:   Hamline ID#   Percentage (graduate only)  

     - Change to:

     (undergraduate sections only) - Change reserved seats for:
                - Number of reserved seats:  
              
              - Number of reserved seats:  
              - Number of reserved seats: 
               - Number of reserved seats:  
              

     - New Room Attributes Requested:   

              Available Attributes:
                -TECH: Podium or cabinet with projector, PC, sound, and full laptop hookups
                -DOC: Document camera only
                -LECT: Lecture, rows facing forward
                -SEM: Seminar, square or U-shaped
                -TABL: Tables with chairs
                -White board
                -Chalk board

     Classroom Preference - We will do our best to accommodate preferences based on room availability. Please note, requests for West Hall 4, 6, and 240A must be submitted through the Active Learning Classroom space request form.

              Building:   Room: 

    Reason for Schedule Change  

    Notes to Academic Scheduling Department
                                           

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