UC Davis Schedule Builder |Full guide on How to Use

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UC Davis Schedule Builder

UC Davis Schedule Builder is the online class planning and registration tool offered through the myucdavis portal.

What is a Pass Time at UC Davis?

A Pass Time at UC Davis is a four-hour window during which students can register for classes. Pass Times are determined on the number of units you possess.

A senior will enjoy a more enjoyable pastime than a junior, etc. This is because these students require particular courses to graduate.

Don’t panic if you miss your pass time window. You will still have the option to enroll in courses. If it is the day of registration, you can wait until open hours (Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or Monday-Friday, 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.) to register, but be sure not to miss those as well. You may attempt to use open hours if the delay is at least a day. If it fails, you may be required to wait until your Pass 2 time.

Applications for the UC Davis Schedule Builder

UC Davis Schedule Builder | Full guide on How to Use

UC Davis Schedule Builder screenshot

The schedule builder is capable of;

  • Search, create schedules, and register for classes in a single location.
  • Schedule Builder allows for the preparation of all classes prior to registration appointments.
  • Before your pass time, create and store multiple schedules for the same quarter.
  • Check for holds and errors on your registration before your pass time.
  • View class information and important class notifications.
  • View your schedule in both calendar and list formats.
  • Graduate students may register for classes using Schedule Builder at any time throughout the term during which registration is permitted.
  • Each student is responsible for confirming their enrollment, making modifications by the dates, and deleting undesirable classes.

Accessing and utilizing the UC Davis Schedule Builder

Video guide on how to use the UC Davis Schedule Builder. 

To use the UC Davis Class Scheduler,

  • Go to the My.ucdavis.edu website.
  • Select Sign in.
  • It should redirect you to the login page.
  • Enter your UC Davis Kerberos ID, which you use to access the “myadmissions” website.
  • You may also just run myScheduleBuilder and enter your UC Davis Login ID and Kerberos passphrase.
  • Academics should be the tab at the very top of the page.
  • Clicking on that will provide a dropdown menu.
  • Then, click on Class Registration.
  • This will take you to the website for the Schedule builder.
  • Select the academic period Fall 2022. Examine the UC Davis Academic Calendar for crucial dates and deadlines.
  • Create a new agenda. Identify the Schedule. Create classes.
  • During the following session, your major advisor will cover the courses you may take during your first year.
  • Select “Create a New Schedule.”
  • Next, identify the timetable.
  • To locate your classes, click the Add/Search course button.
  • To make it easier to identify courses that are still open and available for you to enroll in, choose “display Advanced choices” after clicking the add/search icon.
  • Save the course based on the time periods that appeal to you. Add your favorite class schedule to your calendar. Not the same as registering is saving.
  • Utilize the calendar view to visualize what each day of the week will look like. Click View in the upper-right corner, then click Calendar View.
  • Register for Classes. After clicking the registration button, verify that you have registered for the desired course.
  • For Financial aid and Student Housing – Full-Time status, you must register for a minimum of 12 units. Students are expected to make 13 units of progress toward the 39-unit minimum to maintain good academic standing.
  • Swap – If you must take a different class in place of one for which you have previously registered.
  • Drop – Eliminate a course for which you are already registered.

UC Davis Schedule Builder extension

Schedule Builder Export is a plugin for Google Chrome that enables exporting of UC Davis Schedule Builder to Google Calendar. This addon adds an export button to the UC Davis Schedule Builder page.

After finalizing a calendar, clicking the export option will import and sync the schedule into Google Calendar. For this extension to function, you must be signed into Chrome (not Google) with your selected account.

How to waitlist on UC Davis schedule builder

During their Pass One registration visit, students can place themselves on a waitlist using Schedule Builder if a class is filled. The waitlist procedure continues until the twelfth day of training.

Not all courses have waitlists, and some have waitlists only during Pass Two.

Courses on waitlist count toward the maximum number of units permitted during registration periods. The units of a waitlisted course are disregarded for evaluating financial assistance eligibility.

Waitlisted students are contacted via their UC Davis email address when they are accepted into a class.

All students are responsible for deleting waitlisted courses via the UC Davis Schedule Builder if they do not desire to attend.

Waitlists begin with Pass One registration appointments and end on the last day to add classes, the 12th day of teaching, during the academic terms.

Students who have not been added to a waitlisted course before the waitlist finishes will be dropped, and the Schedule Builder status box for the class will display the registration error Dropped-Waitlist Ended.

What does s/u mean on UC Davis schedule builder?

S/U stands for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Grading (S/U). Graduate students receive the grade ‘Satisfactory’ for work in graduate courses that would otherwise receive a grade of B– or higher and for work in undergraduate courses that would otherwise receive a grade of C– or higher.

The “S” grade corresponds to letter grades of C or better for graduate students, whereas the “U” grade corresponds to letter grades of C- or lower.

In approved courses, instructors only issue grades of Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory. As stipulated by each degree program, these courses count against the maximum number of units graded S that may be applied toward the degree.

You cannot repeat a course using the S/U option if you previously obtained a letter grade in it. If you received an Incomplete in a course for which you received a letter grade, you cannot continue the course on a S/U basis. Ensure that the specified grading mode represents letter grades.


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