Scheduling Information

Scheduling Information

Scheduling Information

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**DEVSTUDY (ENRICH) courses 99 and below DO NOT count towards credits for graduation requirements. Meet with your academic advisor with specific questions **


BU's Department of Environmental, Geographical and Geological Sciences (formerly known as Geography and Geosciences) has a new name, effective with the Fall 2012 semester. Group B, Group C, Diversity, and Values have been added as appropriate.

Old and New Course Names

Important Message regarding ENGLISH.101

ENGLISH.101 Composition 1 has a new name, effective with the Fall 2012 semester the course name is Foundations of College Writing (ENGLISH.101).


Some academic departments and advisors may require advisees to seek advice before scheduling. If so, Advisement HOLDS may be placed on the students’ records.

• This hold requires you to make an appointment with your advisor, at that time the advisor would need to remove the hold in order to begin scheduling.
• All financial holds must be removed before you will be permitted to schedule, please see the Bursars Office in regards to removing those holds.

Winter/Spring Scheduling

The Course Search Tool for Winter and Spring 2017 will be available on or before October 7, 2016.

Winter Scheduling Information

October 27: 6:00 am, open enrollment for the Winter term

Spring Scheduling Information

October 17: 6:00 am, open enrollment for Graduate Students

October 17 - October 25: 6:00 am, Freshmen who are Fall 2016 Admits and Summer/Fall Admits will schedule their Spring 2017 classes.

  • a maximum of 14 credits can be scheduled to allow for labs.

October 27 and October 28: 6:00 am, students with priority scheduling for Act101, Athletes, Honors, The Students with Disabilities Center, Trio, Veterans & BOG will be able to schedule. After October 28th, any further scheduling adjustments needed can be made during your assigned enrollment appointment time based upon your EARNED credits.

  • a maximum of 17 credits to allow for labs.

October 31 - November 11: 6:00 am, students that are Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen can schedule classes based on the Scheduling Timetable.

During this scheduling period students may ONLY schedule up to 17 credits.

» Detailed info - Spring 2017
» Spring 2017 Scheduling Timetable

MyHusky Shopping Cart Tips

Adding courses to your shopping cart does not mean you are scheduled for those courses. You MUST move the courses from your shopping cart to your schedule in order to be enrolled in the course(s).

For quick and easy instructions on how to move courses from your shopping cart to your schedule in MyHusky, visit our shopping cart tutorial.

Below are links to assist you with logging in and scheduling in MyHusky:

Wait Listing

Bloomsburg University will be utilizing electronic wait listing (for closed courses) during the scheduling period.
This electronic method of attempting to get into closed classes will replace paper waitlists that departments used in the past.
  » Not all departments or all courses at Bloomsburg University will utilize the waitlisting option.
  » When scheduling a class if wait listing is being used you will see a yellow triangle next to the class.
  » If a seat opens up, students on the waitlist are automatically enrolled if they meet the prerequisites and if they do not have another class scheduled at the same time of day and week.
  » Students are enrolled in open seats based on their position number on the waitlist.
  » Waitlisting is a process within the Students Service Center Enrollment function of MyHusky.
  » If a section of a course allows for waitlisting, the student must opt into being added to the waitlist during the enrollment process. It is not automatic.
  » Wait listing will not commence until the Seniors begin scheduling.
  » It will not be in effect for the freshmen scheduling or the Priority scheduling timetable.

Wait Listing FAQs
Using Swap when adding a Wait Listing Course
Adding a Wait Listing Course