Standard Class Schedule Footnotes

(Enter in SSASECT during data entry period)

8 No cost for class textbook materials
9 Low cost (less than $50) for class textbook materials
A Mandatory Attendance
B Open to non-­majors after initial registration period
C Previously offered as a different course number; may not be repeated. Contact department for more info
D Remedial course. Credits deducted; course does not apply to degree requirements
F Course content is conducted online with some degree of required travel to UO campus for testing/exams. Some departments permit students who are unable to travel to UO campus to use a proctored location; see syllabus or contact department for information.
G Pre­major, major, or minor are required to take this course graded to be applied to major or minor requirements
H Honors
J Course content is conducted on campus and online.  Students must be able to travel to campus for weekly class meetings at the time on the class schedule.
K Lectures and readings in English
M Major, minor, or pre­major restrictions; contact the academic department for additional information
N Open to non­majors only
O All course content is conducted online. Students are not required to come to campus for orientation, testing, or academic support services.
P This course has special meeting dates. Academic Deadlines stated below do not apply. Please contact the academic department for more information.
Q Tentative
S Enrollment restricted for THIS SECTION/TERM ONLY to participants in the Society of College Scholars Program
T Self-support course; course fee replaces tuition. GE Tuition Waivers, Staff Tuition Benefits, and Veterans' Dependents Tuition Wavers do not cover self-support fees.
V On DuckWeb, cannot drop on/after first class day (after 5pm Fri if starts Sat/Sun) or add after term deadline. To drop or add after these dates, email registrar@uoregon.edu from your UO email. Deadlines based on days of course complete when contacted.
W Computer based/online course; requires access to the web
X Combined Midterm Exams. See course details for specific dates and times.
Y Combined final exam. See Final Exam Schedule.
Z Repeatable when the topic changes.

For RO use only:

E Classroom is located on a level that is not accessible by elevator.
L Course day/time/location changed; check course detail for more info
R Applied and/or experiential, academic support skills, or career and professional development course.  Credit-bearing general limitation to the bachelor's requirements.  Maximum of 24 credits; not more than 12 credits in this area.
U Some or all of the seats in this section are reserved for students in Freshman Interest Groups (FIG) or Academic Residential Communities (ARC)