Tentative Upcoming Schedule of Classes (TUSC) Process
*New this year - eTUSC for Round I*
The process of building the semester class schedule by the academic departments, the deans, and the Office of the Registrar is referred to as the "TUSC” process. The TUSC (Tentative Upcoming Schedule of Classes) report is initially constructed for the summer using the previous summer's course offerings for every department as a foundation. From this foundation, the departments and deans conduct one formal round of review in late-October/early November with the Office of the Registrar, during which they revise the class schedule in preparation for student web registration. Another round is in late-December/early January involves editing the Summer Bulletin of information and making minor edits to the TUSC report. Instructions and details about this process can be found at the links below.
Click on the links below for resources regarding the TUSC editing process:
For questions regarding the TUSC process or scheduling courses for Summer 2013, please contact the Office of the Summer Session (631-7282 - Kara Turner) or the Office of the Registrar (631-8597 - Scott Ball).