How to navigate class timetables

Class timetables take different shapes for different students. The flexible study options on offer at CQUniversity mean that your timetable could be a busy combination of lectures, tutorials and workshops each week, a simple block of residential schools, or you may have no on-campus classes at all, if your units are 100% online.

How do I know if I have a class timetable?

If you’re enrolled in an on-campus unit, you will have a weekly class timetable.

If you’re enrolled in an online or mixed-mode unit, the unit overview in the CQUni Handbook details the residential school requirements. If this section says ‘yes’, you will have a timetable for this residential school.

How do I find my class timetable?

Class Timetables are available in MyCQU and the CQUni Handbook. The DRAFT Class Timetable is published four weeks before the start of term. For help finding the draft timetables, please visit our MyCQU All Class Timetables Instruction Sheet.

The OFFICIAL Class Timetable will become available two weeks before the start of term and can also be accessed in MyCQU. Class registration will become available following the release of the official timetable. For help creating your personal timetable, visit our My CQUniversity Timetable Instruction Sheet.

Where are my classes held?

Class date, time and location are all included in your timetable. Our CQUniversity Locations webpage allows you to select a campus or centre, and visit the corresponding map to become familiar with where your class will be held.

For help with timetables, please submit the Timetabling Enquiry eForm.

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