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Summer 2022 Courses
UPDATED: MAR 08, 2022
Enrollment has begun for Summer 2022, as we look forward to classes beginning May 10th there may be some small changes. Do ensure to double check course timing and setup before enrolling from MySchedule or directly via goSFU.
If you use the course cart in mySchedule or goSFU for enrolment, please review the courses in your cart before you enrol in case the course timing has changed, or a course has been canceled and removed from your cart. If you have trouble during enrollment, it may be due to changes to the course offering; you may need to remove your courses and re-add them to your cart before proceeding through the enrollment process.
Most classes will be in-person, and the goSFU, mySchedule, or Calendar entry will indicate a building code and room number. Alternatively, some classes will be remote.
Classes with an in-person component will be noted in goSFU and on the course outline; remote classes will show the word “Remote” for the room location.
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Please review the class notes to find information about synchronous, asynchronous or blended format. The following are examples of where to find the synchronous, asynchronous and blended information from the goSFU class search and mySchedule class search
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Remote classes may feature a fully synchronous, or fully asynchronous, or blended format (asynchronous lecture, synchronous tutorial).
- Synchronous means that the course component takes place at a set time, and you’ll be expected to attend remotely at that time.
- Asynchronous means that the course component is expected to be completed remotely that week at a time of your own choosing.
To avoid timing conflicts, asynchronous courses are not supposed to change to synchronous after enrollment starts. However, courses currently set as synchronous may still change to asynchronous between now and the first week of classes.
Final exam schedules will be released in June. This timing will allow you to avoid enrollment conflicts, and will significantly reduce instances of exam hardship.
See New Exam Scheduling for details.