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RMIT’s timetabling system is called myTimetable. If you're not yet enrolled for 2020, you can check courses on the read-only version of myTimetable.

During the preference entry period, you can log in to myTimetable to enter your preferences. The system will then allocate you to classes and these will be available to view during the allocation adjustment period.

RMIT’s timetabling system is called myTimetable. If you are not yet enrolled you can check courses on the read-only version of myTimetable.

From the allocation date you can view your personal timetable by following these steps:
  1. Log in to myTimetable.
  2. Click Timetable in the menu bar.

Yes, during the preference entry period you can change your class preferences as many times as you like through myTimetable.

After the preference entry period has closed, myTimetable will be unavailable while RMIT allocates students to classes and you won’t be able to make changes until the allocation adjustment period opens. During the allocation adjustment period, all students can make changes to their timetables on a ‘first-in, first-served’ basis.

If you study a vocational program you can’t change your classes in myTimetable – you can only view them. If you need to make a change, contact us through the RMIT Connect portal below.

If you have an unavoidable clash between core courses, you should submit an enquiry through the RMIT Connect Portal below.

If you’re enrolled in the correct group code or class section, your timetable should be clash-free. To ensure you’re enrolled in the correct group code, contact us through the RMIT Connect portal below.

If a course in myTimetable has a red symbol next to it saying Not allocated it means you have not yet entered your preferences. During the preference entry period you can follow these steps below to enter them:
  1. In the Enrolment panel, click on a class that has a status of PREFERENCE
  2. Use the dropdown boxes to number each class; with 1 being your most preferred class.
  3. Click Save. The icon next to the class in the Enrolment panel will change from red (not allocated) to orange (pending).
  4. Repeat for each class with a status of PREFERENCE.
Note: You’ll see a percentage next to each class. This indicates how popular that class is; the higher the percentage, the less chance you have of getting a place in that class.

If a course in myTimetable has a red symbol next to it saying Not allocated it means you have not yet entered your preferences. During the preference entry period you can follow these steps below to enter them:
  1. In the Enrolment panel, click on a class that has a status of PREFERENCE
  2. Use the dropdown boxes to number each class; with 1 being your most preferred class.
  3. Click Save. The icon next to the class in the Enrolment panel will change from red (not allocated) to orange (pending).
  4. Repeat for each class with a status of PREFERENCE.
Note: You’ll see a percentage next to each class. This indicates how popular that class is; the higher the percentage, the less chance you have of getting a place in that class.

During the allocation adjustment period, you can use the myTimetable swap ‘heart’ function to request a place in a full class - if a place becomes available, you’ll automatically be allocated to the class. Follow these steps to make a swap request:
  1. Log in to myTimetable
  2. In the myTimetable Enrolment panel, click on the class you want to swap and you’ll be presented with alternative time options offered for the class
  3. Next to each class that’s full you’ll see a heart. Click on the heart to request a place in the class
  4. If a place becomes available, the system will automatically allocate you to your requested class and remove you from your original class.

If any of your courses show as full in myTimetable, you should submit an enquiry through the RMIT Connect portal below.

Courses that are delivered online won’t appear on myTimetable. You’ll find information and content for your online courses on Canvas.

If you have recently changed your enrolment via Enrolment Online, you'll need to wait 60 minutes before that course will display in myTimetable.

Courses that are delivered online won’t appear on myTimetable. You’ll find information and content for your online courses on Canvas.

If two or more of your courses are taught together in a 'cluster', you'll see a reduced number of courses and classes in your myTimetable enrolment window. This is normal for clustered courses and you don’t need to take any action.

If you have recently changed your enrolment via Enrolment Online, you'll need to wait 60 minutes before that course will display in myTimetable.

Get in touch with us for any other timetabling-related questions.
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