First, check that your course isn’t being taught online. Courses that are delivered online won’t appear on myTimetable. You’ll find information and content for your online courses on Canvas.
If the course that’s missing is a face-to-face course, or you’re seeing courses you don’t believe you should be enrolled in, see the relevant section below.
Higher education students
Check that you’re correctly enrolled via your Confirmation of Enrolment statement available in Enrolment Online. If you aren’t enrolled correctly and have to add to or change your enrolment via Enrolment Online, you need to wait 60 minutes before that course will display in myTimetable.
If you've done this, and your enrolment in Enrolment Online and myTimetable still don’t match, contact RMIT Connect.
Vocational education students
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 some/all of your face-to-face courses are missing, or you’re seeing too many courses in myTimetable, your school may have enrolled you in the incorrect group code. Contact your school via RMIT Connect for assistance.
If you completed or changed your enrolment on-campus via the paper-based process, you need to wait approximately three business days before that course will display in myTimetable. If your course isn't appearing in myTimetable after three business days, contact RMIT Connect.