Spring 2021 Scheduling Proofs

Spring proofs now available

The table below contains links to download Spring 2021 subject area scheduling proofs in Microsoft Word format. Please review the information and make any corrections in RED. First proofs are due back to the Scheduling Office on Friday, May 15.


Due to a recent by-law change any requests for exams to be held outside of normal class time must be approved by the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs prior to the start of registration. The Registrar’s Office cannot schedule these exams without assurances that they have been fully approved. For more details, please contact your school’s dean’s office.

Important Reminders

  • Please do your best to get the bulk of the changes in on this first proof. Incomplete proofs create unnecessary delays in finalizing the schedule of classes and do a disservice to students trying to plan their studies.
  • Please do your best to ensure your classes fall within the standard meeting times. Classes that do not fall within the standard meeting times may need to be rescheduled as space is at a premium.
  • Please do your best to deliver a balanced schedule by scheduling as many classes as possible during the evening, M/W/F, or 8 a.m. blocks. We do not have enough classroom space to meet demand for Tu/Th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you schedule classes during those times, there is a good chance you will be required to make changes to the class.
  • Please put realistic enrollment caps for each class section. Inflating enrollment caps may mean we have no space for you; decreasing caps and over-enrolling may mean the space we assign you in insufficient and we may not be able to move you into a more appropriate space.

Combined Classes

Please work with the other department(s) to ensure that the class will be offered, that the days/times and instructors are identical, and that the class enrollment capacities are correct.


If a class does not require a centrally controlled classroom, please indicate NO ROOM REQUIRED (NRR) in the BUILDING/ROOM area of the proof.

If the instructor of record for a class has an ADA approved accommodation please indicate this on the proof. The Registrar’s Office will work with HR and the department to ensure the accommodations are met.

If you have any questions, please contact Scheduling at registrarscheduling@uconn.edu or 860-486-3329.