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  Schedule Wizard Unresponsive

Update- 11/30/20 | 3:11pm: The system issue has been resolved and Schedule Wizard should be functioning properly. You may have to clear your web browser cache and restart your browser. If you are still have issues connecting to Schedule Wizard, email registrar@floridapoly.edu

11/30/20 | 12:00pm:
 We are aware that some students are having issues connecting to the Schedule Wizard. We are working with the system support team to identify the cause of the disruption and will post updates as we learn more. This disruption should not prevent students from registering in CAMS if they know which classes they need to take.


 Course Registration Dates

Dates are subject to change. 

 Spring 2021
Student Level Open Date Close Date
Graduate November 02, 2020, 8 a.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.
Senior (90 or more credits) November 03, 2020, 8 a.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.
Junior (60–89 credits) November 04, 2020, 8 a.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.
Sophomore (30–59 credits) November 05, 2020, 8 a.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.
Freshman (0–29 credits) November 06, 2020, 8 a.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.
General Registration Open Date Close Date
All Degree Seeking Students Open Enrollment November 06, 2020, 8 a.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.
Waitlists Available November 09, 2020, 8 a.m. January 04, 2021, 8 a.m.
Non-degree/Employee/Audit January 11, 2021, 5 p.m. January 15, 2021, 5 p.m.

 

Note: Undergraduate degree seeking Student Level is based on credit hours earned (does not include current enrollment). 

Students are responsible for registering on time. Refer to the Academic Calendar for other important dates and deadlines.

 

Navigating Course Registration

Schedule Wizard is a web-based tool you can use to generate all possible schedule combinations for the classes you need to take each term, allowing you to choose which schedule works best for you.

Schedule Wizard can help you:

  • find schedule options for all of your classes simultaneously.
  • build breaks into your schedule for periods of time you are not able to attend class.
  • lock a specific section of a class so you can build the rest of your schedule around it.

Note: You will still need to login to your CAMS account to add your desired classes to your schedule.

If this is your first time using Schedule Wizard we recommend you review the step-by-step detailed instructions.

To use the Schedule Wizard, review the below videos and quick guides for assistance:

Video Guides

Quick Guides

Registration and your schedule are your responsibility. To register for classes, login to your CAMS account and select the semester for registration. Build your ideal schedule by selecting the “Schedule Wizard” link to the left. You can then select the “Registration” link to add your desired classes. Be sure to click the green “Process Registration” button located at the top and bottom of the page after you’ve added all your classes. You can then see your completed schedule by clicking the “My Schedule” link on the left side of the CAMS portal.

Registration Eligibility and Restrictions: When registering in CAMS you may receive a message informing you that you are not eligible to add a class or that the class requires permission. Please make sure you have successfully completed all prerequisite requirements for classes you are trying to add. Complete the Course Enrollment Permission Form as needed.

If you need to reset your password visit the CAMS homepage. If you need additional assistance contact the Help Desk at 863-874-8888.

During open registration when a class is full, there is an option to add your name to a waitlist. Being on the waitlist does not guarantee a spot in the class, it indicates the number of students seeking to enroll in a specific class and section. Department chairs will review waitlisted sections to determine appropriate action.

If a seat in a class becomes available, the first position on the waitlist is registered into the class, and each position thereafter depending upon availability. Notifications will be sent to your student email account to verify that you have been added. Students are grade and fee liable for all enrollment after the add/drop period ends.

By using the waitlist function during registration, students agree to adhere to all guidelines and conditions listed below and understand that any misuse of waitlists will cause them to forfeit their place on a waitlist. Notifications will not be sent out if any of the following waitlist violations are identified. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure they are enrolled in appropriate classes by the end of the published registration deadlines.

  • Do not add yourself to the waitlist if you are already registered for a section of that class within the same term.
    • You will remain in the class and section you are already registered for and you will be removed from the waitlisted section.
  • Do not add yourself to the waitlist for a class that conflicts with any other registered or waitlisted class.
    • You will not be added to a class that causes a schedule conflict and you will be removed from the waitlisted section.
  • Do not add yourself to the waitlist for multiple sections of the same class.
    • You will remain on the waitlist for one section, chosen randomly, and will be removed from the others.
  • Do not remain on a waitlist for classes you are no longer interested in.
    • If you are next in line on a waitlist for an available seat, it is assumed that you want to be added to that class. It is your responsibility to drop the course by the deadline if you do not want to take it.
    • If you remove yourself from a waitlist and then add yourself back to the same waitlist you will lose your original position in line.

If you’re blocked from registration, it’s likely your file is missing a required document. This may be an immunization form, official high school transcript, or test scores (ACT/SAT). There also may be a hold on your account for past due parking tickets or other business matters. Contact the Office of Admissions or the Student Business Services Office accordingly to resolve the issue.

Your academic success is our highest priority. If you need help figuring out what classes to take next or are interested in changing your major or concentration, we welcome questions and are eager to provide answers.

To make an appointment with a success coach send an email or visit the Academic Success Center located on the first floor of the Innovation, Science, and Technology (IST) Building in room 1019.

Your well-being, health, and career goals are also important to us. Don’t hesitate to take advantage of our other support services.

 

Exam Information

Exam Schedules are subject to change. Students should check this page at least one week prior to exams to verify dates and locations. 

Courses which have requested an out-of-class exam are included in the schedule below. If you do not see your course listed, contact your instructor for more information.

All out-of-class exams will be held online between 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on the indicated date. The PDF will include the schedule sorted by exam date on the first two pages and then the schedule sorted by course on the last two pages. 

If a student has a time conflict between two exams, they must inform their instructors. The instructor of the highest numbered course is required to provide a makeup exam during the final exam week that does not create further conflicts.

If a student has an exam which conflicts with an evening course meeting, the course offering the exam is required to provide a makeup exam so the student does not miss their regularly scheduled evening course lecture. 

All final exams for Fall 2020 will be done online during the final exam week as indicated on the Academic Calendar. Your instructor will provide more information on the exam requirements. If you do not see your course listed in the below schedule contact your instructor for more information about your course exams. The exam dates and times listed below will take precedence over any dates or times that may be reflected in older versions of the exam schedule or what is noted in your course syllabus. 

If a student has a time conflict in the final exam schedule or more than two exams on the same day, the student must inform their instructors. The instructor of the highest numbered course is required to provide a makeup exam during the final exam week that does not create further conflicts for the student.

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) coordinates accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Please contact ODS by email or phone (863-874-8770) with any questions regarding exam accommodations.