Good to Know!
- Timetable & Exam Schedule Timelines
- Closed Course
- Waitlisted Courses
- One Lecture, Two Rooms
- Building Abbreviations
- Course Codes & Identifiers
- Second week of May; before Victoria Day weekend.
- First week in March.
- Mid October; Friday before Fall Reading Break.
- Mid February; Friday before Winter Reading Break.
- Early June.
Before the final date to add or change courses.
- The status of 'Closed' indicates that the section has reached capacity and is now full. Please ensure you check other sections of the course as it doesn't necessarily mean that all sections are full.
After the final date to add or change courses.
- The status of 'Closed' indicates that the registration period is closed and you can no longer register in the course.
When there are two rooms assigned to a lecture, that means that the enrolment of the course is too high for all students to fit into one lecture hall and the lecture will be streamed from the larger room to the overflow. In most cases it is Wenjack (OCA W101.2) to another room. The best option would be to go to the larger room first to see if there is space available.
BL - Bata Library
CC - Champlain College
CSB - Chemical Sciences Building
DNA - DNA/LHS Building
ESC - Environmental Sciences Building
ECC - Lady Eaton College
GCS - Gzowski College
FPHL - First Peoples House of Learning
BH – Blackburn Hall
OCA - Otonabee College
SC - Science Complex
TSC - Trent Student Centre
CH - Crawford House (Traill)
FL - Fry Lodge (Traill)
SH - Scott House (Traill)
WH - Wallis Hall (Traill)
Trent University course codes (e.g. BIOL1020H-A-F01) consist of four parts.
- Department abbreviation (BIOL).
- Four digit course level (1020).
- Credit value (H).
- Section identifier (A-F01).
If there are multiple sections of the course, subsequent sections would be numbered A-F02, A-F03, etc. Each course section may share the same lecture time, whereas seminar times may be different. Students can choose their course section when registering.
- A course number with a "Y" suffix indicates that course is worth 1 credit.
- A course number with an “H” suffix indicates that the course is worth 0.5 credit.
- A course number with a "C" suffix indicates that the course is worth 1.5 credits.
- A course number with a “D” suffix indicates that the course is worth 2.0 credits.
- FA indicates a course is offered in the Fall (September to December).
- WI indicates a course is offered in the Winter (January to April).
- FW indicates a course is offered in the Fall/Winter (September to April).
- For Summer term information please visit Summer Courses.
- CON - Conversation Hour
- FLD - Field Course
- LAB - Laboratory
- LEC - Lecture
- MOD - Module
- RED - Reading Course
- SEM - Seminar
- THS - Thesis Course
- WEB - Web-based Course
- WRK - Workshop
- Fortnightly / Bi-weekly - Every other week
- AHCL - Ancient Greek & Roman Studies
- ANTH – Anthropology
- ASCI – Arts & Science
- BIOL – Biology
- BIOM – Biomedical Science
- ADMN - Business Administration
- CAST - Canadian Studies
- CHEM – Chemistry
- CHYS – Child & Youth Studies
- CCTH – Communications & Critical Thinking
- COIS - Computing & Information Systems
- CUST - Cultural Studies
- ECON – Economics
- EDUC – Education
- ENGL - English Literature
- ERSC / ERST - Environmental & Resource Science / Studies
- EGEO - Environmental Geoscience
- FRSC - Forensic Science
- FREN – French & Francophone Studies
- ARAB, CHIN, GRMN, ITAL, SPAN - Language Courses
- LING - Linguistics
- GEOG - Geography
- HIST – History
- IESS – Indigenous Environmental Studies / Science
- INDG - Indigenous Studies
- IDST - International Development Studies
- JOUR – Journalism
- MATH - Mathematics
- NURS - Nursing
- PHIL – Philosophy
- PHYS - Physics
- POST - Political Studies
- PSYC - Psychology
- SWRK - Social Work
- SOCI - Sociology
- SAFS - Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems
- WASC – Water Sciences
- WMST - Gender & Women's Studies