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RCS News - April 2024


  • Unused Class Sections to be Removed Before Spring Term Roll
  • Open Scheduling Begins May 6
  • Register Now: Winter 2024 & Spring 2025 Open Scheduling Kickoff Webinar
  • Check Out the Newly Centrally Scheduled Classroom Interactive Map!

Scheduling Tip: Requesting a Collaborative Learning Space
Classroom Spotlight: Chemistry (CHEM) 218
Upcoming Scheduling Dates & Deadlines

Residency Review Committee Seeking New Members

University staff and faculty are invited to apply to join the Residency Review Committee for the 2024-2025 academic year. This committee helps determine whether students qualify for in-state or out-of-state tuition rates as part of the residency classification for tuition purposes process. Committee members, representing different campus departments, review cases according to Arizona Board of Regents policy.
Typically, members spend up to 10-15 hours per semester reviewing documents and in Zoom meetings. Staff interested in providing a valuable service to our students can apply to join the 2024-2025 Residency Review Committee by Friday, April 26, 2024. New committee members will attend a 3-hour workshop in late May, with lunch provided. For any questions, please reach out to Jullisa Sanchez at

New Interactive Map of Centrally Scheduled Classrooms

Announcing an enhanced Centrally Scheduled Classroom interactive map that improves how to filter for Centrally Scheduled Classrooms on the main campus. The new Centrally Scheduled Classroom webpage offers several enhancements to better the user experience including enhanced map capabilities, improved sorting features, and expedited data updates. We encourage you to explore the new interactive map and familiarize yourself with its features. Please update your bookmarks from the previous listing ( to the new map:   

Amendments to Undergraduate Dean’s List, Honors & Awards Policy

Several updates to the Undergraduate Dean’s List, Honors & Awards were made to better reflect the diverse courseloads of the University undergraduate population, and provide meaningful and identifiable recognition for student academic success. Clarification in policy language emphasizes the applicability to only undergraduate students and distinguishes University academic recognition from the honors program.  

Amendments to Undergraduate Multiple Use of Courses and Undergraduate Certificate Policies

Several updates to the Undergraduate Multiple Use of Courses policy and Undergraduate Certificate Policy clarify existing policy language and remove restrictive language, allowing the updated policy to be inclusive of courses worth more than 3 units of credit and permitting the multiple use of course credit instead of limiting the use to two applications. 

Amendments to the Enrollment Policy

Several updates to the Enrollment policy for undergraduate and graduate students clarify existing policy and add provisions that allow appropriate credit units to count toward full-time status in certain circumstances. This updated policy is effective Spring 2024.

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