Making your schedule and registering for classes is a little frustrating for everyone. You’ve got work or social engagements or just don’t want to take an 8:00 am class. We understand. The struggle is real.
The brains behind Banner Web created a handy tool that you should use when making your schedule! All you new freshmen coming for Orientation next week will be able to use it as well as those who are coming for later Orientations. Current students, since you’ve already made your schedule for the fall, you’ll be able to use it when registering for Spring classes.
Let’s get started! Access your registration page in BannerWeb through MyMC.
Click Schedule Planner.
Select your term, where you want to take your classes (Main Campus, Flowood Center, Law School, and/or Online), and then you’ll get to this page.
“Breaks” is where you will tell Schedule Planner that you’re working or sleeping or whatever you want to put. This is where Schedule Planner will block off the time you don’t want to be in class.
You can add as many breaks as you want or need, but I am going to warn you not to give too many breaks because then you won’t have as many options. Be realistic and put in the breaks that you need.
Now add the courses you want to take. It is a good idea to go ahead and know what courses you need to take. You can easily check out all of the courses offered in the Look up Classes link in the very first menu. It might also be a good idea to write down the course number.
Add in all the courses that you and your adviser talked about taking.
Then click generate schedules.
For this criteria entered, there are 50 schedule options! From here you can view the schedule, edit the courses and breaks, and select which schedule you want! This image is one of the random schedules that are offered.
Once you’ve selected the schedule you want, click “Send to Cart” at the top of the schedule page. This will take you back to MyBannerWeb.
Click Register and then boom! You’ve got your schedule!
Hopefully this new tool will save you some stress when making your schedule.