Welcome, Class of 2026! The Office of the Registrar has provided tools to help prepare you for your first semester at Stevens.

View your schedule in Workday
  1. Under Quick Tasks click View My Courses
  2. In the View My Courses page you will see your enrolled courses listed. To see them in a weekly schedule, click the View Schedule button

Understanding Your Schedule

Below are some key terms that will help you understand your fall schedule.

  • Course Listing- this includes the course subject, course number and course title (ex. MA 121 - Differential Calculus) 
    • MA = Math (course subject)
    • 121 = course number
    • Differential Calculus = course title
  • Units- semester hours for the course and potential number of credits to be earned for course
  • Grading Basis - method by which the course will be graded
    • Graded - student is taking this course for a grade
    • Blank - grade will be entered on the graded portion of this course
  • Section - specific class information for your course. Many courses offer several sections each semester. (ex. In MA 121-E, your course section would be E)
    • Please note that some courses may include multiple formats, such as workshops, lectures and recitations. 
  • Instructional Format- refers to the type of instruction for the course
    • Lecture = delivered in-person or online by a professor
    • Recitation = review material in a small group
    • Workshop = themes and concepts or the development of a skill
    • Laboratory = provides students hands on experience
    • Independent Study/Internship = meeting days/times determined by instructor
  • Delivery Mode - refers to the way that the course meets
    • In-Person, Online or Hybrid (mix of in-person and online)
  • Meeting Pattern- days and times that the course takes place 
  • Registration Status - status of enrollment 
    • Registered = enrolled in course
  • Instructor - name of course instructor
  • Start Date/End Date - semester start and end information

Additional Course Numbering and Grading Information

Building Codes(requires log in to Stevens Intranet)

 

Math
Some math classes (including the calculus sequence) are two credit hours each and are split into the first seven weeks and the second seven weeks of the semester. Math classes for the second half of the semester will populate on student schedules this week. Some courses will require recitation sections that will also be populated this week.

 

AP, IB and transfer credit questions

AP, IB and transfer credits received as of  August 1 are posted to your Workday account. If any of these credits are missing, please email [email protected] from your stevens.edu email address. Include your student ID and the type of credit (AP, IB, transfer). If you are emailing about transfer credit, please also include the school attended, date taken and the date you submitted your official transcript to Stevens. We will review this information and respond accordingly. The Office of the Registrar will data enter non-Stevens courses and the Office of Undergraduate Academics will add the Stevens course equivalency ([email protected]).

 

Academic and faculty advisors

As part of our Freshman Advising System, every entering student is assigned an academic and a faculty advisor for their major. Faculty advisor information will be available in Workday after August 19. Academic advisor information can be found by logging in to Workday. 

 

You will have a number of opportunities throughout orientation to interact with your academic advisor and peer mentor to learn about your schedules and our campus and buildings. 

 

Learn more about orientation.

 

If you have questions before orientation you can reach out to your academic advisors. 

Students should consult the academic advisor for their major or school:

Schedule Changes

Schedules are based on AP, IB and transfer credit(s) received as of August 1.

Any AP, IB or transfer credits received after August 1 will require modifications to your schedule. Other changes to the schedule will be limited to those students who have special accommodations or an extenuating circumstance. Please work with your advisor to modify your schedule, if necessary. You can find advisor information above.

Resources

Workday Modules

Academic Catalog