Codes and abbreviations

The timetable systems, Class Timetable and Allocate+, use codes to describe the unit, location, teaching period and class type. The example below shows a timetable entry, which would appear as ATS1326_CA_S2_ON-CAMPUS.

ATS1326 _ CA _ S2 _ ON-CAMPUS
Unit code   Campus
  Class type
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This first-year unit, Contemporary worlds 2, is offered on the Caulfield campus in semester two, and is taught on-campus.

You can tell it's a first-year unit by the first number in the unit code, ATS1326. Second and third year units have numbers starting with two and three.

Activities in Class Timetable and Allocate+

Activities may be repeated or have a series of parts.

Repeated activities

This example shows the same activity is repeated during the week:


Each week you attend either Tutorial/01 or Tutorial/02 or Tutorial/03.

Activities with parts

This example shows parts are represented by P1 and P2.

You can choose either lecture series 01 or series 02, and attend each part in that series.



If you choose Lecture 01, each week you attend Lecture 01-P1 and Lecture 01-P2.


The example below shows the location is Clayton campus, at 20 Chancellors Walk in room W204. The building address is shown for the Clayton campus. Other campuses use the building number.

See Clayton timetable address codes (pdf 213kb) for a full list of the new Clayton location codes and abbreviations.

CL _ 20Chn / W204
Campus   Street number and street   Room
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This example in Allocate+ shows a student in South Africa who has a choice of eight tutorials, each with two parts. The locations of the tutorials vary.

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