Fix timetable problems

Clashes, full classes and incomplete timetable

Options Action
Choose activities on another day or time Change your allocations in Allocate+
The system confirms your changes immediately.
Change your unit enrolment (you may want to check with your faculty about making changes) Refer to the Handbook for unit options

Add or discontinue units in the Web Enrolment System (WES)
Changes to enrolment made in WES show up in Allocate+ within two hours.
View lectures online You may be able to attend one lecture and view another at a different time. Check with the unit coordinator whether lecture recordings will be available online. If so, you can access them through Moodle.

Faculties deal with lecture clashes in different ways, some will let you leave activities unallocated, others will force a clash in your timetable.
Try swapping classes with someone - there are two ways to do this
  1. Try the new system we're piloting this semester, which will search for a match with other students' swap requests. Here's how to use it:
    • Login to SwapMe using your Monash account
    • Select the activity you want to swap, which will bring up alternative timeslots
    • Select your preferred timeslot (you can select more than one to increase your chances)
    • Review and submit your request

    You'll receive an email if a match is found, but remember that a swap is not guaranteed.

  2. Or, post a message on Moodle’s discussion forum to see if another student will swap classes with you. You’ll need to get their permission in writing first.

    Ask them to use their Monash account to email the unit code and lecture stream/tutorial number, with confirmation of their willingness to swap, then attach this to the timetabling help form (see below).
Complete the online help request Timetabling help form
We will respond within three working days.

General timetable questions

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