# Check your timetable
Make sure you know when and where your classes are by checking your personal timetable online.
# Find your personal timetable online
Go to the Wayfinder Homepage and select Timetable. You will need to log in using your University username and password before you are directed to your personal timetable.
Due to COVID-19 there may be frequent changes to your timetable. Please make sure that you check it regularly so you don't miss any updates. You will need to reload your electronic timetable each time (If you are using a screenshot of your timetable - or a classmate's timetable - it may not be accurate).
# Understand your timetable
Each coloured block on your timetable represents a taught session (either in-person or online) that you need to attend. It shows the time and location of the class as well as the module code and lecturer’s name. Use the arrows on the top left-hand side of the page to scroll backwards and forwards to view your timetable for each week of the academic year. To view your timetable by day or month, use the arrows on the top right-hand side of the page.
Lecturers will sometimes announce room changes by email or on Aula. If you are outside a room on campus, and have waited for 15 minutes for the session to start, please check your emails and Aula before contacting your lecturer to notify them that you were there.
# Ask for your timetable to be changed
If there is an academic reason to change the day or time of a class, you need to discuss this with your lecturer or course director and ask them to contact the timetabling team on your behalf. Requests to change the timetable for personal reasons are not usually approved. These will only be considered in very exceptional circumstances and only if it is possible to do so.
Please remember that any approved changes to your timetable will take up to 48 hours to display on your timetable once changed.
# Fix your timetable
Sometimes incorrect modules may show on your timetable or two modules may appear on your timetable at the same time. To fix this, you will need to email your faculty timetabling team and tell them which sessions need changing:
- Faculty of Arts and Humanities
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
- Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing
Once you have enrolled, your timetable can take up to 48 hours to update itself and display your correct sessions and groups.
# What to do whilst your timetable is being fixed
If your timetable is still showing incorrect, duplicate or parallel sessions after 48 hours of enrolling (and you have emailed the timetabling team and are awaiting support), you will need to contact your Course Director or Module Leaders through Aula and they can direct you to the best sessions to attend in the meantime.