End-Quarter Examination Schedule: Pattern B

Autumn 2013-14, Winter 2014-15, Spring 2015-16

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End-Quarter Examination Schedule: Pattern A

For Autumn 2014-15, Winter, 2015-16, Spring 2016-17:

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Course Evaluations

The Registrar's Office administers the online course evaluation system under the authority of the Academic Senate.


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Courses and Scheduling

The Registrar's Office processes course and scheduling requests from departments. Our policies are designed to optimize usage, maximize access, and minimize problems.


Final Exam Procedures

Future Examination Schedules can be found on the Final Exams page.

Process Steps

Step 1: Process Report

Step 2: Update PeopleSoft / Submit a Web Form

Step 3: Verify Final Exam Schedule

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The Cognate Course List Report on ReportMart

To begin the process or checking your cognate course list, go to ReportMart (http://reportmart1.stanford.edu) and navigate to the "Cognate Course List " report (Student Administration > Student Records > Course Scheduling > PS8 Cognate Courses). Macintosh users should go to http://connect.stanford.edu in order to access ReportMart.

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Course Description Example

Examples of good descriptions:

How literary texts shaped the early memory of the Holocaust in the lands of the perpetrators. Narrative and dramatic strategies of authors in East Germany (Bruno Apitz, Jurek Becker), West Germany (Peter Weiss, Rolf Hochhuth), and Austria (Ilse Aichinger, Christoph Ransmayr) who resisted the official discourse on the Holocaust and contributed to shaping its memory today. Readings in German. Prerequisite: GERLANG 3 or equivalent.

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Course Catalog Descriptions

Course descriptions are used for the Bulletin, Axess, data-mining, transfer credit, searching, and accreditation. A good description is short, to-the-point, and focused on the content of the course.

Probably the most important part of the Bulletin are the course descriptions. They guide students to the courses they need in Axess and through the Bulletin, but they also live on for a long time afterwards for purposes of data-mining, transfer credit, searching, and accreditation.

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