uva schedule | me


We're open to schedule for the Spring 2018 semester.

Browse every course, schedule your week, and see unfiltered grade distributions.

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Class organization, reorganized.


We launched the original uva schedule | me in February 2015. It was a web application that allowed students to render weekly schedules as they added courses and selected sections. Based on the students' (and faculty's) response over the course of a year and a half, we saw that class organization was a real problem and needed a serious solution.

This application is an intuitive hub for students at the University of Virginia to organize their classes. Right now, we hold class data for Spring 2018. We have grade data from Fall 2011 up until Spring 2017.

The original uva schedule | me was built so you could visualize weekly schedules - it was an extremely simple hack of what is now schedule. There's a lot more to organizing and planning classes, though, and there were too many different resources that only did half the job. The fundamental idea of this revamp was to bring all the relevant data together in a unified, seamless experience. Every course and its sections are available for you to peruse, as well as any grade data that we could obtain. We collect some data from you so that we can provide even more information to everyone; for example, we'll show you who might be in your class and we'll make public the evaluations you write. We do not filter anything. We depend on you, the users, to be respectful and hope that you'll report anything you feel is inappropriate. Ultimately, with all of this data made availble, we think you'll find scheduling a lot more intuitive.

Development of this site began October 2016, it was launched March 2017, and it is currently being maintained. We are paying for hosting and storage out-of-pocket (with the help of some advertisement revenue).

By using this site, you are agreeing to our policies. You understand that data is not guaranteed to be accurate.


For users:

We're presenting a lot of data, but you'll find the site structure to be simple. There are three main sections: browse, schedule, and grades. You can search for courses from any page.

Browse

Every course, along with its sections, is listed here (you can filter which departments you want to see in your profile). You'll find direct access to a course's grade information (the course's page). You can also add or remove particular sections to and from your schedule directly from here.

Schedule

This sandbox allows you to render your weekly schedule. Specific classes can be picked directly on this page by adding a course, then picking a section. Detailed information about the classes in your schedule can be found here as well - including section-specific information, a projected GPA, and students who may be in your class.

Grades

Every course has its own page here. Most importantly, it will provide historic grade data as candidly as possible. We provide you with a few different kinds of charts, and allow filtering based on particular semesters and/or particular instructors. You'll also be able to submit evaluations (once per course), as well as see and rate others' evaluations. Sections are shown so you can add or remove them to and from your schedule directly from this page.

Your profile is used to see the data we have about you and provide you a means to manage it. There, you can see the pages you have access to, update your email or password, and view information or change particular settings for specific pages. At the bottom of every page is a link to email us directly.


For developers:

This site depends on bringing together data from different sources. Our scripts run routinely to aggregate and organize this data. Reach out direcly to us if you think we could help you build your application.



Srikanth Chelluri and Nikhil Gupta are both fourth-year students at the University of Virginia, School of Engineering and Applied Science.