Schedule Information


Class Updates

You may search for sections via Self-Service.  User ID and password are not required to search for sections.

Check Self-Service for updated information on available seats and class statuses. These class listings are updated in real time.


Term provides the term that the section is offered.


The instructor’s name is listed. If instructor’s name was not available at the time of printing, this column will be blank.

Meeting Information

Meeting information provides the start and end time, start and end date and building and room for the section.


Beginning and end dates of the course.


The first number indicates the number of available seats in the section. The second number indicates the maximum number of seats in the section. Keep in mind that while a section is being viewed by you, another student(s) could be registering for the open seats.


The number of semester hours credit awarded for course completion. Pre-curriculum courses earn 0 quality points, regardless of the grade earned.


The grading methods allowed for the course.


Pre-requisites and co-requisites may be viewed while searching for sections by choosing the course number that displays as a hyperlink. Choosing this link will provide detailed information about the course including any pre-requisites or co-requisites, course description, etc.

An academic division will require that a student drop a class for which he or she has not fulfilled the published state and local pre-requisites and co-requisites. The drop and refund deadlines still apply. The North Carolina Administrative Code require adherence to all pre-requisites and co-requisite listed upon enrollment. The college reserves the right to administratively drop any student who has not successfully completed the listed state and local pre-requisites or is not registered for the listed state and local co-requisites.

Course Description

Description of course details.

Additional Information

Any other specific information pertaining to the course.


Links to the textbook used for the course.