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How to read Meeting Types/Instructional Methods when registering for classes on the Class Schedule website

  1. Log onto the registration portal through reg.wayne.edu
  2. Select "Register/Browse" classes
  3. Once on the registration page, click on "Register For Classes"
  4. Select your term (ie: Fall 2020)
  5. Once you have identified a course, click on the title of the course (ie: Introduction to Graphic Design)
  6. Click on "Instructor/Meeting Types" (see photo for example)

how to read meeting types

"Instructor/Meeting Types" is how your course will be taught that semester.

Definitions of "Meeting Types" (how class will be taught):

  • "Exam": Exams may be held on campus, but class will be taught online
  • "Online" WITH NO days/times listed: Course is taught completely online, with no meeting times
  • "Online" WITH days/times listed (or "Hybrid"): Course is taught online, however, will have varying meeting days on campus
  • "Synchronous": Course is taught completely online, however, student must be online during days/times listed on class schedule
  • "Traditional" (or "Class"): Courses will meet on campus

How to read your Fall 2020 class schedule

  1. Log onto the registration portal through your Academica account or reg.wayne.edu
  2. Once on the registration page, click on "View Your Class Schedule"
  3. Select your term (i.e., Fall 2020)
  4. Select "Schedule Details" (towards middle of the screen)
  5. Refer to "Type" for each course on how the class will be taught (see photo for example)

how to read fall 20 class schedule

"Instructor/Meeting Types" is how your course will be taught that semester.

Definitions of "Meeting Types" (how class will be taught):

  • "Exam": Exams may be held on campus, but class will be taught online
  • "Online" WITH NO days/times listed: Course is taught completely online, with no meeting times
  • "Online" WITH days/times listed (or "Hybrid"): Course is taught online, however, will have varying meeting days on campus
  • "Synchronous": Course is taught completely online, however, student must be online during days/times listed
  • "Traditional" (or "Class"): Courses will meet on campus