For Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 there will be two Engineering Scheduler Tools available.
If you are a returning first-year student and need access to ECOR 104X courses, please use the Scheduler Tool v2 to submit “Engineering Override Request”.

If you are a returning student with at least second-year status or higher, please use the Scheduler Tool v1 to submit “Engineering Request Form” for 2000-level or higher engineering courses.

The Engineering Scheduler Tools can be used to create timetables with the Timetable Whiz or Timetable Assistant. Please read the instructions posted below before submitting your request.

Scheduler Tool v2: Engineering Override Request

 

Returning first-year students will not have access to register for ECOR 104X courses without an override.  To request access to ECOR 104X course(s) please submit an Engineering Override Request (EOR) in the Engineering Scheduler Tool v2.
Note: students need to be connected to Carleton’s VPN in order to access the submit an Engineering Override Request.

STEP-BY-STEP EOR INSTRUCTIONS

Access Scheduler Tool v2: Engineering Override Request (ECOR 10XX Only) →

An EOR submission may be cancelled for any of the following reasons:

  • If you are requesting upperyear engineering courses, or a non-engineering or graduate-level course
  • If you are requesting a schedule conflict; conflicts of any kind are not permitted

The Engineering Academic Support Office strives to respond to all EOR submissions within 5 business days. A decision will be sent to your Carleton email from the “SchedulerToolEngineering” no-reply email account.

Please note: that the form may close periodically for maintenance or holidays in which staff are not available. If you have any questions about how to use the Engineering Scheduler Tool, please contact us.

Scheduler Tool v1: Engineering Request Form

 

If you are not able to register yourself for a second year or higher engineering course for which you do meet the prerequisites and/or course restrictions, you may submit an Engineering Request Form (ERF) in the Engineering Scheduler Tool to request access to register.

STEP-BY-STEP ERF INSTRUCTIONS

Access Scheduler Tool v1: Engineering Request Form (2000-level & higher) →

An ERF submission may be cancelled for any of the following reasons:

  • If you have not attempted to register on Carleton Central
  • If you have not included a complete timetable in your submission, which includes:
    1. all courses you are registered in,
    2. the course(s) you are requesting, and
    3. any non-engineering course(s) that you have requested via Carleton Central
  • If you are requesting a non-engineering or graduate-level course
  • If you are requesting a schedule conflict; conflicts of any kind are not permitted

The Engineering Academic Support Office strives to respond to all ERF submissions within 5 business days. A decision will be sent to your Carleton email from the “SchedulerToolEngineering” no-reply email account.

Please note: that the form may close periodically for maintenance or holidays in which staff are not available. If you have any questions about how to use the Engineering Scheduler Tool, please contact us.