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Current Course Schedule

The online course schedule provides information about the course offerings for a given semester.

You can access the course schedule here.

Summer and Fall 2019 Course Schedule available beginning Wednesday, March 20, 2019.

The schedule also has a useful search tool. The Focus Search tool allows you to easily search the course schedule for classes by subject, days of the week, class meeting times, and open or closed classes. You can also search for courses that meet a specific Core Curriculum requirement by checking the box next to the Core requirement on the Focus Search landing page.

You can also search using multiple criteria, such as if you’d like to see all courses offered on Monday morning that satisfy the Quantitative Literacy Core requirement by selecting both Monday and checking the box next to Quantitative Literacy Core requirement.

Click here to view search display of classes and how to read search results.

Register after you have selected your courses. Be sure to note the CRN located in the course description window. The CRN is needed in order to register in the class using online registration. The CRN is located under the subject and course number in the course detail window.

Log in to the Portal and use the CRNs to complete the registration worksheet in myMILLS>Add/Drop Classes.

Key to Abbreviations


M Monday
T Tuesday
W Wednesday
Th Thursday 
R Thursday
(online schedule only)
F Friday
S Saturday 
Su  Sunday
U  Sunday (online schedule only)


AHR Reinhardt Hall
ART Art Center
CARN Carnegie Hall
CER Ceramics Studio
CPM Chemistry, Physics, Math, Comp Science
ED Education Building
FAX Fine Arts Annex 
GSB Graduate School of Business
KIM Kimball House
LIS Lisser Hall
LONG Vera Long Building
MH Mills Hall
MUS Music Building
NSB Natural Science Building 
OLIN Olin Library
PHO Photo Studio
PTG Painting Studio
RC Rothwell Center 
RICH Richards Lodge
SCU Sculpture Studios
STR Lucie Stern Hall
TAC Trefethen Aquatic Center
WETMOR Wetmore Lodge
WHP Walter Haas Pavilion

Room Notes:

FAX 106 and 107 are in the Fine Arts Annex next to Stern
LIS 200 is the Lisser Theater
LIS A is on the first floor of Lisser
LIS B is on the second floor of Lisser, across from Lisser C.
LIS C is on the second floor of Lisser, closest to the stage.
MUS 123 is the Music Ensemble Room in the Music Building.
NSB Building classrooms are 100 for first floor and 200 for second floor and are numbered counterclockwise from the northwest corner.
PSY rooms are now designated as NSB
RC 133 is the Prieto Gallery in Rothwell Center near the Tea Shop.
SCU 100 is the Sculpture Studio in the Art Building.
WETMOR 001 is Wetmore Lodge next to the Education Building.
WHP 100 is the Lobby in the Haas Pavilion.

Course Title Prefixes:

AS Advanced Seminar
ATP Advanced Teaching Practicum
DR Directed Research
GS Graduate Seminar
IN Internship
IS Independent Study
MP Management Practicum
ST Special Topic/Theme
TP Teaching Practicum

Forms on the Web

The following forms pertaining to registration are available online:

  • Add/Drop Form
  • Cross-Registration Permit
  • Directed Research Application
  • Academic Standing Petition
  • Independent Study Form
  • Registration Agreement Form
  • Teaching Practicum Registration Form

These and other forms available on the website continue to be available in the M Center, Carnegie Hall.


Current Course Schedule

Registration Information

Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements

Full list: General Education Courses

Undergraduate Catalog

Graduate Catalog

Final Exam Schedule

January Term

Academic Calendar

Contact Information 

Mills Hall 
P: 510.430.2096
F: 510.430.3119

Last Updated: 3/12/19