The Office of the Registrar provides course timetable information for academic courses in all semesters.
Detailed course descriptions, course outlines and program requirements are available in the Academic Calendar. Visit Registration for registration instructions and to review important dates and deadlines for each semester.
How to read a timetable
UFV uses the 24-hour clock to show class times. This means that classes that meet in the afternoon or evening are listed as 1300 (1 pm) to 2200 (10 pm). A class listed as 0830 meets at 8:30 am.
Days of the week
Courses are offered on various campuses, and buildings are often identified by letters. The first letters of the building code indicate the campus, and the final character is the building (e.g., ABA means Abbotsford campus, building A; CEPA is Chilliwack campus, building A).
UFV has defined five different instructional methods, and course sections will declare a distinct instructional method is so students are fully aware of course expectations at the time of registration. To assist in course selection, students can query sections offered of a particular instructional method type by checking the Instructional Method field within myUFV’s online registration dashboard.
||Online Only. No Meeting times
||Online with Scheduled Meeting times
||Blended; A mix of in-person and on-line instruction
||Hyflex; Flexible Learning
*See here for expanded descriptions of each method applicable to the Winter 2024 semester.