Timetables

Allocate Plus

Student timetable and class allocation

Allocate Plus is your new timetabling system that allows you to select preferences for on-campus activities for your enrolled subjects such as tutorials, labs, seminars and workshops. You can tailor your timetable to your personal needs.

Allocate Plus will be closed between 5 pm Thursday 3 July to 9 am Tuesday 8 July for preference sorting. When the system re-opens for self-allocation, you will be able to view, adjust and finalise your timetable. You must wait one hour after you have confirmed your enrolment in a subject before you can allocate yourself to activities.

If you are accessing Allocate Plus from a mobile or tablet device, click the menu icon and select 'enrolment' to view your subjects.

Timetable clashes

In some instances you may experience an unavoidable timetable clash. If your lecture activity is in the approved clash list [Excel, 44KB], you can contact Current Students to arrange an approved clash. If your lecture is not in the list, you will need to contact your faculty.

View the Allocate Plus - Student guide to selecting preferences [PDF 262KB].

View the Allocate Plus - Student guide to self-allocation mode [PDF 250 KB]

STUDENT LOGIN

If you are not yet an enrolled student, you can still view the timetable.

FAQs

We have a range of frequently asked questions and answers to help you with Allocate Plus.

Important dates

Preference entryFriday 20 June 2014: 11 am
Closed for sortingThursday 3 July 2014: 5 pm
Opened for adjustment and self allocationTuesday 8 July 2014: 9 am
Closed for results processingFriday 11 July 2014: 3 pm
Re-opened for self allocationMonday 14 July 2014: 12 pm
Self allocation period closed (read only)Friday 8 August 2014: 5 pm

How does Allocate Plus work?

Before a teaching period begins, students need to select their preferences for class times for all enrolled subjects. Allocate Plus will then assign students class times to create the best possible clash free timetable according to the student's selected preferences. After this sorting process, students can self allocate themselves to class times and move to new time slots if there are available spaces. This is the self allocation and adjustment period.

Students can also view class times for other subjects at any time. This is useful for students to see how other subjects fit into their timetable of enrolled subjects.

Need help?

Current students

Please call (+61 3) 9479 2005 or email studentcentre@latrobe.edu.au for general timetable enquires.

International students

Please call (+61 3) 9479 1199 or email international@latrobe.edu.au for general timetable enquires.

Technical support

You can request assistance at all campuses via email to sits@latrobe.edu.au or by submitting a request for assistance

You can also call (03) 9479 3694. Regional students can call 1300 786 535.

Specific subject or class enquiries

Please contact the subject coordinator responsible for the subject you wish to enquire about. You can search our staff database to find telephone and email details for La Trobe University staff.

Future students

Please call 1300 135 045 or you can enquire online: Ask La Trobe.

Future international students

Please call (+61 3) 9627 4805 or free call 1800 619 768 (within Australia).

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