Mini-Course Timeline

 

2018-19 ACADEMIC YEAR
April 2018 Call for mini-course proposals for the following academic year
Monday, April 23 2018-19 Proposals Due
Mid-May Mini-course directors notified of award decisions
Friday, May 25
  • Deadline for mini-course directors to confirm all course details (e.g. title, descriptions, grading basis, units, preferred course schedule, room needs/special requests)
  • New mini-courses – New Course Form due to Alison Roth (aroth@stanford.edu). The form will be signed by the Senior Associate Dean and submitted to School of Medicine Registrar.
Early June Priority scheduling deadline: Office of Graduate Education will submit all scheduling requests for Biosciences mini-courses.
July – September Course directors notified of classroom assignments
October Mini-courses announced to graduate students and postdoctoral scholars; registration opens in Axess.
October – January 2019
  • Follow-up on any course scheduling issues
  • Finance Department confirms PTA accounts for each course
Monday, November 26 First day of autumn quarter mini-courses
Monday, March 4 First day of winter quarter mini-courses
Tuesday, May 28 First day of spring quarter mini-courses
Monday, June 24 First day of summer quarter mini-courses

Room scheduling

  • Room scheduling is completed by MedScheduler and is completed based on class schedule, capacity and instructional needs.
  • Classroom scheduling priority is as follows:
    • Required courses in the MD/PhD/Masters curriculum, including placement exams and finals
    • Required courses in the scholarly concentration curriculum
    • Elective course in the MD/PhD/Masters curriculum, including final exams and seminars (mini-courses= 3rd priority)

Key Contacts

  • Alison Roth, Office of Graduate Education (aroth@stanford.edu)
    Can assist with general questions related to mini-course policies, awards, or proposals
  • School of Medicine Registrar (medregistrar@stanford.edu)
    Can assist with questions related to course information in the course catalog and on AXESS, and assist with questions related to student enrollment or grading.