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Ward Edwards 1000
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4900
Fax: 660.543.8400

Schedule Planner

What is “Schedule Planner”?

“Schedule Planner” is a software application that allows students to quickly and easily plan optimal class schedules.  Students can use “Schedule Planner” to see ALL possible combinations of schedules that are available based on the specific courses and break times (work, athletic practice, etc.) that are chosen.

Use of Schedule Planner is optional.  Planning a class schedule in Schedule Planner does not constitute registering for classes.  Students will still use MyCentral to complete registration on their enrollment access date

When should I use Schedule Planner?

Students can begin planning schedules using Schedule Planner as soon as the course offerings are available in MyCentral.  Fall course offerings are available in late January, Spring course offerings are available in mid-September, and Summer course offerings are available in mid-December.

It is recommended to begin planning your course schedule early and then revisit the course offerings and Schedule Planner closer to your enrollment access date to see which courses are still available.

Students maximize their chances of getting the courses they want by enrolling in all classes early on their enrollment access date.  Students may begin enrolling at 7am on that date.  Approximately 700 students enroll each day, so one day can make a big difference in your schedule!

How do I use Schedule Planner?

  1. Log into MyCentral.  (Don’t know how to log into MyCentral?  Contact the Technology Support Center at 660-543-4357 or via e-mail at 
  2. Go to the UCM Home tab and click on Schedule Planner.
  3. Choose the semester for which you wish to build a schedule.
  4. Upon your first login to “Schedule Planner”, view the 5 short Help Videos (blue link at the top right of the page).  These will quickly show you how to use the software.
  5. Add the courses you wish to take to the Courses list.  There is no limit to the number of classes you can include – so give yourself plenty of options.
  6. Add any breaks that you wish to have (optional), such as your work schedule.
  7. Put a check mark in the box by the courses and breaks (optional) that you want included in your schedule.
  8. Click on the “Generate Schedules” button.  All possible schedules will be generated. 

    a. If there are no possible schedules for those course/break selections, the program will tell you which course selection needs to be altered.

    b. If there are too many possible schedules, add in a break or “lock” a particular section of a course.

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