Course Schedule Search Help

Thanks for using the Valencia Class Schedule Search tool. Below you will find tips on how to use this tool, and definitions for terms used.

Updates

The course enrollment is updated each morning. If a course fills up during the current day this will not show until the next morning. For up-to-date enrollment, please use the class search function in Atlas.

Search Form

Each of these fields will narrow your search. If you leave them blank, all options will be included in your search.

Term

Filter your search by Term.

Instructional Method

These checkboxes will limit your search by instructional method.

Comparison of Course Types

Course Characteristics Face-to-Face Mixed Mode Real-Time Virtual Online
On-campus Learning
Instruction occurs on campus.
YES YES NO NO
Online Learning
Instruction occurs online.
NO YES YES YES
Live Interaction
Course meets at specific days and times.
YES YES YES NO
Uses Canvas
Essential course information is provided through Canvas, Valencia College’s learning portal.
SOMETIMES YES YES YES

Department

Filter the search to show courses taught by a single department.

Instructors

This will show only classes taught by the instructor you choose for the selected term.

Subject

If you know the subject prefix of the class you are looking for, this will narrow the search by the subject. For a list of Subject & Department, visit Course Descriptions

Meeting Days

Check the box(es) of the day(s) you want to attend. Leave all blank to select any day.

Class Types

The form will allow you to filter your search results for specific class types.

Flex Start

A Flex Start class is any class that starts on a day other than the official first day of classes for any Fall, Spring or Summer Full Term.

Honors

In order to be able to register in an Honors course, student must apply and be accepted into the Seneff Honors College.

Linked

A linked course connects two or more courses that a student takes together. Some sections of courses in the following area are linked: Foreign Language (intensive), English for Academic Purposes - EAP (intensive), and LinC - Learning in Community.

Service Learning

Service Learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility and strengthen communities. There are four key areas of learning: academic, pre-professional, civic engagement, and personal growth.

Supplemental Learning

A class supported by small group sessions led by former students who are selected because they passed the course with a high grade. These study sessions are regularly scheduled, casual sessions in which students from your class compare notes, discuss assignments, and develop organizational tools and study skills.

Global Learning

A class supported by small group sessions led by former students who are selected because they passed the course with a high grade. These study sessions are regularly scheduled, casual sessions in which students from your class compare notes, discuss assignments, and develop organizational tools and study skills.

Weekend Degree

You can complete your entire A.A. degree through the Weekend Degree program on East Campus. All courses are held on Fridays, Saturdays and/or Sundays.

Location

You can choose to filter your results to a single campus. Keep "Search all Locations" selected to not limit your results to any one campus.

Note: Off Campus locations are taught at locations that are not a part of any Valencia College campus.

Search in Course Description or Course Title

Enter a word or phrase to further filter your search results. Keep in mind that the word or phrase must be in the College's official Course Description or Course Title to show in results

Search for CRN

If you know the CRN for a specific course section, you can enter it here. CRN is a 5 digit code that refers to a specific section for a course. The course number changes each semester.