The CRN (Course Reference Number) is a five-digit number that identifies a specific section of a course.
The first number in the CRN is the term for the course:
- 1 - summer
- 2 - fall
- 3 - winter
- 4 - spring
The rest of the number identifies the class and instructor.
Course number can be reused term by term and are used to identify the content covered in a course.
- Credit courses have a course number that includes letters and numbers (e.g. WR 121, ART 115).
- Pre-college credit courses have course numbers below 100, and do not transfer to a 4-year institution.
- Non-credit course numbers have letters and numbers in the format XART 5785. The "X" before the subject and the four-digit numbers identify the course as non-credit.
Student Help Desk Support (SHeD)
The student help desk is located on main campus in the Library (center building).