What does CRN mean?
CRN stands for Course Reference Number. It is used by our software to identify courses in the system. If you find a course here that you really want to take, be sure to write down the CRN. It will make registering online in pipeline@butler much easier.
What is a Webcentric course?
A webcentric course is a web class that has required meeting times.
What is the Link column used for?
The link column is used to connect one class to a corresponding class (this is usually a lecture/lab situation). If you are enrolling in a class which shows a code in the Link column, look for the corresponding class which will have the same code letters or numbers in the Link column, but in reverse. Example: a class with a link code of BW would have a corresponding class with a link code of WB.
What specifies a "Late Starting Class" on the Interactive Schedule?
If you click "Yes" to have the Interactive Schedule query only late-starting classes, this will bring in any class that begin later than the traditional start date of the semester. This feature has been enhanced to now allow searching for late-starting classes for any term, not just the current term.
How do I search for a single CRN?
To search for just one course by CRN, click in the field labeled: "Single CRN Search" and erase the word "ALL" and replace it with a CRN (course reference number) for the specified term you are querying. If you leave this field with the word "ALL" it will search for all CRNs in that particular term.
Please send questions or comments about this page to the Registrar's Office.
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