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Viewing your timetable

CMISGo, the timetabling web portal, allows staff and students to view their timetables on their PCs or mobile devices. Staff can also view a wider range of information including module, programme, room and student timetables.

From September 2020, staff and students will have their teaching and learning timetables sent automatically to their Outlook calendars. If you have your calendar reminders switched on, you will automatically receive a reminder 10 minutes before each timetabled session.

If any late changes are made to your timetable, the event colour will change to blue and will be appended with the words Updated: or Cancelled:.

Official meetings

Calendar Meeting Bookings 201920 lists meeting dates, times and venues for senior meetings.

    Reporting faults in Centrally Bookable Rooms

  • To report a fault or issue with technology in Centrally bookable rooms call ITS Help on ext 6262 or email ITS-Help@reading.ac.uk.
  • To report a fault with furnishings/decor/facilites/cleaning please contact Campus Services (FMD) campus-services@reading.ac.uk

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If you have any feedback, comments or questions regarding our website, the timetable or room booking systems, please email us.

Latest news

The draft 2022/23 Timetable will be available for review on 13 June 2022

Important Update

Some staff and students’ Outlook calendars may not be showing up to date timetabling information.  Outlook calendars are also rendered in the Student App and in Microsoft Teams; timetabling information may also be incorrect in these locations.

All staff and students should check their summer term timetables via CMISGo.  If you need any help, please contact hubtt@reading.ac.uk

Examination timetables are unaffected by this.  These can be found in RISIS.

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