There are 4 balloted courses for the 2018-19 year: CSC404, CSC454, CSC490, and CSC491. Ballot questions for CSC404 and CSC490 are ready to go and links are included below. Ballot questions for CSC454 and CSC491, which are being run as a suite both fall and winter terms, have now been posted.
NOTE: If you are planning on balloting - we urge you to enrol in "back-up" courses that satisfy your requirements when your course enrolment begins. If your ballot is successful, you will be contacted and you can then drop the "back-up."
Here’s how to ballot
1) Follow the instructions to prepare your application.
CSC404H1F Instructions https://bb.teach.cs.toronto.edu/t/csc404h1f-fall-2018-balloting-information/837
CSC404H1S Instructions https://bb.teach.cs.toronto.edu/t/csc404h1s-video-game-design-winter-2019/842
CSC490H1F Instructions https://bb.teach.cs.toronto.edu/t/csc490h1f-capstone-design-project-balloting-information-fall-2018/843
CSC454H+CSC491 Instructions https://www.dcsil.ca/student-courses
To apply for Undergraduate Research Opportunity CSC494H and CSC495H, please follow the instructions here https://bb.teach.cs.toronto.edu/t/csc494-csc495y1y-fase-csc-opportunity-deadline-friday-august-10-2018/844
2) Once you have prepared your application, follow the submission steps described in the instructions.
3) By the course application deadline, the instructors will make decisions about the ballots.
There are three possible outcomes:
i) Your application is accepted. You will be informed by email, and the undergraduate office will enrol you in the course.
ii) You are placed on a waiting list. You will be informed by email about your place on the waiting list. If a spot opens up, then the undergraduate office will enrol you in the course.
iii) Your application is rejected. You will be informed by email.
If you require computer science course selection advice, please visit the Undergraduate Office located in rooms 4208 and 4237 in the Bahen Centre.