Course Scheduler started as many open source projects do.
a way to do something better, faster, and frankly, cooler.
During the summer of 2008, after a particularly challenging bout of scheduling our Junior courses, our founder Mike wrote and released version 1.0 of the Kettering Course Scheduler. What followed is now the stuff of grass-roots legend: over 38,000 downloads helping two generations of graduate and undergraduate Kettering students schedule their courses with ease. It's been 6 years of periodic support and feature addition for the tool as we tried to find time in our day-to-day lives.
Now, we've decided that its time to take this a little more seriously. We've added to the team and are striving to make Course Scheduler a top-of-the-line scheduling product for all classrooms and lecture halls, whether attendance is in-person or virtual. We're excited to get going again, and we can't wait to show you what's next!
February 22, 2015
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Version 4.12.7 is out! This release fixes a bug exposed in JRE 7 when downloading courses and adds warning messages for v7 users to upgrade.
In April 2015, Oracle will no longer post updates to Java SE 7. With our upcoming releases, we'll be reminding our users to upgrade to 8!
New release! 4.12.6 is available immediately and offers a bug fix for how conflicts are displayed in addition to logging improvements.
We've just released version 4.12.3. It corrects a bug that caused many courses to incorrectly be classified as "closed".