What do the section codes represent?

Synopsis
Section codes represent the individual class meetings offered for a particular course. Since the same course can be offered online, on-ground at multiple campuses in the same semester or multiple times on the same campus it is necessary to understand how these codes describe where and how the course is delivered.

Details

Section Code Information
Day Classes 01, 02, 03, etc. 16 week format 0E meet after 4:00 p.m. for 16 weeks

Evening and Weekend Classes
Section Codes are made up of two or three characters which designate campus location, session and if necessary, any special meeting format.
The first character of the section code designates the location of the class:
G Gainesville Campus
P North Atlanta Campus (North Perimeter)
F South Atlanta (Fairburn)
A Augusta/Fort Gordon Campus
K Kings Bay Campus
The second character of the section code designates the session:
_1meets for the first seven weeks_2meets for the second seven weeks_Wmeets on eight weekends_Emeets evenings for 15 weeks_Dmeets during the day for 4 weeks (summer only)_Fmeets during the day for eight weeks (summer only)
The third character (if present) designates a special format or a split class during a standard format class:
_ _ A meets the first four weeks of a summer day session
_ _ B meets the second four weeks of a summer day session
_ _ C meets during the day in the first summer session (see the School of Education for meeting dates)
_ _ D Meets during the day in the second summer session (see the School of Education for meeting dates)
_ _X Additional section during the session indicated by the second character. This is the result of a roster for a regularly scheduled class which has been split into two separate rosters.
Online Classes
D1 Class meets Session 1 of the semesterD2Class meets Session 2 of the semesterDEClass meets for the full semesterD_X
D_YAdditional section during the session indicated by the second character. This is the result of a regularly scheduled section roster split into two or more rosters.