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Not all instructors use Canvas. If you do not see your course, verify that your instructor has requested their course on Canvas and that the course is open to students (i.e. published).
Students cannot see a course if the instructor has not published it, or if it’s before (or after) the start and end dates respectively. By default, the course start date in Canvas is two days before the start of a term and the course end date is set three weeks after finals.
There is a 24-hour delay before drops are processed in Canvas. This is an intentional “safety window” to ensure your course access isn’t interrupted by an accidental drop.
If the course you dropped doesn’t disappear after 24 hours, the Instructor has likely given you special access (as an auditor or TA, for example). You will need to contact them and ask to be removed from the Canvas roster.
If you want a Canvas course, create one through the Faculty Toolkit in MyCUInfo. Most courses can now be created immediately by Instructors, but special requests like combining recitations, labs, and other courses together can take up to two business days to fulfill. Visit our Canvas - Request a Course page to learn how to create your course today.
If you can see your Canvas course but your students can’t, first check to see if the course has been published (see How do I publish my course?).
Next, double check your course’s start and end dates (see How do I change the start and end dates for a course?). By default, the start date is set to two days before the first day of classes, and the end date is three weeks after finals.
You can add teachers or TA's to your course at any time. Visit How do I add users to a course? to learn how. Student enrollments are automatically kept up-to-date in Canvas based on course enrollment data.
When creating a Canvas course through the Faculty Toolkit in MyCUInfo, lecture sections that are combined in the course catalog will automatically be combined in Canvas. If you want to add additional courses, recitations, or labs to the Canvas course space you’ve created, please see our tutorial on requesting course changes. If you haven’t created your Canvas course yet, see our Create a Course tutorial.
If you already created all your courses separately in Canvas and want to combine them, that’s okay: see our tutorial on requesting course changes and just let us know what you need in your notes. Please be aware, though, that once students begin to submit assignments, take quizzes, post in discussions, and receive grades, it becomes difficult to combine Canvas sections that were created separately.
First verify that your instructor has requested a Canvas course. Next, verify that your Instructor has enrolled you in the Canvas course. If you’re listed on the official course roster in MyCUInfo, you will automatically be enrolled in the course. If not, your Instructor will need to manually add you to the Canvas course by following these steps: How do I add users to a course?
In addition to being enrolled in the Canvas course, TAs must also be enrolled in the specific section(s) they’re responsible for in order to see and interact with students in that section. Ask your Instructor to double-check that you are enrolled in the correct section(s) by following these steps: How do I edit sections for an enrollment in a course?