Class Schedule Templates
I created class schedules every semester in college. I used them to plan the courses I was going to take and to figure out my work schedule. A class schedule is not hard to make, but it's extremely helpful. Time is not a good thing to waste. So, if you need a little help with time management, you can get a head start by downloading this simple weekly class schedule template. If you'd rather have something to fill out by hand, you can use one of the free printable weekly class schedules listed below, which are just PDF files.
If you are looking for a generic weekly schedule rather than specifically a "class" schedule, try our weekly schedule template. And while you are at it, check out the Perpetual Calendar - a useful spreadsheet for creating your own personal school-year calendar.
Printable Weekly Class Schedules
If all you need is to quickly print a weekly class schedule, you can download one of the PDF files shown below. Both of these schedules were created using the class schedule spreadsheet.
New Class Schedulefor Excel and Google Sheets
Download⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
License: Private Use
(not for distribution or resale)
This is a modernized design of my original class schedule template below. The screenshot shows an example of how you can format cells to create your weekly class schedule.
Class Schedule Templatefor Excel, OpenOffice, and Google Sheets
Download a very simple class schedule template for Excel. Nothing fancy about this template except maybe the formatting. But, it may save you some time and help you get your week organized. Perfect for college students and professors!
This spreadsheet contains two worksheets. One includes the main hours of the day divided into 30-minute intervals (allowing you to show more hours of the day), and the other has the hours divided into 15-minute intervals (allowing you to be more detailed).
Printing the Class Schedule Template
The worksheets have already been set up to print to a normal letter-sized sheet of paper. However, if you format it differently, you can use Excel to print to pretty much any size paper, including various size planners. If your printer doesn't handle fancy-sized paper, or you don't have any special planner paper, there's always scissors and tape. :-)