Students complain about being forced to log in to my.ucla.edu every time to check their schedule and having to go through the multi-factor authentication each time, or look up the photo they took two months ago to check what class they have next. It also takes a significant amount of time to transfer your classes into a calendar manually, and having an app do it for you would be more efficient.
What it does
Study List Exporter exports a study list ... from a student's study list to Google Calendar.
How I built it
We created a complex web extension which uses regular expressions to scrape data from my.ucla.edu
Challenges I ran into
We ran into trouble when trying to work around the security restrictions put in place through Google Chrome. We also had trouble figuring out how to implement the classes into a calendar after deriving the text from the website.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Using regular expressions to extract information from the Study List and also being able to work around the security restrictions from Google Chrome when creating the web extension.
What I learned
It is difficult to get past the security restrictions from Google Chrome.
What's next for  Study List Exporter
Publishing it into Google Chrome Extensions and coming up with a better name.