Waitlists

 

Reason for being placed on a on a waitlist    Waitlist Enrollment Process
  •  The course is full
Student will be enrolled off the waitlist in priority order if a spot opens up in the class*
  • The course is not full but the department has reserved seats for specific student populations in priority waves. The course catalog listing says ‘This class has priority enrollment’
The catalog listing will have the dates that reserved groups can enroll and the date open enrollment will begin. Students will be enrolled off the waitlist when their group becomes eligible or in open enrollment.
  • The course is not full but there is already a waitlist of students who are not currently eligible to enroll
Student should be automatically enrolled off the waitlist the next time it runs (every 10 minutes). Students can refresh their crimson carts after a few minutes to see if enrollment has been processed*
  • The course is not full but the student has a conflict or hold that prevents enrollment
Clear the conflict or hold and the student will be enrolled the next time the waitlist runs
  • The course is not full but the student is cross-registered or non-degree
Student will stay on the waitlist until after the last date to enroll/change/drop and then will be enrolled if there is space in the class

*Please note that if an spot opens up in a course and the student in the top waitlist position has a conflict or hold that impacts enrollment, they will be skipped and the spot will go to the next person on the waitlist