Courses with limited enrollment are noted in course descriptions and course search results.
Tips for registering for courses with limited enrollment
- Check course availability using the course catalog as soon as registration begins. Search results display the enrollment limit, as well as course and waitlist enrollment.
- Take the test of critical reading and writing skills early. Many courses require this test, and you cannot register for them unless you have a passing test score or minimum required grade in a listed alternate course.
- Meet the English proficiency requirement early. If your native language is not English, you must meet this requirement before you can register for courses.
- Register online early. Courses with limited enrollment fill quickly. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and many courses fill and close before classes begin. When registering online, you know immediately whether you are registered, waitlisted, or closed out of a course so that you can register for an alternate course, if you wish.
- If the course is full when you register, you may register for a place on the waitlist. You are charged full tuition. If the waitlist is full, the course is closed and you may not register for it.
- Pay your balance in full. If you do not pay your balance in full by the payment deadline, you will be dropped from all courses and waitlists. If you are dropped for non-payment, you remain eligible to register for courses up to the registration deadline. However, there is no guarantee space will still be available in the courses or on the waitlists from which you were dropped.
- Attend all classes or participate online and complete all required work to keep your seat through the course change period. Otherwise, you may be dropped from the course by the Registrar's Office. If you add a limited-enrollment course you have not attended, your registration may be canceled by the Registrar's Office.