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If you have received one of the following errors please follow the process listed below to assist you: A)PREQ, B) CO-REQ, C)LINK, D) Advisor, E) Major, F) Closed Section G) Instructor. EXPLANATIONS and Instructions: A) PREQ, The course(s) that you are trying to register for have a pre-requisite required, please contact your advisor if further advising is necessary, then use the Course Authorization form to get the required signatures from the department responsible for this course, B) CO-REQ, the course you are trying to register for requires another course to be registered simultaneously (eg. lab, recitations, other course, etc.), please contact your advisor for further help if necessary, C) LINK, a specific recitation or lab section is required to be registered, please add the linked section with the main section, contact your advisor if you require assistance, D) Advisor, the student has a hold placed on their record by their advisor or advising department, the student must visit with their advisor to have this hold cleared. If you do not know your advisor please contact University Advising and Transfer Services E) Major, these courses are reserved to students within the specified major, contact the specific department for further information, F) Closed Section, is closed due to class being full, only the primary instructor can extend this, the Add/Drop Card form must be complete with the appropriate signature, G) Instructor, must contact the Instructor for further information. Please use the Course Authorization and/or Add/Drop Card form and make sure it is completed with the correct signatures for each of these situations as required and bring the form in person to the Registrar's Office (TSC 246).
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