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How does Waitlisting work?
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Students who attempt to register for a class that is full may
themselves on a waiting list on a first-come, first-served basis. When
an open seat becomes available, an e-mail will be sent to the
“preferred” e-mail address of the student at the top of the waiting
list. The student will have 24 hours to go online and add the class.
The open seat will be reserved for that student and no other student may login and register for that seat during that 24-hour time period.
If the student does not respond, the next student on the list will be notified and have 24 hours to respond.
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Other Questions In This Topic
- I received a waitlist e-mail, but when I tried to register I couldn’t because of a registration hold. What’s wrong?
- Why can’t I get on a waiting list for a class that has a lab or recitation?
- I accidentally dropped my waitlisted class. How do I get back in?
- What are the prerequisite for Waitlisting?
- Can I get on the waiting list if it has a time conflict with another class for which I am registered?
- What happens if I don’t register for a course within 24 hours after receiving an e-mail notification?
- May I get on the waiting list for more than one section of the same course?
- How does waitlisting work with the fee payment deadlines and purges?