Some courses are restricted during selection to students of certain degree programs, or sometimes by year. In most cases, the best way to access a course that is restricted is through a course waiver. The most notable exception to this is for ASCI courses, for which you should contact the BAS Program Counsellor.
The only way to access full and restricted courses (except for 1000-level courses and ASCI courses) is to complete a course waiver by completing a Course Waiver Request form. You will need to obtain the signature of the instructor (or department) for that course and submit the completed form to Enrolment Services on the third floor of the University Centre.
If you aren't sure who the instructor is for a course, you can find the instructor by going to WebAdvisor, clicking on "Student Menu" from the menu on the right-hand side, and using the "Search for Section" feature from that menu to search for the course. Once you find the course using the search feature (remember to set the "term" field at the top to the right semester), you can click on it to bring up information about that course, including the name and email address of the instructor.
If the instructor isn't identified (i.e. the name is given as "TBA TBA"), then contact the department that is responsible for that course. Information for several departments is found further down this page.
First Year (1000-level) Courses
All courses on this list of 1000-level courses are reserved for first-year students until 12:00PM on Monday July 22. If you require a first year course but are not in first year, contact your Program Counsellor.
Several specific science courses are restricted until certain dates. You can find information about these restrictions on this page.
All course waivers for the department of Psychology are managed by the Department of Psychology. Information on waivers can be found by visiting the Psychology website. The contact for all Psychology courses is Sharon Helder (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Family and Child Studies
Students with a Family and Child Studies minor should visit this webpage concerning restrictions. Inquiries regarding FRHD and NUTR courses should be directed to email@example.com or to the main office in MINS 247.
Inquiries regarding International Development courses should be directed to Lisa Blenkinsop at firstname.lastname@example.org or in her office in MacKinnon 800B.
Studio Art Courses
Inquiries regarding Studio Art courses should be directed to Monica Tap at email@example.com.
Business, Economics, and MCS
If you need information or access to any courses with codes beginning in ACCT, ECON, FARE, HROB, HTM, MCS, MGMT, or REAL, then you should consult this list of contacts for more information.
Computer and Information Science
If you need information or access to any courses with codes beginning in CIS, then you should consult the CIS Academic Advising website for more information. For students looking at entering into CIS*1300, you should select CIS*!500 and email Greg Klotz to inquire into gaining a space in CIS*1300.