Please note that Friday, September 16th is the last day to add classes for Fall 2016. Permission to add late is not guaranteed as the policy states that permission will only be granted in exceptional circumstances (illness or compassionate grounds for missing all or part of the first three class days; interchanging courses with common lectures, one with and one without labs; late resolution of appeals; failure of a deferred course condition or examination; university errors in
News related to course selection
If a class or section you would like to take in the fall semester is full, you can contact the instructor of the class to see if they are willing to overload the section you would like to take. There are many reasons why this might not be possible (not enough room in the lecture hall, not enough lab benches in a lab section, not enough resources for all students etc.), but if you do not ask, you do not give the instructor an opportunity to say yes.
Course Registration for the Fall Semester opened on August 22nd at midnight. If you did not pay your $200 deposit on or before August 5th, your courses will be removed from your schedule. The Registrar's Office will notify you via email if you were deregistered from your courses. You must pay this deposit before you can add courses to your schedule again. It is your responsibility to add your courses back to your schedule on WebAdvisor if you have been deregistered; your previous space is not guaranteed.
Please note that the last day for current students (everyone except the incoming first year students) to add Summer and Fall courses is Friday, May 20th.
Current students can add Fall courses during the next course selection period for current students, June 6th - June 10th.
Incoming first year students can continue to select courses until Monday, July 4th.
March 29th is the last day of this course registration period. The next add period will open May 11th and end May 20th. You can change your Summer and Fall courses during this time. If you are changing your Summer courses, please be aware of the exam schedule and do not schedule yourself into a conflict.
UPDATE: The department has been given a larger room and will open another lab time. Please watch WebAdvisor for these spots to open. If this time does not work for you/the lab fills up, please contact the instructor, Dr. Jan Mersey (email@example.com).
Pleaes note that the earlier published dates for course selection windows has changed and the window for class level 1 and higher with ID numbers ending in 61 to
UPDATE: WebAdvisor appears to be working again. I have not heard confirmation from the Registrar's Office of this, just from students who have been able to add this morning. If you still can't add, please let me know.
Please note that some departments are using a rolling enrollment plan to ensure spaces for core courses are available in each section every day of the selection windows for those students who need it. This means they start with a low capacity on the course and then slowly release more spaces. Please keep checking back on WebAdvisor for additional spaces to open.
The department has placed a restriction on FARE 3310: Operations Management to allow for students who require it as a core course to have a first chance at selecting it. If you would like to take it as a restricted elective, you can email Kathryn Selves (firstname.lastname@example.org) your name, ID numbers and program with a request to be placed on the wait list.