Course Reservation is a program designed to help you get into the courses you need.
For example, if you were on a class waitlist in fall semester, remained on the waitlist through the posted deadline, and did not get into the class, you could potentially use Course Reservation to reserve a place in that course in spring (or next fall**) semester.
Your name was added to the official class waitlist (and not removed) prior to the posted waitlist deadline.*
All registration holds are cleared from MyCUInfo.
All course restrictions are met.
The requested course is an eligible undergraduate course (controlled-enrollment courses are excluded) that is offered in the current fall/spring term.**
*Course Reservation ONLY applies to course waitlists accessed during registration
through MyCUInfo; it DOES NOT apply to waitlists kept manually by departments.
**Some courses are only offered once a year. If your course is not available in the fall/spring term immediately following your first attempt to register, you may be eligible for Course Reservation in the next fall/spring term. Contact the Office of the Registrar to verify.
Log in to MyCUInfo and make note of the preferred class section number of the course for which you were waitlisted.
During the posted Course Reservation period (see the Academic Calendar), visit the Office of the Registrar to complete the Course Reservation Form in person.
An enrollment representative will register you for the requested class.
The Office of the Registrar will offer limited services on Tuesday, Oct. 13, due to a staff retreat. We will attempt to assist with all requests that day; however, if necessary we will contact customers the following day.
As a student at CU-Boulder, you have rights regarding the access to and disclosure of information in your education record. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords you:
Dear faculty and staff,
Faculty and staff using the tuition benefit may register for CU-Boulder Main Campus classes beginning on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, at 12:01 a.m.