Fall 2020 In-Person & Hybrid In-Person Classes

In-person and hybrid in-person class waitlists stopped accepting new students on Aug. 17.

On the first day of an in-person class, if you still haven’t been enrolled from the waitlist, do not physically attend class unless otherwise instructed.

Most classrooms cannot accommodate additional students while maintaining appropriate physical distancing.

    What Are Waitlists?

    When a class is full, departments may offer a waitlist to allow non-enrolled students to get in line for the next available seat. When someone drops the class, the first eligible student on the waitlist is automatically enrolled in their place.

    When you're on a waitlist, you aren't enrolled in the class; however, you do appear on the class roster and you have access to the online class materials until the waitlist cancellation date.

    Although a waitlisted class' credit hours are included in your credit-load limit, they don't count toward your academic or financial aid enrollment status or appear on your bill until you're enrolled.