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Registrar: Registration Errors
The following are common errors found during the registration process. If you are registering on-line, you will need to go to the registrar's office to get in to a class that has one of these restrictions, after obtaining the appropriate signatures and/or forms.
Prerequisite/Test Score- You will need to get your advisor's signature approving your admittance in this class. Once you have the signature you can register in the registrar's office
Co-requisite- You will need to also register for the co-requisite course. If you have already taken the course, you will need to register in the registrar's office.
Time Conflict- You will not be able to register for 2 classes that meet at the same time, or overlap in time. If you have written approval from your dean, you may register for the course.
Maximum Hours Exceeded- Undergraduates can only register for 18 hours each term, and 9 hours in the summer. If you need to take more hours, you must have your dean's written approval, “OK to take _ hours,” on your registration or drop/add form. Graduate students are limited to 12 hours each semester and 9 hours in the summer. In order to take more hours, you will need to have written approval from the assistant to the provost and the program director.
Class Restriction- Restricted to either freshmen, sophomore, junior, or senior.
Level Restriction- Restricted to either undergraduate or graduate students.
College Restriction- Restricted to one of the professional schools.
Major Restriction- Restricted to certain majors.
Instructor Signature- You will need to get the advisor's signature on your registration form before registering for the course.
Closed Course- If there are no available seats in a course, you will need to go to the department chair of the course you wish to take, get a closed course form and bring it to the registrar's office.