What To Do If The Class is Full
Which courses have wait lists? Which do not?
You want a BIO class, but it's showing up "full" on TitanWeb. Now what?
- Don't waste time asking the instructor to sign you in, because instructors in this department aren't allowed to do that.
- Check the list below; is the course one for which the department runs a wait list? If so, go to the department office, Halsey 142, to fill out a wait list form. The department will notify wait-listed students IN TURN if and when a seat opens up in a wait-listed course. The notification will come via campus email and the student will have only 24 hours to respond before losing his or her spot on the wait list. Students who do not reply within the specified time frame are not eligible to be put back on the wait list. However, once a wait list has been exhausted, there will not be a new list started for that specific course.
- For any BIO course NOT on the list below: all you can do is watch TitanWeb daily to see if a seat opens up. Don't waste time asking the instructor to sign you in, because instructors in this department aren't allowed to do that.
Courses That Are Typically Wait-Listed
- 113 Environmental Health Orientation
- 230 Biology of Animals
- 231 Biology of Plants & Microbes
- 309 Bacteriology
- 319 General Animal Physiology
- 323 Intro to Molecular & Cell Biology
- 325 Field Ecology
- 341 Immunology
- 343 Genetics
- 345 Plant Physiology
- 349 Ecology & Evolution
- 450 Microbial Physiology