*The Department of Finance and Economics will only grant closed class overrides to Graduating Seniors who are in their last semester on a case by case basis.* You are not guaranteed an override just because you are a Graduating Senior.
*The Department of Finance and Economics will only give closed class overrides to Graduating Seniors who are in their last semester on a case on case basis. No student is guaranteed an override into a closed class.
*We do not alert students when seats open due to drops.
*Please note: Faculty do not make decisions regarding registration.
To get into a closed class: check frequently for open seats in your desired class. This means checking several times a day throughout the registration period, as we do not know when a student may drop and open up a seat.
There are certain dates during the registration period that you will most likely find open seats:
- Once grades post for a semester, students who do not meet the prerequisite requirement to stay enrolled in a course, will be dropped. Students can check due dates for grades each semester on the academic calendar.
- The payment deadlines can be found on the Student Business Services website. Students who do not pay their tuition bill or enroll in a payment plan by 6 PM will be automatically dropped from all classes. This may free up some seats in various courses.
- If you are granted an override you will only have 48 hours to register for that class or your override will be removed.