- What's a Wait List?
- How Will I Be Notified?
- Then What?
- When does Waitlisting end?
- What happens if I get an email giving me permission to register?
- Can I waitlist for more than one section of the same course?
- How does it work?
- What is the last day I can add myself to a waitlist?
- How do I know if an opening has come up for me?
- What if I change my mind and want to remove myself from the list?
- What if I have not been given permission to register after waitlisting closes?
- What if I am already on a payment plan or I am receiving financial aid?
- How can I find out where I am on the waitlist?
- Why does it appear that there are seats open in a class section, but I cannot register for that class?
Students register for, and then drop, classes all the time while arranging their schedules. Waitlists provide a more fair opportunity for students to get into popular classes that tend to fill quickly. It is an electronic list of students who want to enroll in a class section that is full.
If a student registered in the class section drops or doesn’t pay by the payment due date, then students on the waitlist may be given permission to register. As seats open up, students on the wait list are notified of the opening.
You'll receive an email from the registration office if a seat becomes available so it's very important that we have your current email address! Contact Registration to update your email address.
If you get an email about an opening, you may register for the class through myMCC or by contacting Registration by the deadline in the email. If you don't register for the class, the next student in line will be offered the open seat.
- Being on the wait list does NOT mean you are registered.
- Do not go to class if you're on the wait list but have not registered.
- Wait lists will be emptied and closed a week before classes start.
- Wait lists will not show you where you are on the list, just that you are on it.
For the spring 2014 semester, students will be able to get on a waitlist until Friday, January 3. However, the last day to receive an email giving you permission to register is Saturday, January 4. At this time waitlisting will end. After that, you will have to look online to see if there are openings.
You will have one calendar day only to register for that class. If you do not register, the next person on the waitlist will be given a chance to register.
No you can only waitlist for one section of a course.
It is required that MCC have your current email for waitlisting.
Placement on a wait list does not guarantee enrollment in a class. If a class section is filled, you will get information that the course is filled and have the option to waitlist for the course. Places on the waitlist are first come, first serve. If there is an opening in the class section, you will receive an email notifying you that you have permission to register. You will have one day only to register. It is imperative that the Registration Office has your most current email and that you check this often if you are on a waitlist (even on the week-ends or during break). If it is past tuition due date (December 12 for spring 2014) you must either pay your tuition in full, get on the payment plan, or have financial aid to cover your tuition and fees. If you do not, you will be dropped from the course.
For the spring of 2014 semester, Friday, January 3, 2014
You will receive an email informing you that you have permission to register for the course section. You will have one day to register for the class.
Go to “Manage My Waitlist” on myMCC, My Tool Box, under Registration to remove yourself from a waitlist.
You will have to find other options in the schedule online.
If you have enrolled in a payment plan and subsequently add classes you will have all additional tuition and fees added to the payment plan and those charges will be subject to the same terms and conditions as the original payment plan. Students can check on myMCC, My Tool Box, Financial information, ‘View Account and Make a Full Payment’ to see what they may owe.
Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to know what a student’s place is on the waitlist. When you go to register or waitlist a class, it will tell you how many people have waitlisted the class already.
This will happen because the class has been waitlisted and those seats are reserved for the students on the waitlist. You can add yourself to the waitlist.