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The class I want to take is full, what now? (Waitlist)

If the class is full and has a wait list option, you can add yourself to the wait list.  You may only waitlist for classes up to a maximum of 9 units.

How Wait List Works

This list will automatically enroll the next student in line when/if a space becomes available. A student enrolled from the wait list after tuition is due is responsible for paying the course fees as soon as possible before forfeiting their spot.

Please note, students will be skipped on the wait list if:

  • There is a time conflict with another registered class,
  • They are already enrolled in a different section of the same course,
  • They do not meet the stated pre-requisites/co-requisites for the course, or
  • They have a registration or financial hold that prevents the student from enrolling in courses

Enrolled In Class From the Wait List

Students will receive an email notification confirming successful enrollment from the wait list into the class. Once the student is enrolled in the class, it is the student’s responsibility to drop the class if they decide not to attend.

Students have a 48 hour deadline to ensure any fees associated with the newly added class is paid. If you have any questions or concerns about payment, please contact the Cashier’s Office at 702-992-2120 or email them at cashier.office@nsc.edu

Remove From Waitlist

Students may remove themselves from the wait if they decide they no longer wish to be enrolled in the class.

How to view waitlist Position
How long can I remain on a waitlist?

All waitlists will close on Thursdays, one week prior to a session beginning.

Can a waitlist become closed for a class?

Yes. There will be fifteen seats available for each class waitlist. If all positions are filled, you will be unable to add yourself to the waitlist until a seat opens up.

How do I know if I got into a course (enrolled from the waitlist)?

You will receive an email when you are enrolled from a waitlist into a course.

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Updated on July 27, 2020

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