Undergraduate classes offered during the fall, spring and summer (main campus) will
have the waitlist option during registration periods. Waitlisting does not register
students for a class but places students in a queue in case a spot in the class becomes
available. When a seat becomes available, the first student in the queue receives
an email to his/her UIW email account informing him/her of the opening.
For Fall, Spring and Summer classes, waitlisting will end the Friday before the start
of the term.
Students cannot waitlist a class if they have holds or if they do not have the course
Waitlist is available on a first-come/first-served basis.
Waitlist is not available for all courses and there are limits to the number of students
allowed in the waitlist queue.
Students cannot waitlist multple sections of the same course.
Adding your name to a waitlist does not register you for the class; you must register
through Bannerweb after receiving the email that an opening is available.
Students have 24 hours to register for the opening in the class or they lose their
place in the queue.
Waitlist Instructions: Click here for instructions on adding yourself to a wait list course.
We consider your registration a contractual relationship with the University and identify
your responsibilities below:
You are responsible for knowing and following the policies, deadlines, and procedures
outlined in this publication and other publications related to your registration and/or
the conferral of your degree.
You may not attend a class for which you are not registered.
You will receive credit for only those classes for which you officially register.
Your enrollment and/or your attendance in a class indicate your intent to receive
credit and acceptance of all University charges for the semester.
You are responsible for cancelling your registration if you do not plan to attend
class or complete the course requirements for which you registered.
You are responsible for your financial obligations with the University regardless
of your payment method and regardless of whether you attend class or not.
You are responsible for making arrangements to pay for your charges and doing so by
the deadline posted in this publication.