The Enrollment Report shows you which programs may still be available to register for and what the wait list conditions look like for full programs.
Enrollment for Winter 2020
Be aware that enrollment levels may change constantly as students enroll, drop, and move off of wait lists. This list must be considered as only a snapshot of enrollment.
No more waitlist moves or online registration available after January 3: The final automatic waitlist moves have been made and no further waitlist moves will be made by the registration system.
Students who wish to register for a winter quarter course or program can no longer register online, and now must have faculty signature to do so. Students may register in person with faculty signature on an Admitted Student Registration (add or drop) Form (pdf) at the registration office starting on Monday, January 6.
Even if the Enrollment Report shows open seats for a particular program or class, there is no guarantee that you will be able to enroll; it is up to the faculty to decide if they will take new students after the quarter starts. Your best strategy is to e-mail the faculty directly and/or show up for the first class meeting to see if you can get a signature to add your registration.
Last updated: January 8, 2019 @ 10:00 am
Winter Quarter 2020 Enrollment Report
- All Winter Enrollment (xls)
- Winter Senior Report (xls)
- Winter Junior Report (xls)
- Winter Sophomore Report (xls)
- Winter Freshman Report (xls)
Tips for using the reports effectively:
Check the report for your class level—Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior. (If you’re not sure of your level, go to My Evergreen → “Registration” → “Check Your Registration Time Ticket, Status and Overrides.”)
All reports are currently sorted alphabetically by course title.
Each report can be filtered by any of the column headings on the first row of the report.
Example: If you only wanted to look for 16-credit programs, simply click on the small down pointing arrow in the top row of the “Credits” column, and within the pop-up box, uncheck everything except 16; then only 16-credit programs will display.
See everything within a range—Use the text filters option.
Example: To see all programs that have open seats, set the filter for the “Open Seats Available” column to “Greater than 0.”
Reset the list back to include everything—Click on the small arrow and within the pop-up box select (All) and the entire list will reappear.
Signature Required courses and programs require a faculty signature and may require a portfolio or application. (Check the Academic Catalog course description for more details.)
Note: Sometimes it will look like seats are available (number >0 in “Enroll Remaining”)—but if there is also a number >0 in “Wait List Spots Taken” that means that those apparently open seats will be filled with students rolled over from the waitlist; there are not actually open seats available.
“My waitlist position changed!”
During registration week, students enrolling in 16 credit programs will use a CRN specific to their class level (FR, SO, JR, SR), and if a level fills, a waitlist is created specific to that CRN and that level. After registration week, all SO, JR and SR seats in a program are combined under a single CRN, and all existing waitlists at those levels are also combined into a single new waitlist. Students are placed on this waitlist in the order of the timestamp showing when they initially waitlisted themselves.
You can be on more than one waitlist. If you are on multiple waitlists, please use the Waitlist Preference Form (My Evergreen → “Registration” → “Register For and/or Drop Classes Here”) to indicate your priorities.
Keep in mind that Registration assumes you would prefer a program or course for which you’re waitlisted to one you’re actually registered for, and will automatically move you into the former and drop you from the latter if a space opens up. If you decide you prefer your registered program or course to your waitlisted one, please go in and withdraw from the waitlist.
Call Academic & Career Advising for assistance at (360) 867-6312 or email Advising.