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Override Request Form

Note: It is department policy that we do not give overrides for full classes and we do not waive prerequisites. If you are interested in enrolling in a course that is full, we suggest you set a seat alert to be notified of an opening. Due to the increased submission of override forms, if you submit a request asking to enroll in a full section or waive a prerequisite (including concurrent enrollment), you will not receive a response. 

After the first week of classes in both the Fall and Spring (after first day of classes in the Summer sessions), an override form is no longer applicable.  You would need to fill out a Late Add form and print it and get the signature of the instructor and drop it off at 110 Marshall-Adams between 8:00 a.m. and noon or 1:00 p.m. and 5:00.  You can download the Late Add form here.

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