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Your question will be answered in the order it is received.
Below are the common types of enrollment errors:
Prerequisites (completed before) and Co-Requisites: Some classes require that you have completed a course before you can register, or be registered for another course at the same time. You can view these requirements by clicking on the course and reviewing the ‘enrollment requirements’ section.
Time conflict error: MyNEVADA will not allow you to register for classes that have conflicting times. If you would like to register for the course, you will need to have a Time Conflict Memo signed by both instructors. Once completed you can email the form to email@example.com.
Reserved capacity: Certain courses may have reserved seating for specific cohorts of students. If you do not meet that cohort, you will receive an error message that all available seats are reserved. You can add yourself to waitlist, but we suggest you find an alternate class or section.
Closed class: If a course has reached its enrollment capacity you cannot enroll. If you would like to add yourself to the waitlist you can do so during the enrollment process.
Unit load error (21 credits): Undergraduate students cannot take over 21 units in the regular session. If you would like to take over 21 units, you will need a letter of support from your academic advisor.
Department consent required: Certain courses require that you have department consent before you can add/drop. You will need to reach out to the department for assistance (unless its MATH/ENG; see below).
Consent to drop Core English and Math from Admissions and Records: Completing Math and English Gateway classes quickly is critical to success in University academic programs. To ensure students start off their academic career on the right foot, the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents created a policy that all degree-seeking students must be continuously enrolled in Math/English until this requirement is met. If a student has not satisfied the English/Math Gateway requirements, Admissions and Records will be unable to drop those classes for students. If you would like to swap sections or move to a different ENG/MATH course, please fill out the Swapping a Math or English Course form.