To take more than 18 credits, you must have completed one quarter at CWU, be in good academic standing, have a cumulative GPA of a 2.8, and obtain written permission. To receive written permission you must do one of the following:
Course permission numbers are six-digit numbers issued to you by departments to enroll in restricted course sections. Course permission numbers are used in courses that require prerequisites, a specific skill level, for specific declared majors, and for other reasons.
Courses may be reserved for many different reasons. To see which students the course is reserved for click on the course title and look for "enrollment requirements" to tell you about which requisites need to be met to be in the course.
Most online courses are reserved for Centrals "off-campus" centers and online majors. Online courses open up for Ellensburg students during the open enrollment period.
Students will only be able to enroll into courses during their assigned enrollment appointment and during open enrollment. To find out what your registration date is, look on the"enrollment date" section of your Safari account. When you click on "details" to see what day and time you can register. To find out when open enrollment is please visit the Registrar's page and view the quarterly calendar.
To find out what prerequisites are required for the course, click on the course title and see "enrollment requirements."
If you are a transfer student who completed the prerequisite at another school, please look at you "transfer credit report" through your Safari account and make sure that the course transferred in properly.
If you are sure you have completed the required course to enroll please contact the Registrar's office at 509-963-3001.
If you are enrolling in a math or English course and having trouble please look at the math and English eligibility page to determine your course level.
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