I cannot register for more than 13 units

QuestionsCategory: Class RegistrationI cannot register for more than 13 units
Anonymous asked 3 years ago

The system does allow me to register for more than 13 units. What should I do?

admin Staff replied 9 months ago

Undergraduate students can request approval for extra units above the fall and spring maximum unit load. For more information, visit the following link https://goo.gl/sSDSdr

1 Answers
admin Staff answered 3 years ago

Enrollment is limited to 13 units during the Registration-by-Appointment period and will increase beginning after that. For Spring 15 the date is December 10, 2014.  Verified STAR Act students are limited to 16 units during the Registration-by-Appointment period. You are encouraged to make every unit count by enrolling in courses required for your degree so you stay on track for graduation.
Verified STAR Act students are limited to 16 units during the Registration-by-Appointment period. You are encouraged to make every unit count by enrolling in courses required for your degree so you stay on track for graduation.
Also, if you are currently on probation, you cannot enroll in more than 13 units. Once your GPA goes above 2.0, you can go up to 16 units. 

admin Staff replied 9 months ago

The total number of units students who are in good standing (2.0 or higher GPA) can enroll is 16 units starting Spring 2017.

For more information including Spring 2017 registration dates, please visit this link https://goo.gl/sjGfB4.

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