Registration Errors Explained
Any single class can have multiple restrictions and/or requirements. For example, a class may have a major restriction, a college restriction, a prerequisite, a linked section, and a special approval. Each of the required criteria must be resolved to allow successful registration into the class section.
When multiple errors appear, we recommend that you attempt to register for each section individually to determine which is actually causing the error.
|Error Message||Explanation||Potential Solution|
|Registration is limited to students whose records in Raiderlink indicated they are
assigned to a specific campus.
Most classes with the Distance Electronic (TDE) campus code are only open to Lubbock (TLB) campus students one month prior to the first class date.
Some classes are located at TTU and TTUHSC satellite campuses such as Junction, Marble Falls, Highland Lakes, Abilene, and Amarillo.
|If you believe this error is incorrect, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your question (including the Term, Section CRN, the Campus to which you should be assigned, and your R number).|
|Class Restriction||Registration for this section is limited to students in a specific classification.
Examples: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, graduate, first year, second year, third year, and fourth year.
|Earn more hours or discuss the situation with the assigned academic advisor for the discipline of this course.|
|Closed Section ####||This section is full.
In some cases, classes can be over-enrolled. Requests for enrollment overrides are handled on a case‐by‐case basis, and this practice varies between colleges, departments, and instructors.
|Students should check with their assigned academic advisors. Advisors have knowledge of existing practices and can consult their campus contacts on the best course of action for these occasional requests.|
|College Restriction||This section is limited to students within a specific college.
Examples: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Human Sciences, Graduate School, School of Law, School of Nursing, and School of Medicine.
|Select another section or change majors.|
|Co‐Requisite ##### required||An additional course must be taken during the same term as the selected course.
For example, ENGR 1315 requires concurrent enrollment in MATH 1351.
|Review the course description to learn which courses are required and add both courses to your registration simultaneously.|
|Degree Restriction||This section is limited to students in a specific degree program.
Examples: Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Business Administration, Doctor of Jurisprudence, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Doctor of Medicine.
|Select another section or change majors.|
|Department Restriction||This section is limited to students within a specific department.
Examples: Accounting, Architecture, Nursing, Allied Health, and Medical Microbiology.
|Select another section or change majors.|
|Duplicate course with Section #####||The student is attempting to register into two or more sections of the same course.
For example, ESS 1301 001 and ESS 1301 002.
|Nice try. A better (faster, easier, less frustrating) way to find open sections of the courses you want is to use schedulebuilder.ttu.edu.|
|Field of Study Restriction||This section is limited to students within a specific major, minor, and/or concentration. Examples: Civil Engineering, COBA, Nursing, and Biomedical Sciences.||Select another section; or change majors, add a minor, or add a concentration.|
|Level Restriction||Registration for this section is limited to students in a specific level. Examples: Undergraduate, Graduate, Law, Nursing‐Undergraduate, Nursing‐Graduate, Medicine.||Undergraduate→Graduate: Seniors with a 3.0 Major Overall GPA can apply to take graduate-level classes. Talk
with your advisor and use this form to proceed.
Graduate→Law: Occasionally, graduate students are permitted to enroll in law classes. Your academic advisor can provide insight on the pros and cons of this possibility, and if you proceed, can assist in filing the appropriate forms to request your enrollment.
|Linked course required||This section requires concurrent enrollment in another related section of the same
course. Lecture sections frequently require concurrent enrollment in related Discussions,
No Credit Labs, Labs, and/or Recitations.
For example, ANSC 1401 Lecture (section number 001) must be taken with one of the linked 'No Credit Lab' sections of ANSC 1401 (section numbers 501, 502, or 503).
|Visual Schedule Builder is an excellent way to view schedules without considering unavailable links because it automatically removes them from your search results. Learn more at ScheduleBuilder.TTU.edu.|
|Maximum Hours Exceeded||Registration for this section would place the student over the maximum credit hours allowed for a single term.||Affected students should contact their academic associate dean for approval to increase the maximum credit hours.|
|Permission from ####||Registration for this section is restricted until the student obtains the indicated permission.||Special Approval may be required from any number of areas: Department, Instructor, Teaching Department, Graduate Advisor, Honors College, Research Advisor, Undergraduate Advisor, or Athletic Advisor.|
|Graduating Seniors Only||This class is limited only to students who are graduating.||Choose another section.|
|Pre‐requisiteand Test Score error||The student has not completed the required pre‐requisite for the selected class.
Pre‐requisites could be a required test score, placement test, and/or specific class(es). A single class could require multiple pre‐requisites. For example, the student must have taken ACCT 3304, ACCT 3305, and ACCT 3315 and made at least a B‐ prior to enrolling in ACCT 4301.
|Click on the highlighted CRN link for additional information or the Class Schedule link to view the pre‐requisite tied to the selected class.|
|Program Restriction||This section is limited to students within a specific degree program. Examples: BA in Chemistry, BA in Pre Nursing, BSN in Nursing, JD in Law, PHMD in Pharmacy, and a MD in Medicine.||Choose another section or change majors.|
|Teaching Department Permit Required||The student is attempting to register into a course after the last day to register.||Special permission from the teaching department is required for extreme situations.|
|Time Conflict||The student is attempting to register in a section that is scheduled to meet at the same time as a section that is already on the current student schedule.||As far as we know, you just can't be in two places at once.|
|Closed ‐ There are 0 student(s) on the Waitlist for this class||This section is full.
The course has the Waitlist option and has no other student is on the waitlist. The student would be in position number 1, and would be first in line for the class. This means if a student in the class drops the course, the student in position number 1 would be notified via email that they can register into the class.
|Change from "Add" to "Add to Waitlist" and submit the registration request. Then pay close attention to your TechMail account for the next 24 hours. When you receive notification that you're eligible to register, follow the email instructions and act quickly.|
|Closed‐ There are 1 student(s) on the Waitlist for this class||This section is full. The course is set up with the Waitlist option and there is one student on the waitlist already. The student would be in position number 2. This means two students would need to drop the class before the student could register into the class.||Change from "Add" to "Add to Waitlist" and submit the registration request. Then pay close attention to your TechMail account for the next 24 hours. When you receive notification that you're eligible to register, follow the email instructions and act quickly.|
|Closed – Waitlist Full||This section is full and the Waitlist Maximum is full.
No more students can be added to the Waitlist. The Waitlist will open only if 1.) a student drops the class and a student on the waitlist enrolls in it or, 2.) a student on the waitlist drops their waitlisted course.
|Choose and register for another section but, if you're intent on getting this one, check back regularly for openings on the Waitlist. When a spot comes available, snag it.|
|Open – Reserved for Waitlist||The class's maximum enrollment is open and has the Waitlist option. The open seat is reserved for a student currently on the Waitlist. The waitlisted student is currently on the 24 hour time limit to enroll in the course.||Choose and register for another section but, if you're intent on getting this one, add yourself to the Waitlist.|
|Waitlist Notification Expired on ####||This is the when the Waitlist notification expired. Student did not complete the registration within the 24-hour time limit||Oops, you missed your shot at registering for your Waitlist Reservation. Look for another section or start over with the Waitlist for this one.|
|Reserved Closed||This section is full.
The section is set up with reserved seating and the section (Reserved or Open)has reached its maximum enrollment limit.
|Choose another section.|
|Reserved Closed ‐ There are # student(s) on the Waitlist for this class||The Reserved Seating is full but a student can be added to the Waitlist.
The "#" will display how many students are currently on the Waitlist.
|Choose another section or add yourself to the Waitlist.|
|Reserved Closed ‐ Waitlist Full||The Reserved Seating and the Waitlist maximum are full.||Choose another section.|
|Reserved Open ‐ Waitlist Filled||The section has Reserved Seats still available, but the number allowed on the Waitlist is full.||Choose another section.|
|Reserve Open ‐ # on Waitlist||The section has Reserved Seats still available and has some spots available on the Waitlist.. The "#" will display how many students are currently on the Waitlist.||Add yourself to the waitlist or choose another section.|
|Open ‐ # Crosstlist Waitlisted||The class's maximum enrollment is open and has the Waitlist option. The open seat is reserved for a student currently on the Waitlist. The waitlisted student is currently on the 24 hour time limit to enroll in the course. This section is crosslisted with another section.||Some courses have two course numbers, like your name and your nickname. In this case you are already on the Waitlist for this course, so your solution is to continue waiting or to select another section.|