Enrollment FAQ’s | Crosscampus

Enrollment FAQ’s

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How do I request to drop a cross-campus course?
Please follow our procedure for dropping a course.
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What is the procedure for adding a course late?
Students must obtain approval from the course instructor and then use their campus email account to email Student Support requesting a late add. The email must include the course name, number and section, as well as documentation of approval from the course instructor. Student Support will confirm all approvals. Once approved, students will be notified by email confirming they have been added to the course.
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Will dropping a cross-campus course I'm taking at another campus affect my standing at my home campus?
This depends on how many total units you’re enrolled in for the term. If dropping the course would bring you below the required minimum units, it may affect your financial aid eligibility.
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What are the deadlines for adding and dropping courses?
Students are required to follow the add/drop deadlines of the host campus (the UC campus offering the course). For add/drop and other important deadlines, please contact the host campus Registrar’s Office.
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How will I know that I'm actually enrolled in a cross-campus online course?
After registering, you will receive an email indicating that you have provisionally registered for the course. Your home campus will then determine your eligibility, and you will receive another email confirming whether you are eligible to take the course. If your home campus denies your enrollment, you will be dropped from the course.
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How do I take exams?
Some cross-campus courses use online exam proctoring systems, others require that you take your exam in person at the campus or visit a proctoring center to take your exams, and some courses do not require any proctoring services. Review the proctoring requirements on the course description page so you’re ready for exam days. If exam information is not available, please review the syllabus or contact the course instructor.
I am a student on a campus with quarter-length terms and am interested in taking a semester-long course. Can I finish early? When will grades be available?
Courses have specific start and end dates, dictated by the host campus term (quarter or semester). Students are expected to complete the class at the end of the host campus term, at which time grades will be available. Requests for special consideration should be directed to the course instructor for approval.
I am a senior. Will I be given priority over sophomores and juniors to enroll in courses from another campus?
Not at the present time; students register for cross-campus courses on a first-come, first-served basis.
Can I get on a waitlist if a course is full?
Yes, if a course is full, you will have the option to sign up on a waitlist. When spaces become available, you will automatically be added to the course according to your place on the list. You will receive an email confirming your enrollment in the course. If you no longer wish to be enrolled in the course, please follow the appropriate procedure to drop the course.
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