The Tri-College Course Guide contains current enrollment information for all courses it lists. After you've found a course in the Guide, click on the specific course link to see a detail box including "CUR ENR" (current enrollment) listed under "Additional Course Info". Note: the Instructor decides whether a course is actually open or closed; current enrollment is provided only as a guide in assessing that potential.
If no information appears under the department or program heading below, please see the departmental office.
Courses with limited or closed enrollment for web-registration
CHEM 010 Labs- Limited to first come first served - fall
CHEM 022 Labs- Limited to first come first served -- spring
CHEM 032 Labs- Limited to first come first served -- fall
CHEM 038 Labs- Limited to first come first served--spring
ECON 001-Limited to first come first served -- fall and spring
ECON 011 Conferences-Limited to first come first served -- fall
All ECON seminars- not available for web-registration
EDUC 001C- not available for web-registration
ENGL 001C- not available for web-registration
ENGL 070K- not available for web-registration
MUSI 048- not available for web-registration
PHYS 003 and 003L- course and labs limited to first come first served -- fall
PHYS 004 and 004L- course and labs limited to first come first served -- spring
Directed Reading, Independent Study, Research, Thesis, Special Projects, etc. are not available for web-registration- see Dept Administrative Asst/Coordinator to register
Arabic: see Modern Languages and Literatures
Art (Art History & Studio Arts):
Astronomy - see Physics and Astronomy
Chinese - see Modern Languages and Literatures
New Course: CLST 023 Introduction to Sanskrit.
No previous knowledge of Sanskrit is required.
Contact professor Jeremy Lefkowitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
All Educational Studies courses are currently still open for spring 2019 enrollment.
ENVS 009 / BIOL 009 is closed.
Latin American and Latino Studies:
Literature - see Modern Languages and Literatures
New course: JPNS 022 Introduction to Japanese Linguistics (cross-listed as LING 022) is open via add/drop. Previous knowledge of Japanese or LING001 is desirable.
JPNS 018 Extensive Reading in Japanese is open via add/drop. The course is open to all students of JPNS002 (First-Year Japanese, second semester) and above.
JPNS 002, JPNS 004, JPNS 013, and JPNS 020 are open by placement (these are the second semesters of First-Year, Second-Year, Third-Year and Fourth-Year Japanese). For placement, contact the instructor or the Japanese Section Head, Will Gardner (email@example.com).
POLS 022.01- American Elections- 1st years by interview only.
RELG 006B-The Talmud is still open for spring 2019 enrollment.
Russian - see Modern Languages and Literatures
Sociology and Anthropology:
Spanish - see Modern Languages and Literatures
Statistics - see Mathematics and Statistics