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
ASTR 001- Limited to first come first served-fall and spring
CHEM 010-Limited to first come first served-fall
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
PHED- Limited to first come first served--fall and spring
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):
ARTH 095: Enrollment ONLY open to Art and Art History majors & Art History minors.
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.
* ECON 001 Enrollment Policy*
ECON 001 sections are capped at 30 and enrollment takes place in two stages. In the first stage, online enrollment is capped at 25, and these spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. In the second stage, all Add/Drop requests are handled by the department's Administrative Assistant, Megan Salladino. During Add/Drop, students can enroll in the least enrolled section that fits their academic schedule, up to the cap of 30 students per section.
All Educational Studies courses are currently still open for spring 2020 enrollment.
Latin American and Latino Studies:
Literature - see Modern Languages and Literatures
JPNS02 Japanese Film and Anime is open via add/drop. The course is cross-listed as LITR024J and FMST 057. 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 ().
Physical Education courses are offered on a first come first served basis and enrollment is capped depending on the course. Check the course schedule for class limits. The R.A.D. Self Defense Course for PE credit must be taken before a student's senior year, however, students can participate in the R.A.D. Self Defense Course for general knowledge during their senior year. For more information about the Physical Education program, visit this link https://
Physics and Astronomy:
RELG 102. Magic: Theory and Practice
New Course: SOCI 002G FYS: Fashion and Craft: Race, Class, and Gender in Cloth: This course will consider the role of clothing and craft in establishing, reinforcing and resisting cultural and social hierarchies based on race, class, gender, sexuality, and religion. We will also discuss how clothing and craft are used to construct and assert identities and sustain community. Topics include: clothing & identity, hand making, consumption, the fashion & textile industry, and cultural appropriation.
Sociology and Anthropology:
Statistics - see Mathematics and Statistics